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The Art of the Written Prayer: A Series on Prayer Journaling (Part 1)

Early one evening, in a Tennessee tent, I lay on a sleeping bag with a girlfriend as she prayed out loud. I grew up in a church that practiced the beauty of liturgical prayer – a congregation of words spoken in one voice. But that was all I knew of prayer – the words printed...

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Seedtime and Harvest: The Proof is in the Quiet Time Pudding

The tree in the neighbor’s yard across the street from our house is turning red. I noticed it a week ago – the outside edges starting to shift, the green beginning to fade, a halo of pending-autumn framing the tree-face. It’s funny when I think about it. The framed-out red and the leaves turning color....

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Introducing: a 2020 Devotional Planner for Scripture-Diggers!

You guys. I have a huge announcement. It’s so big that my armpits are a little bit sweaty thinking about releasing this brand new book-babe out into the world. It’s been kept pretty tightly under wraps, not so much because I am a vault when it comes to secret-keeping. More like I am a classic...

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My 5-Step Quiet Time Formula (plus Go-To Resources!)

September is already half-gone, can you believe it?? We’re neck-deep in my series on falling back into a quiet time routine, and this morning I shared with my newsletter subscribers how, exactly, I fell into mine. It’s a topic I also talked about with Mary Marantz, a good friend of mine on Friday afternoon. (Lucky...

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It’s a Girl!

Last weekend, our closest friends filled our home to the gills for a good, old fashioned BBQ, and to be there with us the moment we found out the gender of our third miracle babe. All night, people asked me what I thought it was. I kept to the safe answer, too scared to say...

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The Art of the Written Prayer: A Series on Prayer Journaling (Part 1)

Early one evening, in a Tennessee tent, I lay on a sleeping bag with a girlfriend as she prayed out loud. I grew up in a church that practiced the beauty of liturgical prayer – a congregation of words spoken in one voice. But that was all I knew of prayer – the words printed...

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Seedtime and Harvest: The Proof is in the Quiet Time Pudding

The tree in the neighbor’s yard across the street from our house is turning red. I noticed it a week ago – the outside edges starting to shift, the green beginning to fade, a halo of pending-autumn framing the tree-face. It’s funny when I think about it. The framed-out red and the leaves turning color....

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Introducing: a 2020 Devotional Planner for Scripture-Diggers!

You guys. I have a huge announcement. It’s so big that my armpits are a little bit sweaty thinking about releasing this brand new book-babe out into the world. It’s been kept pretty tightly under wraps, not so much because I am a vault when it comes to secret-keeping. More like I am a classic...

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My 5-Step Quiet Time Formula (plus Go-To Resources!)

September is already half-gone, can you believe it?? We’re neck-deep in my series on falling back into a quiet time routine, and this morning I shared with my newsletter subscribers how, exactly, I fell into mine. It’s a topic I also talked about with Mary Marantz, a good friend of mine on Friday afternoon. (Lucky...

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It’s a Girl!

Last weekend, our closest friends filled our home to the gills for a good, old fashioned BBQ, and to be there with us the moment we found out the gender of our third miracle babe. All night, people asked me what I thought it was. I kept to the safe answer, too scared to say...

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