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You Are Chosen!

Did you miss the first post in the True Identity series? Read it now. A new college freshman at a huge university, I feared . . . loneliness. My solution: join a sorority and — ta-da — instant friends. But I had to go through rush, that dreaded week of scrutiny by the sororities. Will […]

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God’s Real FREEDOM for You!

God’s real freedom for you: Jesus, your hope. . . your life. . . your love. . . your all. For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another,” Galations 5:13, ESV As you celebrate freedom this Fourth of July, with fireworks […]

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Overcome Difficult Emotions? 1.0

Do you want to overcome difficult emotions? Who doesn’t?! Your difficult emotions – and your happy-joy-love-hope ones too – communicate important information to you. This is wonderful: As you grasp their meanings, you can begin to overcome difficult emotions. Emotions Say Something Important Emotions result from your thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes. Try to hear the […]

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Your Heavenly Father Loves You. . .

  . . .even when your dad hurts you. May I introduce you to Karen Rabbitt? She wrote Trading Fathers: Forgiving Dad, Embracing God, a memoir of her journey from brokenness to wholeness. It reveals the sexual abuse she experienced at four years old at the hand of her father. The abuse, the mixed messages, […]

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You Are God’s Precious Daughter

You are God’s precious daughter, sweet sister in Christ. This may be difficult to believe, to embrace. It was for me. When I was little, I didn’t know what to make of my dad. Quiet, sullen, a rare smile. Yet he taught me how to play chess and instilled in me a love of football. He did […]

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