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Double for Your Trouble

By Kimberly Davidson In the Old Testament, the prophet, Joel, tells a tale of utter destruction. Joel 1:4 states, “After the cutter-locusts finish eating your crops, the swarmer-locusts will take what’s left! After them will come the hopper-locusts! And then the...

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Learning How Strong I Am

By Melody Vanosdol I thank God for encouraging friends. In the past few years, some of us from high school reunited thanks to Facebook.  I wasn’t all that close to them in high school, but now I sure wish I would have been. They are godly women and encouragers. Few...

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Back to the Basics

By Alison Feinauer My friends asked​  me to do a triathlon with them. I’m like, "Nah, I’m not really and swimmer or biker. I’ll come cheer." Then I thought, why not. Something new may be just the challenge I need. So I decided to try to train for it​. I went swimming...

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Give it Time

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens…a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal,” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-3). My husband fertilizes our yard in early spring, long before leaves...

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How Do You Speak to Yourself?

By Kelsey Klepper It seems to be so much easier for me to be kind to others and to show more compassion towards complete strangers than to myself. Okay, except maybe when my toddler has been pushing me all day, then it’s difficult for me to consistently find my...

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Bookends

by Kimberly Davidson After graduating from college, I secured a coveted job as a pharmaceutical sales rep. Immediately management swooshed me off to Palo Alto, California for an intense 2-week training program. For a young girl from Iowa this meant V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N,...

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Double for Your Trouble

By Kimberly Davidson In the Old Testament, the prophet, Joel, tells a tale of utter destruction. Joel 1:4 states, “After the cutter-locusts finish eating your crops, the swarmer-locusts will take what’s left! After them will come the hopper-locusts! And then the...

read more

Learning How Strong I Am

By Melody Vanosdol I thank God for encouraging friends. In the past few years, some of us from high school reunited thanks to Facebook.  I wasn’t all that close to them in high school, but now I sure wish I would have been. They are godly women and encouragers. Few...

read more

Back to the Basics

By Alison Feinauer My friends asked​  me to do a triathlon with them. I’m like, "Nah, I’m not really and swimmer or biker. I’ll come cheer." Then I thought, why not. Something new may be just the challenge I need. So I decided to try to train for it​. I went swimming...

read more

Give it Time

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens…a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal,” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-3). My husband fertilizes our yard in early spring, long before leaves...

read more

How Do You Speak to Yourself?

By Kelsey Klepper It seems to be so much easier for me to be kind to others and to show more compassion towards complete strangers than to myself. Okay, except maybe when my toddler has been pushing me all day, then it’s difficult for me to consistently find my...

read more

Bookends

by Kimberly Davidson After graduating from college, I secured a coveted job as a pharmaceutical sales rep. Immediately management swooshed me off to Palo Alto, California for an intense 2-week training program. For a young girl from Iowa this meant V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N,...

read more

Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.