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Excuse Me, Was That A Prayer Request?

Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits. Proverbs 18:21

I escaped to a night in my memory that mostly passes in a blur, except one moment stands out–clear like the crystal of my Mom’s Princess House glasses.

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Just Life

L: Comparison is the thief of JOY

Hey guys, it’s been awhile since I’ve shared anything on our blog.  It’s crazy how life is much fuller with 3 kids!  For those moms out there who have 3 kids, was it more difficult for you to transition from 1 to 2 or from 2 to 3?   838 more words

Everyday Life

Hindered by the Church (Part 1)

A few days ago, a very dear friend and I decided to start a college-aged Bible study, and we met for the first time today. For now, it was just her and I. 1,014 more words


tula & shreya

Someday in June when she was twenty nine, my sister, my rueful bearer of all obloquy — Well, she died. “Jaan don’t say it like that,” My mother would whisper, her eyes all mysterious heavy-lidded cliche. 119 more words

Creative Writing

Ouch Couch.

As I stood seething in the corner, arms folded and face red, I saw her go into the bedroom….
We’d been married two years now and the fights were getting harder to patch up. 276 more words


I'm Still Not Offended

A distrusting heart, a miscommunication — these are things to which we can chalk up so many of our “offended” moments. Most of the time, people we love are not out to hurt us. 517 more words


A Bitterness

There is a bitterness in my heart as I sit comfortably in my bed, eating a tupperware full of cut up fruit, watching TV.

I love being home, don’t get me wrong. 503 more words