7 Best Resources for Eating Disorder Recovery
in Allie Marie Smith, body image, Emotional Health, worth

7 Best Resources for Eating Disorder Recovery

23 Jun 2016

By Allie Marie Smith If you’re like me and have struggled with food and body image issues, you realize that it’s a journey. Sometimes we take two steps toward freedom only to take one step back. The important thing is that we don’t lose hope in our recovery and that we press forward toward greater freedom, health and wholeness. Since I have personally taken quite...

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in faith, Guest Bloggers, identity

Facing the Son

23 Jun 2016

By: Kaci Piccillo Wanting to fit in is a woe faced only by junior high schoolers, right? Ha. Certainly, it becomes less pronounced as you come to know and accept who you are as an individual, but the desire to be a part of something bigger than yourself— to belong— is one that persists throughout all of life, expressing itself wherever a community of people...

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in scripture

The Lost Art of Listening

21 Jun 2016

By: Juliandra Durkin My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry. James 1:19 Have you ever had one of those falling dreams that you don’t know if you’re going up or down and you wake up? Or a dream where you’re running away from a bad guy and your feet...

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in beauty, faith

Growing with Purpose

16 Jun 2016

By: Kate Rapier There is this tree right outside of my front window. A wall of trees actually. They are big, lush, green trees. Not evergreens, but in the spring and summer months they are big, vibrant, beauitiful trees. I apologize that I do not know the proper name for these guys, but botany has never been my strong suit. All I know is that...

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Father’s Day Gift Guide

15 Jun 2016

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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Excerpt from “Walter The Homeless Man” by Tekoa Manning

13 Jun 2016

Walter is a man who has suffered great loss and is running from the pain. At night he sleeps under the stars, but during the day he breaks into a young widow’s home for shelter and changes not just her life but every life he touches. Walter is a captivating story about loss, integrity, forgiveness and redemption. This book brings revelation that indeed appearances may...

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in beauty, body image, fashion with compassion, purity, worth

5 Modesty Myths and Cute Summer Styles

08 Jun 2016

By: Danielle Kingsley “I want women to be modest in their appearance. They should wear decent and appropriate clothing and not draw attention to themselves by the way they fix their hair or by wearing gold or pearls or expensive clothing. For women who claim to be devoted to God should make themselves attractive by the good things they do.” I Timothy 2:9-10 (NLT) I...

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in Guest Bloggers, prayer, scripture

Ready to Go

06 Jun 2016

By: Katie Messer While seated at a table within a crowded restaurant in the Middle East, Kaw-Thar quickly adjusted her black hijab around her face to hide a stray hair that had come loose before nervously asking her next and most poignant question, “All this is interesting, but who do you say Jesus Christ is?” Knowing the risk of answering such a question, the young...

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in freedom

He Makes You Fly

02 Jun 2016

By: Juliandra Durkin A Kite. Up there, bight and high. The tails streamlining behind like ribbons in little girls hair flowing when they run. The colors draw the eyes of people from miles around. All are staring up at the beautiful Kite floating gracefully. The Kite dips and twirls as the wind moves it from here to there, like a ballerina dipping and twirling in...

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in Emotional Health, faith, freedom

Learning to Own My Story

27 May 2016

By: Lauren Goderwis “What happened?” Hearing that question sends my stomach through the floor. Every. Single. Time. It yanks me back to the shame and embarrassment, the confusion and darkness, that I walked through not too long ago. It punches me with the pain, the hurt, the hopelessness, and the loneliness I thought I’d never escape. I freeze. “It’s a long story.” Why is it...

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Now Hiring: Social Media Manager

26 May 2016

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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Excerpt from Polishing Jade by Tekoa Manning

26 May 2016

Polishing Jade is set in the 1960’s in rural Mississippi where the secrets are as sticky as the jams sold at Taylor’s General Store. Jade Gentry is a young girl whose past will not control her future even if it cost her everything. Gripping and suspenseful, Jade will leave you sighing when she sighs, running when she runs, and celebrating when she is triumphant! Meet...

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in beauty, dating and relationships, fun, Seasonal

Tips for Preparing for Wedding Season

22 May 2016

By: Rachel Brown Wedding season is upon us, and for many of us, that means we have several back-to-back weekends that will be spent celebrating brides-to-be at their bridal showers, bachelorette parties, and the actual weddings themselves. Whether we’re a member of the bridal party or not, we all have supportive roles to play as our dear family members and friends enjoy this exciting season...

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in faith, grace, scripture

Tit for Tat – Pay Me Back

16 May 2016

By: Katie Messer “The merciful are blessed, for they will be shown mercy” (Matthew 5:7). Have you even been blown away by the generosity of another? Maybe you are in college and instant soup is on the menu multiple times a week. Perhaps you are working multiple jobs, but still not getting ahead financially. Maybe you are financially contributing to some family obligations and do...

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in faith, freedom

Now What?

10 May 2016

By: Juliandra Durkin Many of our readers are past the awkward teen years, but have realized that college isn’t much better when it comes to awkward. You know what I’m talking about- moving home for summer, you don’t feel quite like the daughter that grew up in your parents home, you’re kind of an adult, but then you kind of still depend on them to...

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in beauty, fun, Seasonal

Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gift Guide

05 May 2016

By: Rachel Brown Mother’s Day is just hours away and if you haven’t scored the perfect gift for your mama yet, don’t panic! We’ve rounded up some great, quick options that are both beautiful and thoughtful. Check out our list below and enjoy this weekend with the special women in your lives! A Homemade Bouquet There is no better way to spruce up a space...

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in freedom, WM spotlight

{WM Spotlight} Shayla Tonge

02 May 2016

Your family of four set out to venture the world and volunteer in orphanages in India, Africa and Central America. What led up to this wild journey and how do you go about it? In 8th grade, I checked out a book from my school library called 360 Degrees Longitude, a true story about a family who traveled the world together for a whole year....

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{WM Spotlight} Wipe Every Tear

25 Apr 2016

By: Juliandra Durkin April is sexual assault awareness month and highlighting Wipe Every Tear is one way that WM can partner with women who are oppressed, in hopes of shedding light on the issue of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Wipe Every Tear is a faith based organization that rescues girls trapped in sex trafficking in the Philippines and Thailand, where they have safe houses...

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in identity, scripture, worth

Follow Me, Memes, and Me Me

21 Apr 2016

By: Tekoa Manning A few months ago, I took the first steps, like a crack addict or an alcoholic breathing in a bag, I admitted I was addicted to Facebook. A couple days ago I hit delete and let the DT’s begin. I started realizing that I was carrying my phone with me like I would a 3-month-old baby and not getting much accomplished with...

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{WM Spotlight} Sisterhood Soap

18 Apr 2016

By: Juliandra Durkin Hey ladies! Mother’s Day is coming up next month and if you’re anything like me, a planner and dreamer, then perhaps you are racking your brain for ideas to get your special Mother for her special day, that she can cherish, and that fits into your price budget. Wonderfully Made came across a beautiful organization called Sisterhood Soap that might make a...

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in quotes, scripture, women of the bible

Biblical Leadership

14 Apr 2016

By: Rachel Brown Often when we’re looking to hone our leadership skills, we forget that there are so many prime examples of strong female leaders right in front of us within the pages of the Bible. Join us as we take a look at some of the inspiring women in the Bible and how their actions and choices can influence us as we strive to...

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