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Join our contributors on a journey through the wisdom of Scripture most relevant to modern life's daily challenges. Explore the great ideas the bible has for managing life's pace and pressure while living with calm and steadiness.
Two Free Gifts for Thanksgiving!

November 24, 2020

It’s Thanksgiving week, and although COVID-19 has messed with a fair share of travel plans, I would guess that many of us will still be sharing the holiday with loved ones. While this is something that can result in joyful feelings of anticipation, it also leaves some of us worried about how people are going […]

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A Call to Prayer

November 3, 2020

Today is a significant day in our country—one where we are able to exercise the incredible right to vote and influence our society. This particular election finds our country polarized along political lines. Many lament our collective inability to take part in civil discourse, fueled no doubt by the influence of social media. Distance demonizes, […]

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These Last Days

October 27, 2020

Note: This blog post was originally given as a talk at the 2019 WWP Leader’s Gathering. It’s longer than a typical post, so I beg your patience as I ask for more time than usual in the reading. We are also including an audio link to the talk in case you’d rather listen than read. […]

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Belovedness

September 29, 2020

“Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us.” Ephesians 5:1 Before I leave the house, my husband always asks if I have my wallet. I forget it all the time, and he says it’s good to have your ID with you […]

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Seeing Yourself Through the Eyes of God

September 15, 2020

No matter what is going on in our lives, we all want what Jesus offers in Matthew 11:28: “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” But how often do we read those words and think they are beautiful but hard to experience? Does this type of […]

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Kick-Starting Real Change

September 1, 2020

Are you tired of your list of good intentions that never translate to action? How many times have you made a resolution (and really meant it) only to fail within a few short weeks? We’ve all been there. It isn’t that we aren’t aware of the ways we need to improve…but actually making the changes […]

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In the Palm of His Hand

August 18, 2020

“I trust in you, O LORD…My times are in your hands.” (Psalm 31:14-15) These words were written by King David at a time when he was experiencing deep distress. Earlier in Psalm 31 he wrote, “My strength fails because of my misery” (Psalm 31:10). His circumstances were not what he wanted. He was bone-weary. Yet […]

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How to Walk in the Truth in Times of Uncertainty

June 30, 2020

“Nothing gives me greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth,”(3 John 1:4). John the Apostle wrote these words to people he loved and led, and closed the letter by saying, “I had much to write to you, but I would rather not write with pen and ink; I hope […]

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Shaking Foundations, Swinging Doors Open, and Unfastening Chains

May 19, 2020

We had a perfect plan set in place. We were ahead of the game. And we felt really good about it. Our Walking With Purpose parish program was set to wrap up in April. By March 1st, our fall courses had already been chosen, next season’s registration was getting ready to roll, and the details […]

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COVID-19, 2 Corinthians and Sauvignon Blanc

May 5, 2020

My 77-year-old mother is a model of efficiency. When she has news to share with her three children, rarely will she make three phone calls. If you ask my mom, email is sufficient for most communications. She also seems to doubt that group texts actually work. But group email? That’s her game. And the most […]

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