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The Strategy behind Balance: Live Intentionally

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Creating and preserving balance in real life requires tremendous skill. Few things in my life command the discipline and forethought as does the need to maintain balance. Today’s woman must live intentionally, strategically planning how she invests her time—even in small increments.

The Gospel Shines beyond Christmastime

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Right now, Christmas lights are twinkling. Stars or angels adorn the tops of trees. These holiday symbols point to Christ and serve as natural conversation starters for sharing the gospel. But eventually we store away our manger scenes and holiday décor for next year.

Never Left Alone

woman in winter hat looking up at snow-covered trees

Beginnings are hard. It’s not easy to uproot yourself from one side of the world where it felt as if things just began to get good and return home where nothing is the same anymore.

Prayer: A Different Question to Consider for Leadership

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“Lord, I confess my prayer life doesn’t feel very mature,” I prayed. It wasn’t as if I lacked things to pray about or occasions to praise God. In that season, a genuine desire for increased spiritual maturity prompted me to evaluate my private prayer life.

Digging into Scripture

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The United States is one of the most theologically saturated countries in the world, boasting a wealth of resources for studying the Bible. Unfortunately many of those in church pews and small groups still remain at a shallow level of biblical understanding.

Using Our Gifts to Serve

Woman bringing a pan of food to a neighbor

The boy had only 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. It wasn’t much for a crowd of more than 5,000, but he approached the disciples anyway.

Faithful Prayers to a Faithful God

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I sat in my mission pastor’s office days before I was scheduled to get on a plane and move thousands of miles away to South Asia, and what did I do? I cried.

Christian Women’s Job Corps leader travels from South Africa for training

By Trennis Henderson, WMU National Correspondent

Why travel from South Africa to Alabama to attend a ministry training conference? For Patricia Ihlenfeldt, the answer is straightforward and succinct: “to be encouraged and refocused and reenergized.”

Christian Women’s Job Corps graduate comes full circle as CWJC site coordinator

Margaret Roland, CWJC Site Coordinator

By Trennis Henderson, WMU National Correspondent

When Margaret Roland talks about the life-changing impact that Christian Women’s Job Corps can make, she’s speaking from personal experience.

Shift to Something New

young woman riding a bicycle at sunset

What an amazing summer.

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