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Nov 2014

Interview with Hillary and Kate

by Allie Marie Smith & Taylor Henderson I sat down (behind the camera) with musical duo and dear friends Hilary and Kate to ask them some fun questions from how they take their coffee to their favorite world-changers. We hope you’ll grab a hot drink, make yourself comfy and enjoy this fun look into their fun and inspiring lives. Be sure to be on the...

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17

Nov 2014

Meet the Musicians 'Hilary and Kate'

by Allie Marie Smith and Taylor Henderson Our friends Hilary and Kate gave us a tour of their cozy Morro Bay mountain side bungalow, check it out! Stay tuned for a video interview of the musicians tomorrow. Check out their music at hilaryandkate.com  ...

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15

Nov 2014

30 Days No Makeup

by Sarah Jaggard Sarah Jaggard and Natalie Collier are co-founders for 30 Days No Makeup: The Brave Ones Face Themselves, a campaign encouraging women to take a month to love their faces and themselves, and give culture back its messages about beauty. Here is a bit about their work and upcoming campaign from Sarah. The Story This challenge was truly prompted by a spiritual unrest,...

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11

Nov 2014

Child Like Faith

By Taylor Henderson If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? We have heard the expression child like faith before, but what about acting childlike when it comes to our appearance. The older we get the more we are tainted by this world and all of the lies around us. What size we should be. How many wrinkles we should have. We were inspired by this...

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04

Nov 2014

Finding Freedom as a New Mom

by Jillian Wright As I write this, I can hear my sweet four-month old daughter breathing gently in her sleep. Her precious little heart beat that once beat inside me being sustained and strengthened by God’s grace and peaceful rest. I love being her mom. What a privilege and honor to raise a daughter.  What a gift, and what a calling. However, in light of...

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28

Oct 2014

For My Busy Bees

by Kendal Craig There is an art these days to being busy. It seems as if the “my schedule is packed” lifestyle has become something that is glorified. Nowadays when I ask people how they are, they say things like “Oh I have been crazy busy,” and “just super busy with work and school.” It is almost a game trying to figure out whose life...

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12

Aug 2014

Don't Edit Your Story

by Christina Stolass I have something to say; it’s been on my heart for a long time. But, before I could say it, I had to live it, really live it.  I am old enough to know that talk with a life that doesn’t follow is only senseless chatter. You and I live in a world of continuous editing; everything is public and likewise everything...

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10

Jun 2014

Introducing Parker Clay

by Allie Marie Smith I’m so excited to introduce my dear friends Brittany and Ian’s new venture to you girls: Parker Clay. Back in 2008 Parker Clay founders, Ian and Brittany Bentley, were moved by number of orphans living in the world. Some statistics place the numbers at 163 million orphans worldwide. While those statistics are alarming, Ian and Brittany looked at these numbers and said,...

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13

May 2014

A Beautiful Reminder

by Mary Bolander Photo Via Caroline Moore Pictures “For You created my inmost being, you knit me together in my mothers womb. I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful. I know that full well.” Psalm 139: 13-14 The last few months, I have been thinking about this concept a lot. That we are all made in God’s image and...

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06

May 2014

Your Breath of Spring Air

by Meaghan Taylor O’Connor Every spring, I find myself taking a giant deep breath. Almost like I’m letting out all of the secret frustration and stress built up over a long, long winter. It’s like my body can finally relax, take a sip of fresh air and physically feel the air fill my lungs. It’s restorative. Brilliant. One of nature’s greatest “coming home” sensations. One of...

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Growing Wonderfully

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Apr 2014

Growing Wonderfully

by Abby Kelly Image Via Elissa Anne Photography Growing up in rural Oklahoma, the ground was always slathered with acorns like thick butter on toasted, summer soil. Not so appetizing, most of them were infested with tiny, gray worms, but nonetheless, they provided hours of entertainment. My sisters and I collected them, drew faces on them, smashed them and, yes, even tasted one or two....

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27

Apr 2014

"Wise Decor" Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Wall Decal Giveaway

Hi Girls,  We have an exciting giveaway for you! WiseDecor Decorative Lettering is a wonderful company that makes beautiful customized wall decals, and they have customized one for Wonderfully Made, similar to the one pictured below! Enter to win an adorable walls decal of Psalm 139:14, and be reminded daily that you are truly fearfully and wonderfully made! Enter to win and check out their...

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16

Apr 2014

Love Letters

Who doesn’t love getting a letter? A true, blue, pen-to-paper letter that goes straight to the heart. Hannah Brencher, founder of “The World Needs More Love Letters” shares about the lack of letter writing and depth of communication in today’s world. And guess what!? She is going to be speaking along with our founder, Allie Marie Smith, at the Yellow Conference this coming August.  We...

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14

Apr 2014

Adventures with Hilary and Kate

by Allie Marie Smith This past weekend I got to road trip with my dear friends and musical duo Hilary and Kate who are also two of our WM Voices or worship leaders for Wonderfully Made. Before we began our road trip up the 101 to make it to our Santa Clara chapter’s Spring Seminar which Hilary and Kate were leading worship for, I picked them...

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10

Apr 2014

What Was, Is and Will Be

by Abby Kelly  Image Via Elissa Anne Photography My parents threw a party last month. It was a special event to show off their grandkids who live out of state and to celebrate the publication of my first book. When they chose the date, no one realized that it would land neatly on top of the same weekend they began moving from the house they’ve...

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19

Mar 2014

Beautifully Flawed Retreat: Friends of Bethany

by Allie Marie Smith Hi Girls,  I just wanted to share with you a little about the work of one of our ministry partners and friends Friends of Bethany. Friends of Bethany is a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing the hope and love of Jesus Christ worldwide by supporting and inspiring people through the life stories of Bethany Hamilton and others. Last year FOB host their...

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17

Mar 2014

Chosen and Appointed

Photo Via Andrea Howey You have been chosen and appointed for a divine purpose.  How will you produce lovely fruit this week? How will you step into your destiny? ...

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14

Mar 2014

Overcoming the Shame and Stronghold of Mental Illness

by Allie Marie Smith I’m excited to announce that I’m now an occasional contributor for To Write Love on Her Arms, a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Today, was my first post titled “Taking Meds: Overcoming the Shame...

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12

Mar 2014

Hope Heals Gospel Project

Calling all artists! Yesterday we spoke of Katherine Wolf, one of the speakers at our upcoming Spring Seminar. Today we are pleased to introduce you to her ministry, Hope Heals. They have an amazing opportunity for all of you creatives out there! They are holding a contest where they are calling for artists to create a visual expression of the gospel in the form of original...

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11

Mar 2014

Spring Seminar at Pepperdine University

by Allie Marie Smith If you happen to live in or near Southern California, we’d love to see you at our upcoming Spring Seminar at Pepperdine University on Saturday, April 5th at Alumni Field from 1 to 4pm. Features inspiring speakers, live worship, sweet treats and refreshments and views of the Pacific Ocean! This year’s speakers include keynote Katherine Wolf, who at 26 experienced a...

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