Dayenu: It Would Have Been Enough

It is the method to my step and the life to my spirit and it is not that God is good, but that God is still good. In 2000, when my brother was killed in an accident, one of our […]

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God Doesn’t Have Blurred Lines

Last year, a song about blurred lines hit the top of the pop and R&B charts selling 6-​​​​million in 29 weeks. It has a catchy tune, so people would play it in the backgrounds of their lives and hum its tune. The song […]

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Exclusive Free Book by Kay Arthur, June Hunt, and Others!

Last Summer Faithlife brought together some of the most influential women in ministry for a summit in Dallas, Texas. It was a blessed time of sharing testimonies, connecting with other ministry leaders, and learning from on another. While we couldn't reach every single […]

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Loving Myself Isn’t Selfish

I am by most standards a very frequent flyer. In the last several years I have logged over a half of million sky miles. I’ve become so accustomed to the long distant flights, that any flight ten hours or less seems like a quick […]

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Why Is the Heart of Worship So Important?

Recently I read an article about a husky dog named Miley who was living — or perhaps I should say barely surviving — in a trash dump somewhere near Los Angeles. When a rescue worker found her, she could barely lift her head, her body riddled with infections and disease. […]

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An 11-Year-Old’s Honest Letter to Sports Illustrated

In my free time I run a blog with my mom called Nitty Gritty Love. My brother was recently out for the day with my dad, and came home upset after seeing the most recent Sports Illustrated cover. My mom and I told […]

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