3 Favorite Life Hacks For My Faith

3 Favorite Life Hacks For My Faith

Ok, I already know what you’re thinking after reading the title: “How do life hacks apply to faith; aren’t life hacks and faith opposite to one another?” I completely agree that our pursuit of God can take the hard work of perseverance, digging deeper in the Word, and spending uninterrupted time alone with God. But I also think there are many resources for our faith that we should take advantage of, and that’s what this post is all about.

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Crash The Chatterbox Series Part 4: Discouragement

Crash The Chatterbox Series Part 4: Discouragement

It doesn’t take much for us to get discouraged these days. Simply watching the nightly news, looking at our bank account, or scrolling through social media can cause the voice of discouragement to sweep over us. Discouragement is a natural inertia of this life and for us to live out the will of God for our lives we must be willing to do what it takes to defy this inevitable force and stay on track. I recently faced a discouraging situation with a girlfriend of mine.

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When Not To Take The Easy Way Out

When Not To Take The Easy Way Out

Resigned to the easy way out, we realized there is a trapdoor in the back of the piñata. With a slight air of defeat, the kids finally resort to pulling the strings to the trapdoor and sure enough loot flies everywhere. Victory! Forget all the hard work it takes to break the piñata open, just pull these little strings and out flies happiness piece by piece. As fun as it might be to pull the trapdoor of a pinata, so many of us wish we served a “trapdoor” God.

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Crash The Chatterbox Part 3: Condemnation

Crash The Chatterbox Part 3: Condemnation

If we’re honest, we've all struggled with feelings of shame that we can’t seem to shake or a seemingly insurmountable mountain of condemnation staring at us when we look into the mirror. Have you noticed that when you feel this way, the language of condemnation is entangled with regret over what we should’ve, could’ve, and would’ve done instead? When the chatterbox of condemnation starts playing it usually plays the same regrets on repeat for us to mull over and when we’ve listened to it long enough we begin to internalize the message. This means that shame and condemnation are no longer associated with what we’ve done, but they become who we are.

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The Bedrock Of Restoration: A Collaborative Insight Of Four Women Living Restored Lives

The Bedrock Of Restoration: A Collaborative Insight Of Four Women Living Restored Lives

What fun it is to work with other people to further a vision or a dream! This conversation is between four women, from different backgrounds, life experiences, and walks of life all working together to further the work of God in their respective lives. Although our answers are short in space, they are rich in God's grace! I hope you enjoy reading the insights of four women living restored lives.

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Crash The Chatterbox Series Part 2: Fear

Crash The Chatterbox Series Part 2: Fear

Steven Furtick compares fear to a big bully who wants to steal our peace, joy, and calling like would our lunch money at school (great analogy huh!) and we must be willing to confront this bully with the truth of God’s Word and who He is in our lives. Just as fear stands as a big bully, God towers mightily over it to put fear in its place.

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My 5 Favorite Christian Podcasts Right Now

My 5 Favorite Christian Podcasts Right Now

Between running errands, taking the kids to school and whatever practice, and driving to appointments I am officially in the car more than I am relaxing on my couch. I quickly got almost three hours a day to make the most of. I’m sharing 5 of my favorite (current) Christian podcasts in hopes to inspire you to check one out or try something different to make the most of the “filler-time” in your day.

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Vision-Carriers. Armor-Bearers. Mighty Women Of God!

Vision-Carriers. Armor-Bearers. Mighty Women Of God!

WOMANHOOD. The very word invokes various emotions, ideologies, and definitions. With Mother’s Day around the corner the general celebration of women is under fire in some circles. The idea of womanhood and women’s roles has been controversial since the beginning of time. Perhaps the enemy spends so much time confusing a woman’s God-given purpose to prevent her from walking in her God-given power.

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