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5 Tips for Making the Most of a Short Quiet Time with God

5 Tips for Making the Most of a Short Quiet Time with God

Our lives are busy. Sometimes a quiet time reading the Bible can feel like a hard task. And yet the results of that invested time cannot be measured. Kathy Howard is a Bible teacher at heart. In this post, she shares with you her tips for making the most of a short quiet time with God. Even 15 minutes or less is worth it! I hope it blesses you like it did me.

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Why Is It Hard to Trust God with Little Things?

Why Is It Hard to Trust God with Little Things?

We trust God for the big things like keeping the earth spinning in orbit, why can’t we trust Him for the little things? We can trust Him in every detail, knowing that His love, plans, and trustworthiness are unwavering. Read more for encouragement to trust God in all things, big and small.

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Trusting God’s Timing

Trusting God’s Timing

Do you struggle with trusting God’s timing? There is a fine line between questioning, doubting, and trusting. We often want to trust God, but we also wrestle with trusting His timing. Angela Donadio shares how people who move forward with trusting God and His timing can experience an outcome that is supernatural.

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How To Find Joy in the Lord Even During Difficult Seasons

How To Find Joy in the Lord Even During Difficult Seasons

No matter the season, we can always find joy in the Lord. Jesus is our source of joy and makes our joy forever full. In the face of difficulty, because of Jesus, we can trust that our joy will remain constant and consistent. My guest, Doris Swift, invites you to discover how to find joy in the Lord even during difficult seasons and why it’s important to do so. We’ll also look at the ways in which Jesus’s joy in us makes our joy forever full.

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Strategies for Fostering Deep Connections to Reduce Loneliness and Isolation

Strategies for Fostering Deep Connections to Reduce Loneliness and Isolation

Moving across country one week before the world shut down due to the pandemic was a challenge for me and my family. The loneliness and isolation that accompanied our move was unprecedented. The pandemic alone was enough to usher in a new degree of loneliness for millions of people, but add on top of that a move, and I was struggling. The last few years have presented a challenge. So, I thought it might be helpful to discuss strategies for fostering deep connections to reduce loneliness and isolation.

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Dr. Michelle Bengtson

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