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Like Lice & a Fine-Tooth Comb, Let’s Pull Out Condemnation from the Hairs of (True) Conviction

{By Tammy Hendricksmeyer}   “The meaning of our lives is not dependent on what we make of it but of what he (God) is making of us.” Emily P. Freeman, A Million Little Ways–Uncover the Art You Were Made to Live   After years of running away from myself, of trying to be this or that […]

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When You’re Praying for a Harvest in a World that Rages

{By Amy Breitmann}   We stood in a circle in the office. During our morning devotions, my coworker there in Iowa prayed for the harvest. Everyone had been watching the skies and she had known the rhythms of the Midwest land all of her years. She prayed for the weather and for the farmhands, and for […]

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