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{WM Spotlight} Moving Mountains Jewelry by Lindsey Drewes

We are thrilled to spotlight a dear friend of ours as she launches her brand new jewelry line called Moving Mountains. Moving Mountains 2 from Justin Jacobs on Vimeo. Tell us about Moving Mountains. Moving Mountains is a grassroots American-made jewelry company that specializes in beautiful minimalist silver and brass…
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August 22, 2016
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{WM Spotlight} Shayla Tonge

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,…
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May 2, 2016
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{Her Story} Kim Wertheimer

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we asked a woman who has been a part of our community to write her life changing story, getting diagnosed with cancer and then walking through chemotherapy, during her years in college. We pray her story will bring life and hope to all…
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October 26, 2015
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{WM Spotlight} Sarah Buchanan and Kula Project

Here is one woman who felt called to an unconventional life, dreamed outside of the box for aiding poverty, and co-founded Akola Project with her boyfriend James. Originally a Pre-Law student, Sarah Buchanan was studying for the LSAT when she left the country for the first time to Kenya. What…
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October 6, 2015
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{WM Spotlight} Stephanie May Wilson

Stephanie is the author of The Lipstick Gospel, which Wonderfully Made posted an excerpt from here. If you haven't checked out the post, read it now! Stephanie is a talented author with a beautiful story. Once on the track of becoming a journalist, she found Jesus on a spring break…
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September 24, 2015
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{WM Spotlight} Akola Project

Empowering women is one aspect of Wonderfully Made and we are happy to highlight Akola Project, a non-profit that empowers women through social-good business. Akola Project was founded in 2006 by Brittany Underwood when she was a sophomore in college and had a vision to help orphans in Uganda. Since…
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July 20, 2015