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Relationships

A Woman’s Heart

By Megan Maire | Guest Blogger Ladies, I know I am not the only one who has felt alone and misunderstood. Society tells us to be strong, not to show weakness, to suffocate our femininity, not to feel, that anything other than confidence is unacceptable, that we need to strive for phys
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Healing lessons of the heart

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Lately I’ve been learning a lot of lessons. But they’ve been a little different from the ones I normally learn. I’m learning that a single decision can change absolutely everything, your attitude, your focus and you heart. Sometimes decisions that we see a
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To the Girl Without a father

By Maura Preszler | Founder of Made in His Image The most pandemic wound in our world is fatherlessness. Every little girl yearns to be pursued by her father. She desires to be wanted. She asks the questions, Do you delight in me? Am I worth fighting for? Do you want me? Do you see me
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Waiting is Hard

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Today in class you talked to us about waiting. Sometimes I think that maybe you don’t think anyone listens to your stories while we ride. But I do. You’re actually my favorite instructor. I think you’re goofy and funny and when you get down to it, you’re h
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To The Girl Without a Date

By Arden Whitehurst | Guest Blogger You are seen. You may feel invisible. You may feel at times that you don’t exist. You may wonder if you have an invisibility cloak that hides you from the view of all guys. But, you are seen. You may not have guys clamoring for your attention,
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The Beautiful Ache

By Tori Vissat | Guest Blogger The desires seem to be sitting on my shoulder for all to see. They are exposed, sometimes painful and sometimes beautiful. But I know that they are always on some level, very beautiful…because God is the author of them. For the longest time, I hardened m
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My Father Is…

By Tori Vissat | Guest Writer  Photo credit | Donna Irene Photography My Father never rushes, He is patient and waits for when I am ready He is soft and gentle, never harsh or condemning He sees me from afar, whispers in my heart His words of love He draws near when I want to run He k
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Life Is Not Fair

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Photo Credit | Donna Irene Photography In life I think we experience about a thousand things that aren’t fair. People subtract themselves from our lives without warning. People hurt us without justification. People overlook our uniqueness and treat us like
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This Is What Really Holds You Back in Dating

By Therese Aaker | Guest Blogger Photo Credit | Jenny Haas Photography My last post about dating addressed one huge obstacle when it comes to dating as Christians: the extremes. But there’s another glaring obstacle when it comes to dating in a healthy way: fear. More specifically, fea
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Adopting a Survivor’s Heart

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Photo Credit | Donna Irene Photography I fell in love after the relationship I never thought I’d bounce back from. And you know what? It’s still a struggle sometimes. It’s still a struggle when the man I want to spend the rest of my life with unknowingly s
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