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The Passionate Preacher and Me: A Love Story

How my husband loved me like Jesus

Today's Scripture: Be Courageous!

Words to bury in our hearts.

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • April 13, 2012 |
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In My 20s, My Identity Ran Away on Auto-Pilot

And suddenly, it hits us, like an avalanche of confusion and emotion. No one had prepared me for the psychological roller-coaster one experiences in their 20s. I didn't know who I was anymore and where I really wanted to go from here.

Change

Why Becoming Holy Hinges on Change

In My 20s, I Realized It Wasn't All About Me

I was one of those girls waaaaaay back in my teens and 20s who could never be told anything. I didn't want or need advice because I had it ALL figured out. I knew better. I saw things more clearly. I had life by the reins and I was in control.

5 Things I Learned From A Roomful Of Successful Christian Business Women

The collected wisdom of our sisters is a precious gem!

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • April 10, 2012 |
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The Importance of Sharing Your Story

When was the last time you danced in the freedom of your forgiveness? When was the last time the joy of your salvation overwhelmed you such that you shouted to anyone who would listen, "Come see a man!!"

Why My Church Doesn't Need a Single Moms Ministry

As the single mom population grows, there is an ever-increasing need to develop single moms' program within the church. However, many church leaders and members raise objections on why their church does not need a single moms' ministry.

What No One Told Me About My 20s | Blog Series

I quickly realized I'd crossed over. I'd crossed over to the side of youth that one can never come back from. Am I being a little dramatic? Yes. But that's only because no one warned me!

I Can't Handle This

"God never gives us more than we can handle..." Something about that phrase didn't settle with me.

An Example and an Invitation

Glimpses into the passion of Jesus Prayer life and the invitation He holds out to us

How Easter Sets the Pattern for Great Storytelling

This week, we encountered the greatest story ever told, a story we can learn to model our lives and stories after.

A Prayer for a “Humble but Sturdy” Home

A Prayer for a “Humble but Sturdy” Home

  • Carmen at Life Blessons |
  • April 09, 2012 |
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The Big IF - Faith, Wishes and Babies

"Just have faith"... is a common phrase we use to encourage one another - but what does it really mean?

Blessings at Easter

"It is finished." John 19:30

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • April 06, 2012 |
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The Poison of Indifference

Indifferent is a dangerous state of being. It means one's feelings are becoming numb. It represents lack of interest orhaving no particular interest; unconcerned. One just is. It is often mistaken for acceptance, denial, or tolerance, but it's much much shadier than that.

Who's Your Jesus?

Everyone in the "palm Sunday" crowd had a motivation for singing Jesus praises - what's yours?

Is There a Biblical Formula for Raising Good Kids?

How? It's the question we would sell our most valuable possessions to answer. How do we ensure that our children will grow up to love and serve the Lord? Is there a forumla to follow?

Help, My Church Has No Single Parents!

Many churches desire to have more single parents within their walls. Many single parents desire connection to a local church. So, how do we bridge the gap?

Experiencing the Cross: A Glimpse of Hell

A unique look at the cross for Good Friday

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