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How to Talk with Your Friend or Daughter about Suicide

10

Aug 2018

How to Talk with Your Friend or Daughter about Suicide

If you joined me for Part 1, you heard some of my story while also learning that our brains can heal despite any traumas we’ve suffered. I love that hope is real and healing is possible. Today I’m giving you specific ways to lead someone you love through the maze of suicidal distress with tools to guide your conversations and next steps. Big hugs, Dr....

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Spring Essentials

09

Apr 2017

Spring Essentials

Featured Image by Jones Design Company By Angelina Rozhko I love Spring! Everything is budding, blooming, or in full bloom, letting out a fragrant aroma of the earth coming to life after a cold Winter. With the wintery frost melting away, the sun shining a little brighter and the temperatures rising, Spring is the perfect time to get out and make new memories! Here are...

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Your invitation from Calvary Chapel Beaumont to RightNow Media

01

Feb 2017

Your invitation from Calvary Chapel Beaumont to RightNow Media

Wonderfully Made would like to pass on the message and gift from Calvary Chapel Beaumont! You are receiving free access to a huge, streaming, online, access-on-any-device library of over 10,000 video Bible studies, leadership videos and kids shows. To sum it up — it’s like the Netflix of Bible study videos. You will have FREE access to thousands of video resources to help you with...

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What Christmas Means to Me

24

Dec 2016

What Christmas Means to Me

By: Rachel Brown Merry Christmas, faithful readers! From all of us at Wonderfully Made, thank you for your support this year. We are so grateful for your readership, your comments, and, ultimately, for the special online community you’ve created here in this space. As we reflect upon 2016, we took time to consider what Christmas means to us. All of us here at Wonderfully Made...

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Short Poem, Timeless Celebration

12

Dec 2016

Short Poem, Timeless Celebration

By: Juliandra Durkin   What a wonder, what a sight The Son of God was born tonight And to a woman so young and poor Her name, sweet Mary, Remembered forevermore.   Chosen before time to carry a King He who came so selflessly A life that started in a barn Animals and shepherds Witnessed the Savior’s first sounds.   Who would have known, Who...

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Inspired Shopping

07

Dec 2016

Inspired Shopping

By: Juliandra Durkin Looking for a cute gift for your mom, sister, girlfriend, or really anyone special in your life? What if you could give a gift and know that where you buy it from is ethical and gives back to the world around us? Wonderfully Made has pulled together a list of places that you can buy from that really capture the art of...

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Be Brave, Little One

18

Nov 2016

Be Brave, Little One

By: Erin Weidemann Whether you’re a mom or not, you know this struggle: the struggle of “Am I Beautiful?” and “Am I Enough?” Chances are you that during your early years you spent a little time crying alone in your room, wondering whether or not you mattered. It’s not much different for today’s girls. In fact, it’s much, much worse. Girls are at war: with...

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Flying Beyond the Hardship

14

Nov 2016

Flying Beyond the Hardship

By: Tekoa Manning Gratitude. Thankfulness. Usually, neither of those exist without first experiencing heartache, loss, and hard times. You have to go through one, to embrace the other in a manner worthy of noticing. Sometimes we miss the gratitude and turn bitter like lemons. This is the month of thankfulness. We try and become more aware of the simple things like our eyes opening in...

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Fall Fun!

02

Nov 2016

Fall Fun!

By: Rachel Brown There are things to adore about every season, especially autumn. We have been reveling in pumpkin spice treats, Sunday night football, and, even though the weather isn’t cooperating in most of the country quite yet, dreams of scarves and sweaters and boots. There are so many fun things to do this fall, but in the midst of our busy schedules and mile-high...

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Changed by an Unchanging God

04

Oct 2016

Changed by an Unchanging God

By: Bri Deutsch It’s 2 a.m. The silence of night allows my tormenting thoughts to appear more daunting than they would in the vibrancy of day. Thoughts about a future that looks murky – a future no longer filled with the people I once knew to be my confident, where my “home” of three years would soon be in the distant past and a future...

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07

Sep 2016

For the Love of Shoes

This piece is written by Tekoa Manning and edited for Wonderfully Made. Ladies, if you’re like us, you loveeee shoe shopping!! Maybe you have a closet full of high heels, tennis shoes for the gym, sandals for hot days, flats for work, and boots for the cool fall months… May this piece about shoes and Jesus speak to your heart! Love, Wonderfully Made. By: Tekoa...

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23

Aug 2016

{NEW PODCAST EPISODES} Arielle Estoria and Lauren Cone

{EPISODE 3} Arielle Estoria: The Life of a Creative Allie Marie Smith interviews Arielle Estoria, a spoken word artist, blogger and motivational speaker. Arielle is diligent in instilling “worthy” back into an insecure generation. They talk about turning your daydream into a day job, what it means to live a life of manna, and Arielle’s advice for those who aren’t yet sure what their passion or calling...

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Introducing our New Podcast!

10

Aug 2016

Introducing our New Podcast!

We have been hard at work on this exciting passion project these last several months and are thrilled to finally be able to share the first two episodes of our brand new podcast! Self-titled “Wonderfully Made,” our podcast is co-hosted by Allie Marie Smith, Wonderfully Made’s Founder and Rachel Brown, one of our blog contributors. Our podcast features authentic conversations with world-changing women. Join us as...

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To Save or Spend

28

Jun 2016

To Save or Spend

By Christie Pierce To save or to spend? We’re faced with that question in a hundred different ways each day. I used to be an obsessive spender. At twenty-four years old, my grandparents gave me ten thousand dollars. I went out and bought Gucci shoes and silk dresses and I don’t even remember what else. The money was gone within weeks. I had a zero...

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15

Jun 2016

Father’s Day Gift Guide

By: Rachel Brown Father’s Day is right around the corner, so we’ve rounded up a list of last-minute treats that dads and father figures everywhere will enjoy. Take a peek at this list and let us know if you have any fun ideas to add! Something Edible Tasty treats make some of the very best gifts, and nowadays there’s such an amazing online presence marketed...

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26

May 2016

Now Hiring: Social Media Manager

Hi Creatives! We have exciting news for you! We’re hiring a Social Media Intern to join our team! If you or someone you know are interested, read carefully below to find out more about the position and how to apply. ABOUT THE POSITION This position pays $75 a month and/or college credit to start (with some growth potential) and requires 20+ Instagram posts a month...

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11

Mar 2016

Tips For Effective Time Management

By: Rachel Brown In this fast-paced day and age we live in, it’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. But instead of succumbing to the “busy” trap, we can create effective ways to manage our time, applying them to all areas of our lives: work, relationships, health, everyday tasks, and passion projects. Here are some time management tips (most revolving...

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15

Dec 2015

Fall On Your Knees

By: Kathryn Messer As this season of Advent has begun, may our hearts turn towards the bustling town of Bethlehem and the sound of cattle and other barnyard animals as a young, engaged woman prepared to give birth, in a humble stable, to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords; Jesus the Christ child. Many of us have heard this story year after year,...

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08

Dec 2015

I Forgot Who was Lying in the Manger

By: Alyssa Spang It was my own thoughtlessness that caused me to end up in the ditch. The air was humid and I had been biking on mushy gravel for at least thirty miles. So I let my mind drift away, and I didn’t notice the hazardous ditch on the trail. My legs landed awkwardly in the ditch and my bike landed painfully on my...

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