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20 Jan

Returning and Rest | Kelsey Dunn

Okay confession, last year was the first time I had ever heard the phrase new year, new you…and I definitely embraced it with lofty plans for 2016.   Day one, great. Day two, a moldy...

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24 May

Rain, Rats, & Rescue | Meg Robbins

Living in the city has a way of bringing out the best and worst in me. One minute, I am joyful, super-navigator mom successfully schlepping 2 kids, a stroller, my Mary Poppins bag of snacks,...

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17 May

Have You Ever Felt Not Enough? | Carrie Louer

   Have you ever felt. . .”not enough”?*  I have!  Since I’ve come to New York, and as I have compared myself to the competent and beautiful people I have met here (YOU), I have...

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29 Mar

Celebrating Easter Every Day | Eric Gravelle

I'm writing this blog post on the morning of Easter.  King Jesus has risen and I feel my affections being moved for a God whose love is unmatched.  My son Andrew is almost 3 months...

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02 Mar

The Benefits of Black Mold | Kelsey Dunn

I’m currently gazing downtown from my bedroom window, and let me tell you, it feels like a minor miracle. I eagerly embraced the new year with hopeful expectations, but then came January 2nd with four broken...

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24 Feb

Clearing the Junk from Our Hearts | Julie Naanes

Have you ever looked in the mirror and been startled? You think, “Whoa, where did those dark circles come from?” “When did my eyebrows get stuck in that scrunched up frown?” “Holy smokes, I’m pale…when did that...

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01 Jun

Why Christ Is Our Bridegroom | Lauren Schroeder

I’ve always been a take-me-or-leave-me kind of girl. I wouldn’t change for a man and I defied any man who would try and make me change. But over the last few weeks, I finally felt...