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Season of Romance

15

Feb 2017

Season of Romance

Hey Ladies! Check out this post by Asia Major-Waithe who was willing to share her story about God drawing her into Him in a deeper way as her Bridegroom and Husband. Valentine’s Day might be over, but our relationship with God can continually grow deep, even as single ladies! By: Asia Major-Waithe It can definitely be difficult to be single these days… sometimes it feels...

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When You Invite God Into Your Breakup

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Jul 2016

When You Invite God Into Your Breakup

By: Danielle Kingsley I recently dated a great guy for a few months. He had all the key qualities and character traits I’ve ever wanted in a godly man, and on top of that, he was all kinds of handsome. On paper, we were perfect for each other. We had so much in common, we made each other laugh, we served together, and we challenged...

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07

Apr 2016

It’s Better to Give Than to Receive

By: Juliandra Durkin “She wants me to use my gas money, to drive the opposite direction, to pick her up then drive back to the park two blocks from me, just because she doesn’t feel like driving tonight?!” I stared at my phone aghast at my friend’s request for a ride to the park where we decided to go walking that evening. Stomping to the...

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14

Feb 2016

Dear Daughter

By: Juliandra Durkin Dear Daughter, Sit with me while I tell you a story. Can you do that? This story begins long before you were born. Long before your brothers and sisters, friends, and even your parents were born. It begins at the dawn of time, when I created time… Before there was anything, I AM, and it was then that I thought of you....

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04

Feb 2016

The King’s Table

By: Tekoa Manning Saul’s grandson, the son of Jonathan, named Mephibosheth was crippled as a child. When he was five years old, a report came that Saul and Jonathan had been killed in battle and when the boy’s nurse heard the news, she picked him up and fled. But as she hurried away, the nurse dropped Mephibosheth, and he became crippled (2 Samuel 4). Oh,...

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13

Dec 2015

12 Days of Christmas

By: Juliandra Durkin It’s Advent Season! Do any of you know what advent means? The definition of advent is “the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.” Advent is a time to celebrate, reflect, and anticipate the birth of Jesus. There was no grand arrival for the Baby born in a barn, as his parents weren’t able to find a room to stay in...

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09

Nov 2015

He is Perfect Love

When the day bird sings and the trees clap their hands When the ocean foams along the shore When the sun kisses your face and the breeze ripples your hair When you can’t feel a thing because perfect love cast out fear. And perfect love is obsolete For you went looking for it on the street In people, places, and muddy waters So fear is...

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14

Sep 2015

Selflessness

By: Tekoa Manning I inquired about a friend’s daughter not too long ago and the response was, “She is planning to go to such and such college and she’s going to major in __. The answer was not really about her well-being, but about her future career. We don’t hear too many young women say anymore that they want to be mothers and the ones...

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08

Sep 2015

Date a Man Who Pursues Your Heart

By: Mandy Dobbelmann When I was a young girl I loved to dream, especially when it came to love and the nameless man who one day would capture my heart. I’d sit on the swing on my back porch on warm northern Minnesota summer evenings, listening to the crickets and staring at the blanket of stars above me. In that moment, I was fully convinced...

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18

Sep 2012

Truth on a Random Tuesday

by Stephanie May I want my life to be about telling the truth. At the end of my life, I want to look back and know that I’ve lived a good story. Actually… at the end of this week I want to look back and know that I’ve lived a good story. It’s important. Our everydays are important. The decisions we make on a random...

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15

Sep 2012

Wonderful Words / 3

“What I’ve noticed, though, is that almost every time I type in the word love, it gets changed to the word live. It’s a kind of reminder to me of one of the things I learned…about following Jesus. I learned that fully loving and fully living are not only synonymous but the kind of life that Jesus invited us to be a part of. And because of...

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10

May 2012

Reading Old Journals: Remembering God’s Love

by Mindy Hill [photo credit] Throughout my life I have kept journals or diaries of my most private and personal feelings. Journaling has always helped me just calm down when situations get tough and when I need to get things out. Sometimes when my college semester gets overwhelming, I like to take a few moments and reread some of my old entries. I recently decided...

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20

Apr 2012

Sex, Marriage & Fairytales

by Jeff Bethke Marriage today is struggling. Divorces, adultery, misconceptions, etc are plaguing not only the marriage itself but products of those marriages (my generation and the next). My hope in this poem is to highlight the most frequent and problematic issues marriages face today while also pointing to Jesus as the ultimate healer, redeemer, and restorer of every marriage. Whether single or married, my...

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17

Apr 2012

Life or Death

NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Below is a personal testimony from Christie, a beloved Wonderfully Made Executive Team member. It is raw, honest, powerful and true, and intended to provide perspective. To learn more about Christie’s story and the freedom she’s experienced from her past, please watch her HerStory film here. [photo credit] I had two abortions at Planned Parenthood. One when I was 15 and...

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09

Apr 2012

The Relentless Love of God: Hosea Love Story, Part Six

by Natalie Lynn Borton Today we finish out our series surrounding The Hosea Love Story with part six: the relentless love of God. This final video is based on Hosea 14, and described as such (emphasis added): Finally Gomer has returned to Hosea. Sliding the ring back on her finger she has accepted his invitation to come back home and live back in the covenant...

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03

Apr 2012

The Hosea Love Story: Part Two

by Natalie Lynn Borton Part two of The Hosea Love Story is all about God’s tough love toward us. Just as an unfaithful wife tries to run from the covenant she and her husband have, we too run away from the unconditional love and eternal commitment God makes to us, his beloved daughters. As you watch this video, try to reflect on a time when...

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02

Apr 2012

The Hosea Love Story: Part One

by Allie Marie Smith Hi Girls! This week we’re going to be doing something unique here on Know Your Value. We are going to be diving into the Biblical story of Hosea together. Leading up to Easter Sunday, we’ll be showing a six-part short film series which presents us with a modern day adaption of this powerful story. Here’s a little background for you as...

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01

Dec 2011

Advent Conspiracy: The Art of Reclaiming the True Spirit of Christmas

by Allie Marie Smith I’m ashamed to confess that one of things I’m looking forward to the most this Christmas is getting some new Lululemon gear and another pair boots—I gave my mom my wish list and she always comes through for my inner diva. See, I’m twenty-eight and I still think I’m the reason for the season! God-honest, soul-checks are never pretty are they?...

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03

Oct 2011

Five Ways to Love Yourself Today.

by Natalie Lynn Borton Good morning, girls! Hope you all had a restful weekend and are feeling refreshed. Today I want to share with you some wisdom from author and women’s advocate Jess Weiner. According to Jess, “True confidence is earned over time through your thoughts, actions, and experiences.” Below are five ways she recommends for us to love ourselves right now… Forgive. Forgive yourself....

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13

Sep 2011

Christie’s Story

A few months ago we launched our HerStory campaign, a film series intended to share the stories of dozens of girls from a variety of backgrounds who have gone through many different life experiencing such as depression, an eating disorder, poverty, drug and alcohol abuse, loss of a loved one, promiscuity, perfectionism, or abuse. Christie, our Westmont College Regional Chapter Director, was kind enough to...

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