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#PreApproved Writer of the Week: Darlene Collazo

Her name is Darlene Collazo, and she is preapproved. Daughter of the King. Proud wife. Mama. Encourager. Avid Reader. Lover of words and all things creative. Find me writing on {In Pursuit} (about faith, family, and living {In Pursuit} of the abundant life God’s given us.

Churches are made of people. Broken, sinful, wretched people. We say and do things that create strife and heartache. It's nothing new. Paul had to address some of the same issues we see in the modern church. But let there be no mistake, local faith families are important! The church matters ... and being connected to a local congregation is important for every believer. David Mathis writes, "One of the most counter-cultural things you can do is become an engaged member of a faithful local…

"God calls us to be thankful people. And its the very attitude of thanksgiving that can transform our lives. If you find yourself wandering down the dark path of depression and despair here are six simple ways to fight for joy through gratefulness. 1. Fill your mind with the truths of Gods word. Meditate on verses regarding thankfulness like Colossians 3:1517. Commit to memory Gods commands to be thankful. 2. Remember Gods goodness and faithfulness to you. Just as the Israelites were…

Beauty = Faith. Family events related to spiritual faith and beliefs. Soul Assets uses 15 event codes to provide your family the ability to write a journal to remember events.


Battling Through the Struggles of Life to Find Success Again

A man writes about overcoming both his own brain tumor and his wife's breast cancer while she was pregnant. He credits his faith in God, family and himself for his current success in life.

God is not just with us and here alongside us. He is within us too...

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Advent Writing Prompts for Grades 3-5

15 Writing Prompts for Advent with coordinating scripture. Perfect for an intermediate classroom, homeschooling family, or Sunday school class. The scripture chosen is in a child friendly version, and will inspire some great conversation around the themes of Advent: Faith, Hope, Joy, Love, and Peace.

LOVE!!! -->Why You Should Tell Your Family's Story: What memoir-writing has to do with Christian faith via @Amy Julia Becker