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I was talking with a friend the other day… about loving well…. And what loving well looks like. Our situations were quite different, yet there were parallels in our journeys of desiring God to teach us what loving well looks like lived out. In each situation we were concerned about a Believer who was making…
An overwhelmed mom took a risk, being vulnerable to show life behind the curtain. It’s a big lesson for anyone wanting deep friendships.
This simple act of curbside kindness has been contagious.
Women yearn for intimate friendships. I’ve seen one obstacle more than any other, stand in the way of beginning the road towards cultivating friendships. That one, single-most blind spot is. . . Self. Focus on Self. Think about it. Have any of these thoughts ruled in your mind? Why don’t people want to be my friend? Why don’t they…
Years ago I read a devotional that had a tremendous impact on my understanding of how to support a friend during a time of mourning. Here is one tip for helping a friend who is grieving.
Ever found parenting to be exhausting and discouraging? Christy Keyton, a mom to eight, including one with Down Syndrome, shares a gift she found of dependency on God.
Mentoring has many unexpected blessings. It’s a two-way street with bends and turns, with laughter and tears and so much beauty along the way.
Can a mentoring relationship turn into a friendship? Here’s a sweet story of how a single lady and a mom of six began a mentoring relationship that soon grew into a “marathon” friendship that has gone the distance.
I was drowning in a sea of changes and overwhelming details when God sent some unexpected help.Three friends to the rescue.
Sometimes talking about How to Do A Quiet Time stirs up guilt. We could all pray more and get up earlier and be more consistent. But it’s really as simple as God wooing us to Him as each new day starts.