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God Isn't Done With Your Story Yet

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Growing up, I lived in great fear of my abusive father. I was neglected, beaten, and abused. His treatment convinced me that I was unwanted—a burden hardly worth being tolerated.

A Letter to the Friend Who Feels Like Giving Up on God

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Dear friend, I was devastated when you told me that you’ve decided to “give up” on God. But in some ways, your decision didn’t come as a complete surprise to me.

Your Future Is Not Determined By Your Circumstances

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Many people believe that in order to achieve success, one needs a head start in life–you need to be ahead right at the starting line. What this means is that your chance of “success” is determined by your family background. If you come from a privileged background, you have a higher chance of success in life.

God Uses Our Brokenness For His Glory

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I was rummaging through a collection of papers and knick-knacks on my bedside dresser when I noticed a card from my sister.

Beauty From Ashes

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Title: Beauty From Ashes Materials: Hand-lettering and photography Artwork…

Letters to the Broken

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Title: Letters to the Broken Materials: Hand-lettering and…

The Beauty of Broken

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Most of us don’t want to talk about the not-so-pretty stuff of life. We’d rather focus on loveliness. Hued sunsets. Bursting flowers. Downy ducklings and fluffy lambs.

Broken and Shaken, but Far from Forsaken

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I grew up in Chile; life was good then. My father had an important position in a large company and my mother worked as an army nurse. We led a carefree existence in a neighborhood away from civilization.