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Numbing the Pain

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis The week after my husband’s gall bladder surgery was rough. Since he hadn’t been hospitalized or seriously sick since he was a child, severe pain was a somewhat foreign concept. The strongest pain medication he’d taken in our thirty-three years...

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Don’t Miss the Party

by Kimberly Davidson There have been many times in my life that I’ve regretted my choices. The other day I was thinking about what a bad friend I was to the few friends I had amidst my addictions. I met both Lisa and Jennifer through my job. Being single, we connected...

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I Want to Let That Go!

By Alison Feinauer At the beginning of the year, I signed my son up for church camp - 5 hours away for a week with no contact at all. He's 7, doesn't like the dark, and likes his mommy tucking him in at night. I thought for sure he'd back out. However, the time came...

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Dress for Success

by Rae Lynn DeAngelis My sister and I are very close. Even though she lives several states away, we still talk on the phone a couple of times a week. During one of our recent conversations, she was talking about how her clothes no longer fit comfortably and she was...

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Your Worth Does Not Come From Your Body

By Kelsey Klepper We are living in a culture that is saturated in the idea that our worth is determined by our bodies. It repeatedly tells us that we cannot fully live until we have a smaller waist and thighs, toned arms, flawless skin, etc. I’m here to tell you,...

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Numbing the Pain

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis The week after my husband’s gall bladder surgery was rough. Since he hadn’t been hospitalized or seriously sick since he was a child, severe pain was a somewhat foreign concept. The strongest pain medication he’d taken in our thirty-three years...

read more

Don’t Miss the Party

by Kimberly Davidson There have been many times in my life that I’ve regretted my choices. The other day I was thinking about what a bad friend I was to the few friends I had amidst my addictions. I met both Lisa and Jennifer through my job. Being single, we connected...

read more

I Want to Let That Go!

By Alison Feinauer At the beginning of the year, I signed my son up for church camp - 5 hours away for a week with no contact at all. He's 7, doesn't like the dark, and likes his mommy tucking him in at night. I thought for sure he'd back out. However, the time came...

read more

Dress for Success

by Rae Lynn DeAngelis My sister and I are very close. Even though she lives several states away, we still talk on the phone a couple of times a week. During one of our recent conversations, she was talking about how her clothes no longer fit comfortably and she was...

read more

Your Worth Does Not Come From Your Body

By Kelsey Klepper We are living in a culture that is saturated in the idea that our worth is determined by our bodies. It repeatedly tells us that we cannot fully live until we have a smaller waist and thighs, toned arms, flawless skin, etc. I’m here to tell you,...

read more

Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.