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from Jennifer Dukes Lee

Why I Asked God to Break My Heart

We give Him ourselves and He makes the masterpiece

from AlisonTiemeyer.com

How to Respond When Brokenness Weighs Heavy

How do we trust God with all of our heart when brokenness surrounds us? How are we to respond? I believe that THIS is the answer. It's our only hope, our greatest confidence. Place your faith in the Lord & begin with this response today.

from beautifulinhistime.com

Ultimate list of encouraging blog posts for special needs families {and those who love them} -

from AlisonTiemeyer.com

12 Verses for Bloggers That Should Shape the Way We Blog

Blogging for the gospel can seem difficult, overwhelming, and downright fragile sometimes. We hear advice about blogging from so many sources, and oftentimes don't know what to believe. Thankfully we have truth to encourage us to live differently, to love well, to sacrifice daily, and to be about something greater than ourselves. These twelve Scriptures will comfort your soul and offer some much needed truth to encourage the challenges of blogging!

from AlisonTiemeyer.com

12 Verses for Bloggers That Should Shape the Way We Blog

Blogging for the gospel can seem difficult, overwhelming, and downright fragile sometimes. We hear advice about blogging from so many sources, and oftentimes don't know what to believe. Thankfully we have truth to encourage us to live differently, to love well, to sacrifice daily, and to be about something greater than ourselves. These twelve verses for bloggers will comfort your soul and offer some much needed truth to encourage the challenges of blogging!

from makinglifesweet.com

Why Honest Prayer Should Be Our First Response

Our first instinct in every bombshell situation shouldn't be to explode but to turn to Jesus, where honesty is always welcome and no cry goes unheard. We cannot control what happens to us but we can control how we react. And once we've rooted ourselves in Christ, we cannot be shaken.