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Fragile Exterior

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis I reached into my refrigerator and pulled out one of my favorite early autumn treats—a pear. Just a few days prior, I had purchased the bag of the perfectly ripened delights. The pears were without blemish when I placed them into my refrigerator;...

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It’s Hard Work… but Girl it’s Worth it!

By Alison Feinauer You know when you feel like an issue is under control because it doesn’t bother you the way it used to, then you realize that you’re just controlling it a different way? That’s how it's been lately for me. When I receive hurtful words from some...

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Freedom Fighters

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis I remember before I ever started this ministry, while I was still trying to work up the courage to step into the unknown territory of helping women find freedom, I was invited to a secular based eating disorder support group to share my story of...

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The Balancing Act

By Kelsey Klepper I often hear people say: “Your health is at its best when life is balanced.” “Your stress levels would decrease if your life was more balanced.” “We all have the same 24 hours in a day; you need to figure out how to fit it in and balance it all.” We...

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Are You Biddable?

By Kimberly Davidson My husband and I are empty nesters and “dog people.” Who isn’t a dog person—dog spelled backwards is god!  (Okay... so maybe not everyone is a dog lover.) Our dogs have always been our “kids.” We were blessed to have two dogs live to the ages of...

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There is a Process to Getting Better

By Alison Fienauer I had a toothache, and it hurt badly.  I went to the dentist and it looked like a root canal was needed.  Bummer.  Of course insurance didn't cover it. I scheduled it and had it done, however, a week later, the ache returned. I went back to dentist...

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Fragile Exterior

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis I reached into my refrigerator and pulled out one of my favorite early autumn treats—a pear. Just a few days prior, I had purchased the bag of the perfectly ripened delights. The pears were without blemish when I placed them into my refrigerator;...

read more

It’s Hard Work… but Girl it’s Worth it!

By Alison Feinauer You know when you feel like an issue is under control because it doesn’t bother you the way it used to, then you realize that you’re just controlling it a different way? That’s how it's been lately for me. When I receive hurtful words from some...

read more

Freedom Fighters

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis I remember before I ever started this ministry, while I was still trying to work up the courage to step into the unknown territory of helping women find freedom, I was invited to a secular based eating disorder support group to share my story of...

read more

The Balancing Act

By Kelsey Klepper I often hear people say: “Your health is at its best when life is balanced.” “Your stress levels would decrease if your life was more balanced.” “We all have the same 24 hours in a day; you need to figure out how to fit it in and balance it all.” We...

read more

Are You Biddable?

By Kimberly Davidson My husband and I are empty nesters and “dog people.” Who isn’t a dog person—dog spelled backwards is god!  (Okay... so maybe not everyone is a dog lover.) Our dogs have always been our “kids.” We were blessed to have two dogs live to the ages of...

read more

There is a Process to Getting Better

By Alison Fienauer I had a toothache, and it hurt badly.  I went to the dentist and it looked like a root canal was needed.  Bummer.  Of course insurance didn't cover it. I scheduled it and had it done, however, a week later, the ache returned. I went back to dentist...

read more

Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.