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Hopeful Reminders in the Midst of My Struggles

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It’s easy to wonder where God is in the midst of challenging circumstances. But He has not abandoned us. God did not promise that everything would be easy in life, but He reminds us that when we are faced with difficulty, we can seek His face. He shows up, even in hard times.

Handling Transitions

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It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when our transitions threaten the peace that Jesus has freely given us. Here are some helpful tips to help you navigate life’s hurdles and to meet with God in the midst of them.

Inspiring Words that Point Us to Jesus

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Title: Inspiring Words that Point Us to Jesus Artwork by: @ofsoulandmelody Description: Getting…

Meeting God in Little Moments

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About two years ago, I found myself often anxious, sad, and worried about many things. I prayed and asked God to draw me closer to Him, so that I could find peace and joy in my heart again. As I began to recognize His presence with me, my perspective shifted.

We go together like...

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Title: We Go Together Like... Artwork by: YMI X Sarah (@avocag0h) Description: Strong…

How To Keep Long-distance Friendships Going

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Title: How To Keep Long-distance Friendships Going Artwork…

When A Perfect Foundation Is Cracked

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God is our Master Architect and Builder. He created the foundations of the earth from the very beginning. The blueprints He has drawn for His people, from creation to salvation, are laid out in minute detail.

“Dear sons…”, a young father’s advice to his children

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“Dear sons” is made up of a series of advice a young father, Martin, wants to instill in the lives of his children, Moshe (8) and Elliott (5). Fatherhood, Martin has learned, can be challenging, and often reveals our inadequacies. But it also provides us—and not just our children—an opportunity to learn and grow.

What Helped Me When I Was in a Dark Place

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I was trying to understand things on my own. My mom had passed away the year before, and my long-term relationship with my daughter’s father was not working out. . . I was feeling a lot of hurt and knew something needed to change.