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Because hunger always leads to exhaustion

I left off my last post with a single Spirit-whispered word that came right when I wanted to quit: Don’t. As I leaned into that word in the days that followed, God carried on the conversation, finishing His sentence by pointing me to part of one of Paul’s in Galatians 6:9: “Don’t lose heart.” I’m...

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A Subtle Push When All You Want to Do is Quit

Listen, I know I’m doing things a little bit differently – that there are established rules and boundaries for studying Scripture. Those things are put into place to protect you, the integrity of your study, and the soundness of your conclusions. But I think that we sometimes rush through to the safe answer, the provided-for-you...

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Why now?

The alarm went off at 4:45 this morning. My days are beginning earlier as my little ones wake earlier – it’s the only time that I can find to myself with dwindling afternoon nap times. I can’t believe it’s been nearly six years since those waiting days ended, back when I had all the time...

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Wind your Watch

It’s been eight days now since the clock on the Quiet Time Binder ran out, and I’ve been holed up in my shell ever since. I’m not one to social media hustle. And I’m also not one to step out and do something I’m not convinced will succeed. So the last 30 days took a...

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An Unexpected End

I was hoping that this would be a big, celebratory confetti photo with a caption shouting from the rooftops that we had done it, the project was funded. But it’s not. We didn’t make the goal. Josh and I sat for a few hours last night crunching the numbers, trying to justify an investment to...

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Because hunger always leads to exhaustion

I left off my last post with a single Spirit-whispered word that came right when I wanted to quit: Don’t. As I leaned into that word in the days that followed, God carried on the conversation, finishing His sentence by pointing me to part of one of Paul’s in Galatians 6:9: “Don’t lose heart.” I’m...

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A Subtle Push When All You Want to Do is Quit

Listen, I know I’m doing things a little bit differently – that there are established rules and boundaries for studying Scripture. Those things are put into place to protect you, the integrity of your study, and the soundness of your conclusions. But I think that we sometimes rush through to the safe answer, the provided-for-you...

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Why now?

The alarm went off at 4:45 this morning. My days are beginning earlier as my little ones wake earlier – it’s the only time that I can find to myself with dwindling afternoon nap times. I can’t believe it’s been nearly six years since those waiting days ended, back when I had all the time...

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Wind your Watch

It’s been eight days now since the clock on the Quiet Time Binder ran out, and I’ve been holed up in my shell ever since. I’m not one to social media hustle. And I’m also not one to step out and do something I’m not convinced will succeed. So the last 30 days took a...

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An Unexpected End

I was hoping that this would be a big, celebratory confetti photo with a caption shouting from the rooftops that we had done it, the project was funded. But it’s not. We didn’t make the goal. Josh and I sat for a few hours last night crunching the numbers, trying to justify an investment to...

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