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Overworked and Overwhelmedwith Crystal Paine

Day 1 of 2: Ever feel like quitting your life? Crystal Paine, founder of the personal finance blog MoneySaving Mom, talks about the day she realized that she didn’t have to do it all. Crystal tells how one little word-NO-revolutionized her life and gave her more time for the things that really mattered. ...

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Come, Take, and Learnwith Hannah Anderson

Day 1 of 3: Author Hannah Anderson, who lives with her family in rural Virginia, tells of a season when the stress and anxiety of daily living kept her up at night. After considering Jesus’ words about coming to Him and finding rest, Anderson realized that leaning into Christ and learning humility was the...

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Shepherding Her Heartwith Robert Wolgemuth

Day 1 of 3: Authors Robert and Nancy Wolgemuth fondly remember the days of their courtship when they discussed becoming a blended family. Nancy recalls how her heart skipped a beat and began to soften as Robert told her how he loved being married and shepherding a wife. Robert gives his best advice for husbands...

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Passing on the Truth of Godwith Don Whitney

Day 1 of 1: Author Don Whitney, a professor of biblical spirituality at Southern Seminary, coaches moms and dads on the lost art of family worship. Whitney reminds parents that they don’t have to prepare a devotional in order to worship. Reading a bit of Scripture, saying a simple prayer, and singing a hy...

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Humility Makes You Productivewith Hannah Anderson

Day 3 of 3: Take my yoke upon you and learn from me.” Author Hannah Anderson, along with Barbara Rainey, explains what it means to be under Christ’s yoke, and how we find rest when we embrace His calling for us. Learning to honor the limits of our body and time leads to refreshment. ...

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When Your Parents Need Helpwith Jim Stroud

Day 1 of 2: Jim Stroud, founder and director of Stroud Companies, a real estate company that owns and operates senior housing, tells how he became interested in elder care after his father had a stroke and could no longer live by himself. As Stroud looked at options, he realized that available facilities wouldn...

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