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Passionate Generosity

Recently, while on a mission trip with LST (Let’s Start Talking), I was reading through the book of Acts with my friends Maria and Irena.  We were reading about some of Jesus’ first followers after he had been crucified and risen. They had no home and were traveling through Jerusalem where they heard about Jesus and stuck around so that…

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Personal Finance

Personal finances are something my husband and I have talked a lot about recently. We are approaching the first anniversary of me quitting my teaching job to stay at home with our 2 wonderful boys. This decision meant giving up half of what we were used to living on. It was a decision we made with some…

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Green Kid Crafts

Guest post by Kimberly Swedberg A couple of years ago, I received a coupon for a free box from Green Kid Crafts. I reviewed the website and liked what I saw so I ordered a box. When it arrived my kids tore through it trying to decide who would do what activity. And every craft/activity…

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The Greatest Need

My eyes caught a glance of him. The salt and pepper scraggles poking out of his beard drew my attention. I motioned towards my husband with my eyes and head. We surveyed the weather worn straw hat. Saw the heavy glasses held together with duct tape. Caught a glance of his shirt that he carefully…

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Meal Planning for Real People

When Revive Seven approached me about writing a blog post about meal planning, I was glad to do so, but I feel I must make a confession first. I have an amazing way to meal plan around a tight budget – I mean a really tight budget – but I haven’t been using it lately.…

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On the Run Beauty Routine

By Dana Watson, New Mexico I live a busy lifestyle and most days I have five or less minutes to take care of my face. I have learned that working full-time in the restaurant industry, and being around grease all day, you must find a little time to stop and care for your face. Here’s my go-to…

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Some of my favorite things!

by Megan Roberts CortiStop Supplement According to Young Living, the CortiStop supplement is designed to help support the female glandular system and maintain balanced cortisol levels in the body. Increased amounts of cortisol are produced when the body is under stress. Increased stress and increased cortisol can lead to fatigue, difficulty maintaining a healthy weight,…

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Emotional Subluxations

By Dr. Shawnda Camp I was first introduced to chiropractic following an auto accident where I was rear-ended on the highway by a semi on my way to school. It terrified me to drive on the highway and especially next to large trucks for several years. After two years of being a patient, my chiropractor…

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Words

by Amy Cravey, Texas You cannot escape them. They permeate your mind. They float through one ear and out the other. You mindlessly rattle them off one by one. You see them everywhere you go! You are surrounded by them and they cover surfaces everywhere you look! And I for one am exhausted by them. WORDS. They…

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Oh Daffodil, A Poetic Journey of Emotions

by Amy Cravey, Texas They are flag bearers of spring! Blazen yellow they wave and usher in all things fresh and new. A respite from the dreary brown that blankets the soil shoots the bonnet wearing flower. Oh Daffodil, even your name brings a slight smile to my face! Except. . . Where are you? You…

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