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How Interruptible are You? By Darcie Fuqua

How Interruptible are You? By Darcie Fuqua

We could all be better at interrupting our schedules or putting down the phone to take notice of someone, especially in our homes. Many adults and children aren’t good at asking for our attention like a spoiled house dog. And at a certain point, after many failed attempts, the ones trying to get someone to notice them give up. 

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52 Little Things That Make A Big Difference

52 Little Things That Make A Big Difference

Do you want to live a life of significance? It’s simpler than you think. It’s easy to confuse bigger with better and visible with valuable. But what if small, often unseen things, such as a simple gift, a simple note, or a simple prayer, can impact eternity in ways beyond what you can imagine? Believe it or not, by doing small things with great love, we can eternally impact God’s Kingdom for his glory. What could be more significant?

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How To Carry Christ Into Every Room You Enter

How To Carry Christ Into Every Room You Enter

In the interest of keeping an orderly home, when I was growing up, my parents taught me to tidy throughout the day. Because there was always something in any given room that needed to be taken back to its original location, we would pick up things as we moved from one room to the next, transferring them to their rightful place.

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More Than A Sliver of Hope

Though we often don’t understand God’s timing, He always has a plan to work for our good and His glory. Consider the story of Lazarus and his sisters, Mary and Martha.

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Finding Belonging When You Feel Like A Misfit

“What would you say to the woman who feels like a misfit?” the woman interviewing me asked. As I considered the question, all the situations in which I’ve felt like an outcast or outsider flitted through my mind: as a young girl on the playground, as an awkward teen at the dance, as a college student in a new dorm, as a graduate entering the workforce, as a first-time mom secluded with a newborn, as a visitor to a new church, as a woman with convictions that differed from those of my peers, as a beginner in a career of seasoned veterans…

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