“Therein lies my strength. That’s how we make it through. It’s the strength of the hands of the one who raised Himself from the dead.”

Dr. Lois EvansWords of Encouragement
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“Therein lies my strength. That’s how we make it through. It’s the strength of the hands of the one who raised Himself from the dead.”

Shundria RiddickToday I Looked at My Hands
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“As I reflect on our recent series, “Overcomers,” and on this Christmas season, one theme keeps coming to my mind.”

Chinedu OkaforGod is Love
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“It was in the nosebleed section that I began to look around and wonder how many of us appeared healthy and straight outwardly, but were sick and crippled in our spirits.”

Shundria RiddickThe Healer is Here
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“My sons watched their uncle walk back and forth from the bricked fire pit to the wooded yard beyond it, gathering branches to put in the hollowed quarry. 'What next, Uncle Anthony?'”

Priscilla ShirerFan the Flame
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“Do you know how to pray according to God’s will? Are you in a season where prayer is particularly difficult? Do you spend more time being entertained than being edified through prayer? People of God, there is a way to pray with power and purpose.”

Michelle StimpsonA Time for Prayer
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“If I’m not careful, I can let the inevitable changes of life cause me emotional instability, and I know I’m not the only one.”

Ashley IronsOne Day at a Time
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“It seems that God wants to communicate His vast 'otherness' to us, and Ezekiel is quite the display of weird things. Why is there a wheel in the middle of a wheel? ”

Christen JacobsGod and Weird Visions
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“God makes it clear that experiencing the wonderful promised land was not an issue of His provisions, but their decisions.”

Mira RollinsIs There Enough for Me
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“...we know grace helps us in times of need, we are saved by it, strengthened with it, and it has unending supply.”

Karen BiggerGrace and Peace to You
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“Change wakes us up to the fragility, uncertainty, and temporary nature of life.”

Chrystal HurstChange is Hard
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“As women, many times we spend life in survival mode, living at an unhealthy pace. I want to encourage you to be intentional about taking time to exhale!”

Elizabeth WoodsonExhale
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“When there is time to share your story, share it.”

Jennifer CoxTell Your Story
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“When we are at war to display the love and characteristics of Christ or when we are not experiencing this from our sisters and brothers, let’s choose our posture, position, and prepare for the battle.”

Sandra RobinsonChoose Your Battles
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“My dear sisters, likewise we have collected and held on to hurts, losses, failures, and hard situations. We carry them. As a result, we find it difficult to access the freedom we have in Christ.”

Shundria RiddickTell Your Story
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“There is a time for everything, and my hope and prayer is that your time for dancing and rejoicing is near.”

Candice HolmesI Am Not Okay But I Am Not Forgotten
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“I have learned Christian women can touch the lives of other women with love, support, encouragement, compassion, and wisdom.”

Zelda FreemanMy Kingdom Sisterhood
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“The story of Nehemiah has been resonating with me, particularly chapter four. Nehemiah is burdened by the state of the city of Jerusalem, and seeks to rebuild the wall so the Israelites will no longer be humiliated.”

Rhonda BellamyLessons from Nehemiah
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“I love working with my hands. It brings joy to my heart to create new things or to see something work again. When something breaks at our house, my first response is usually”

Ms. Shirley HawkinsStill Growing
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“Although the road was not one that I would have chosen to travel, it was exactly the path that God had determined for me.”

Ms. Gwen HughesRough Roads
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“Oh, my word! Now that’s a question that goes right to the heart of things. It was immediately unsettling. The temptation is to quickly defend a position. That’s what I was tempted to do. Instead, I took it as a call to examine myself yet again.”

Ms. Johanna FisherThe Powerful Example of a Mother
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