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Book Review: Passions of the Heart

It can be easy to assume that the struggle with purity, lust, and sexual sin is primarily a man’s problem. I can assure you, it’s not. The struggle with sin (any kind of sin), and the temptation to follow our heart is common to all mankind – men and women. In his newest book, Passions of the Heart: Biblical Counsel …

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Summer Challenge: Praying for my Children

I am so excited about my project for this summer! Praying for our children kind of goes without saying when you’re a mom (or a dad). But, often I feel like I am just “winging it,” with the same old requests for health, safety, and salvation each day. (And, of course, for patience for myself throughout the day!) I want …

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Summer Challenge: The Details

So…How does this work? Well, that’s a good question. There really aren’t any hard and fast rules. Well, okay. I guess there are 2. Only 2! First, pick just one thing. If you’re like me, you probably thought of about 10 different areas that you would like to work on. That’s great. Keep a list. Challenge yourself again in the …

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Summer Challenge Facebook Group

Several years ago, a friend and I decided that, as young moms, with busy husbands, and ministry commitments, we wanted to make sure that our time with the Lord wasn’t getting overlooked in the chaos that was our everyday lives. We both realized that, for us, this was going to mean getting up early. Neither of us were really what …

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A Summer Challenge

Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial start of summer. Even if we technically still have a few weeks before summer starts, it already feels like summer here, with temperatures (and humidity!) reaching well into the 90’s. As the weather warms up, school lets out (yes, even for homeschoolers!), ministries, and other activities often slow down, or take a break. …

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