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Antelope Hunting: How Loneliness Makes Us Vulnerable to Sin

Posted on 05.26.15 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

We may be living life, oblivious to the threat, just like antelopes who thoughtlessly munch on grass while a lion lurks just feet away. But the threat is there, and it is real. Staying disconnected has the power to do much more than simply make us feel lonely. It may just be what the enemy uses to prey upon you and bring you down.

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3 Trojan Horses That Are Threatening Our Ability to Connect

Posted on 05.25.15 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

For our purposes, a Trojan horse is simply this: Something we invite into our lives thinking it's a gift, but in time it turns and attacks the things we most treasure. Here are three Trojan horses that are attacking the depth and quality of our relationships, leaving many of us disconnected in a connected world.

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Articles, Resources, and More . . . Oh My! (05/22/15)

Posted on 05.22.15 by Lindsay Swartz | Twitter: @LindsSwartz
Topics: Impacting your world

I'm Divorced: How Does God See Me Now?, 4 Principles for Finishing Well . . . and more!

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Sisters, Let's Become Cheerleaders

Posted on 05.21.15 by Elisha Galotti | Twitter: @ElishaGalotti
Topics: Relationships with Others

If the women in your life were to describe the effect and power of your words, what would they say?

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A Secret Women's Retreat in Northern Thailand

Posted on 05.20.15 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Impacting your world

Theres a smaller conference Revive Our Hearts helped make possible that slipped quietly past a few months ago. Each of the eighty attendees was prayerfully chosen and invited because of their significant gospel impact in this dark region. Many were widows of martyrs. Some had languished in prison; others’ husbands were in prison. They had been exiled from homes and villages and paid a great price to follow Jesus.

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