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And Then We Were Five

All was quiet in early September 2010. The 30-year-old me, who had recently discovered her first grey hairs in the mirror, flipped through the last pages in a book on insecurity. We were four years into our wait, and I was thinking about my biggest fear right then. Missing the window. Waiting too long.Being an...

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How to Start a Quiet Time with Just 15 Minutes a Day

So, funny story. I went to bed last night entirely exhausted. I was nearly asleep when I remembered I hadn’t set my morning alarm. I had been planning all day to get up early – I needed some quiet to myself to read and get some coffee in me before the little ones woke up...

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The Last Eleven Months: 05

I had been circling Psalm 130’s waiting words for three days. Returning to them. Re-reading them. Digging into them. Unable to shake them. And the next morning, I revisited them once again, this time turning to Charles Spurgeon’s collection of explanatory notes from various pastors, teachers, scholars, and theologians on the chapter. And once again, I found solace in the words.

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Mercy Like Morning eBook Sale!

You guys!! If you haven’t ready Mercy Like Morning yet, now is the time! The ebook is on sale for $2.99!! It’s normally $9.99, so snag your copy from your favorite ebook retailer and add it to your summer reading list, stat!

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The Last Eleven Months: 04

Two days later, I was anxious. It was Monday morning. My quiet time routine had me reading in Nehemiah, but it didn’t feel right. I re-read Psalm 130:5-6, out loud in the morning silence. This is where I’m supposed to camp again this morning, I wrote. And then I turned to Charles Spurgeon and his timeless commentary for insight.

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And Then We Were Five

All was quiet in early September 2010. The 30-year-old me, who had recently discovered her first grey hairs in the mirror, flipped through the last pages in a book on insecurity. We were four years into our wait, and I was thinking about my biggest fear right then. Missing the window. Waiting too long.Being an...

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How to Start a Quiet Time with Just 15 Minutes a Day

So, funny story. I went to bed last night entirely exhausted. I was nearly asleep when I remembered I hadn’t set my morning alarm. I had been planning all day to get up early – I needed some quiet to myself to read and get some coffee in me before the little ones woke up...

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The Last Eleven Months: 05

I had been circling Psalm 130’s waiting words for three days. Returning to them. Re-reading them. Digging into them. Unable to shake them. And the next morning, I revisited them once again, this time turning to Charles Spurgeon’s collection of explanatory notes from various pastors, teachers, scholars, and theologians on the chapter. And once again, I found solace in the words.

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Mercy Like Morning eBook Sale!

You guys!! If you haven’t ready Mercy Like Morning yet, now is the time! The ebook is on sale for $2.99!! It’s normally $9.99, so snag your copy from your favorite ebook retailer and add it to your summer reading list, stat!

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The Last Eleven Months: 04

Two days later, I was anxious. It was Monday morning. My quiet time routine had me reading in Nehemiah, but it didn’t feel right. I re-read Psalm 130:5-6, out loud in the morning silence. This is where I’m supposed to camp again this morning, I wrote. And then I turned to Charles Spurgeon and his timeless commentary for insight.

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