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Give Us What You’ve Got by Molly Wilcox 

Give Us What You’ve Got by Molly Wilcox 

As a writer and coach for other creatives, I’m often in conversations focused around art and creativity. One of my favorite books on creativity was written by Steven Pressfield. He wrote, “Creative work is not a selfish act or a bid for attention on the part of the actor. It’s a gift to the world and every being in it. Don’t cheat us of your contribution. Give us what you’ve got.”

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Fruit to Feed: Becoming More than a Decorative Christian by Marian Frizzell

Fruit to Feed: Becoming More than a Decorative Christian by Marian Frizzell

My lemon tree bloomed again this year, tons of tiny white blossoms with minuscule lemons sprouting inside them. Lemons that never grew large enough to be of use to anyone. The flowers were pretty, but I admit I was disappointed. I wanted lemons that I could squeeze into an icy pitcher of lemonade, drizzle onto tabouleh, and serve with baked chicken.

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How Seeing Sets Us Free by Whitney Akin

How Seeing Sets Us Free by Whitney Akin

For as long as I can remember I’ve struggled with self-consciousness. There was a stint, before 3rd grade when I was unashamedly confident, but mean comments, embarrassments, and my own resentment of my shy, introverted personality chipped away at that innocence until I found it easier to hide myself from a world full of standards I couldn’t live up to. My rules for survival were simple: don’t speak up and don’t stand out. 

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The Beloved Woman Rests by Caitlin Mallery

The Beloved Woman Rests by Caitlin Mallery

The modern woman is extremely busy. She is hustling all the time, at work, at home, single or married, mother or not, she has a full plate and even fuller mind. The expectations placed on her by society, family, and the church are herculean. The Christian woman can easily mistake these expectations as the measure of her value. 

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A significant life is more simple than you think.

In these fifty-two devotionals, I explore the truth that every little thing you do can go a long way in God’s hands. Together, we’ll discover how partnering with God unlocks the eternal significance of the smallest act.

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