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Community includes welcoming people into the nooks and crannies of our ordinary. // Lisa-Jo Baker on incourage.

We are all more alike than different. We are all broken. We are all beautiful. We are all in need of grace. We are all glory-reflectors. We are the paradox people.

We are all more alike than different. We are all in need of grace. We are all glory-reflectors. We are the paradox people.

After the silence, sound is different.   It’s not necessarily better or worse, it’s just different. Maybe it’s more about discernment; being careful about what you’re listening to, who you’re listening to. And I’m not talking about Who you’re listening to – though every “good Christian” knows when I capitalize Who, I’m referring to Jesus, right? Can you [...]

After the Silence

Mom, you are pouring out all day long, loving your family, caring for your children.... It is the constant state of motherhood. But, are you being filled back up? Learn how to come to the One who longs to pour into YOU, because otherwise you will run dry and have nothing to offer.

Pouring Out Requires Filling Up

Mom, you are pouring out all day long, loving your family, caring for your children.... It is the constant state of motherhood. But, are you being filled back up? Learn how to come to the One who longs to pour into YOU, because otherwise you will run dry and have nothing to offer.

It’s about being open to the path God has prepared for each of us. Whether or not we choose to embrace it? That’s on us, and if we’re waiting until everything in our lives is in place, we might miss it. // @anna_r  on incourage.me

It’s about being open to the path God has prepared for each of us. Whether or not we choose to embrace it? That’s on us, and if we’re waiting until everything in our lives is in place, we might miss it. // Anna Rendell on incourage.

When she gets that thing you really wanted: handling disappointment

When She Gets That Thing You Really Wanted

Big, cleansing, refreshing breath. My calling... art... He keeps speaking: "This is the way, walk in it." Thank you, Jesus.

How to Make a Home

The point of hospitality is to love others. The point is to be a place for people’s souls to breathe. The point is to treat people like family so they’ll leave your home with lingering memories of how loved they felt. - Jana Devries

“Practice makes perfect,” my piano teacher would always say. So when the Holy Spirit tells us to “practice hospitality,” the idea must be that .

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