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I’ve been reading a lot of things about pruning lately (and not because I’ve been looking for it). A devotional here, a blog post there, a subtle and underlying repeated pattern of pruning tucked away in my journal. Four weeks ago, it was strawberry plants and picking off the blooms and making the backwards decision...

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The closer this book launch creeps the more I feel a sense of accomplishment and get to really, truly, enjoy this feat. Because, I have to confess: up until this point, it’s been tough to enjoy it. There’s been a lot thrown at us these last few weeks. A LOT. All things that have taken...

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Mercy Like Morning: Kindled Podcast Interview

I had the absolute privilege of sitting down with Haley from Kindled Podcast recently to chat about our story and Mercy Like Morning and a little bit of creative entrepreneur talk thrown in for good measure. Funny story about it, though: this was my first ever podcast interview. I had never done one before, and...

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Mercy Like Morning: Pre-Ordering is Now Available

Confession: I wrote this post and then let it it sit as a draft, untouched and unposted for 2-1/2 weeks. The hurricane ended up fizzling out (at least for our small part of the island chain – you can read that story here). Interestingly enough, we have another hurricane headed our way this week (after all,...

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When We Saw Him Do It Again: The Story of Babe #2

For a while there, after Jordan was born, the bulk of my daily conversations with my closest girlfriends was an interview of sorts centered around one fundamental question: how did you know when your family was complete? There I was, with no-longer-empty arms and a heart full and spilling over with the afterglow of our miracle,...

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from the ‘gram

I’ve been reading a lot of things about pruning lately (and not because I’ve been looking for it). A devotional here, a blog post there, a subtle and underlying repeated pattern of pruning tucked away in my journal. Four weeks ago, it was strawberry plants and picking off the blooms and making the backwards decision...

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The closer this book launch creeps the more I feel a sense of accomplishment and get to really, truly, enjoy this feat. Because, I have to confess: up until this point, it’s been tough to enjoy it. There’s been a lot thrown at us these last few weeks. A LOT. All things that have taken...

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Mercy Like Morning: Kindled Podcast Interview

I had the absolute privilege of sitting down with Haley from Kindled Podcast recently to chat about our story and Mercy Like Morning and a little bit of creative entrepreneur talk thrown in for good measure. Funny story about it, though: this was my first ever podcast interview. I had never done one before, and...

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Mercy Like Morning: Pre-Ordering is Now Available

Confession: I wrote this post and then let it it sit as a draft, untouched and unposted for 2-1/2 weeks. The hurricane ended up fizzling out (at least for our small part of the island chain – you can read that story here). Interestingly enough, we have another hurricane headed our way this week (after all,...

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When We Saw Him Do It Again: The Story of Babe #2

For a while there, after Jordan was born, the bulk of my daily conversations with my closest girlfriends was an interview of sorts centered around one fundamental question: how did you know when your family was complete? There I was, with no-longer-empty arms and a heart full and spilling over with the afterglow of our miracle,...

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