• If the devil can't make you bad, he'll make you busy

    Restoring Balance

    December 11, 2017 Jennie

    One of my favorite Christmas songs has always been “The Little Drummer Boy,” and I’m really not sure why. As a child, I played it in one of my winter piano recitals. I’m not sure if I selected the song because I connected with the harmonies and lyrics or if I thought it would be…

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    December 2017 Gems of the Month

    December 5, 2017 JARED

    Each month, JARED (Jennie, Abi, Rosa, Emily and Dana) will share some items we are currently loving. This month, we’re focusing on gift ideas for your friends and family. Let…

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  • How do you live out ordinary time?

    Ordinary Time

    December 4, 2017 Dana

    In the Christian liturgical calendar, there are many bright events like Christmas, but the larger percentage of the calendar is called Ordinary Time. Ordinary time is defined as the rhythm…

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  • Do something great photo by Clark Tibbs on Unsplash

    Desires of Our Heart

    December 4, 2017 Emily

    I love this time of year when we are turning the corner to a new season – a fresh start, a renewal of mind, body, and spirit. The upcoming uncharted…

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    Love ’em. Hate ’em.

    December 4, 2017 Rosa

    Love ‘em. Hate ‘em. Make ‘em. Avoid ‘em. Set ‘em. Forget ‘em. Goals. In spite of the love-hate relationship we have shared over the last 33 years or more, I…

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  • Jennie Wilkins 10 for Texas

    Goals: Seeking Sanity

    December 4, 2017 Jennie

    Ugh. Goals. Goooooaaaallllls. Gooooooaaaaalllllss. The mere thought of creating and tracking goals for my personal life brings forth a myriad of emotions and a cold sweat. On one hand, I…

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  • Abi Beaty Cypress Half Marathon 2017

    When I Kicked 2017’s Booty

    December 3, 2017 Abi

    In January, I made a list of my goals for the year. This was the first time I was ever so intentional about goals. I mean, I usually think about…

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