• On Praising the Silent Voices of Women

    “For most of history, Anonymous was a woman,” Virginia Woolf once observed. A recent movie shown on PBS, To Walk Invisible, showed some of the challenges that women authors have endured. It tells the story of the...

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  • Who is Your Nathan?

    By Karen Lembo – One of the highlights of my summer was completing Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed: A Study of David by Priscilla Shirer, Beth Moore, and Kay Arthur with some Bible loving women at my church. How...

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  • Living Life’s Parentheses

    “It’s in the unexpected moments where the best things happen” By Nancie Carmichael – Now it’s summer—blessed, long-awaited lazy-hazy days of summer. But if your life is like mine, life is anything but lazy and hazy. We...

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  • Embracing the Season

    by Nancie Carmichael – Seasons can be confusing. We’ve had an unusually mild winter, and I noticed some bulbs sprouting in the garden. Is it winter or is it spring? Reminds me of my friend Cheryl, who...

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