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Susan Narjala  |  September 13, 2022
Almost every morning I do this absolutely insane thing. I make oats. (I know, radical stuff there, right?) The thing is, I don’t like oats. I don’t eat oats (Is...
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Sheena Gershom  |  September 6, 2022
This summer, we enrolled in swimming classes as a family. We got to learn a vital life skill together while spending quality time with each other. We eagerly looked forward...
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IndiAanya  |  August 27, 2022
We are excited to share our first podcast episode with you! We hope to do a couple of these in a year to add to the written content on the blog....
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Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  August 26, 2022
We almost always have a full home and people around the table. It fills my heart to the brim. But it also exposes me for who I am: a grumbly...
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Deborah Sybil  |  August 9, 2022
When I was 14 years old we moved to a different city where my parents rented a little house in the outskirts. The house had a little gate leading to...
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Susan Narjala  |  August 2, 2022
Here’s a topic we don’t typically get around to at church: Jesus enjoyed food. We catch glimpses of it all through the gospel narratives. When only one small picnic lunch...
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Ruth Davidar Paul  |  July 28, 2022
In this moment Lord, when life is rushing around me and the things clamouring for my attention are innumerable. When my thoughts are fragmented and distracted. When there is no...
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K  |  July 21, 2022
It is Wednesday morning, and with coffee in hand, I settle in on my sofa and open my devotional guide. I tend to shift between different devotional books, but this...
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Susan Narjala  |  July 12, 2022
As a young teen, I read The Diary of Anne Frank, the well-known compilation of journal entries of a young girl who lived in hiding during the Holocaust. Captivated and...
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Sheryl Jacob  |  July 5, 2022
It took a recent holiday with my family to see how much I needed a break from the day-to-day hustle of life. I did not realise how emotionally spread out...
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Shiphrah Lakka  |  May 20, 2022
I love being a mother but there is one aspect of motherhood I dread. Sickness. I am a hopeless phobic when my children get sick. Every little cough or stomach...
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Ruth Davidar Paul  |  May 17, 2022
We're almost midway through this year and as I look back over the last four months, I can only stand amazed at what God has begun doing in my life....
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