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Time Management

“Use your time wisely.” Has a parent or teacher ever said that to you? If so, they are correct in their instruction. But what exactly does it mean to manage your time? And why does it even matter if we use our time wisely or not? Donald Whitney doesn’t include time management in his Spiritual […]

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Depression and Anxiety

Depression and Anxiety Lisa DeBoer   Note: I am not dispensing medical advice in this article, and what I write here should not be substituted for clinical treatment by a medical doctor and/or clinical counselor. Further, I cannot possibly cover every aspect of this sensitive and complex subject in an article. Entire books have been […]

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Letter to a Young Lady in Waiting

Dear Young Lady in Waiting,   To be honest, writing this letter makes me really nervous.  You see, I’m married.  And someone already told me that because I’m married and you’re single, you might not even read this.  This is a mismatch of sorts…a married person writing to you about your single life.  So who […]

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Letter to a Dating Young Woman

Dear Friend,   So, you’re dating.  I heard he’s a pretty cool guy, and easy on the eyes too.  Oh, and he’s on the soccer team, and he gets good grades, huh?  I bet you love hanging out with him.  Those dating years are so much fun.  So, are you going to marry him?   […]

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Crazy Love

Crazy Love Book Review   I begin this review with a bit of trepidation, because after stalling and procrastinating for weeks on end, I still can’t decide if I’m going to recommend that you read this book.  Crazy Love was (and still is) a conundrum to me.   Our summer book club chose Crazy Love, […]

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