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When Giving Doesn’t Make Sense

What do you consider wise giving?  We had a great conversation about this topic at a recent Women Doing Well retreat and I had the opportunity to share this giving story with the group.  Several years ago my husband and I designated a portion of our giving plan to include spontaneous giving. These usually aren’t […]

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Prayer Helps Us Love as Christ Loves 

On Thursday, May 2, thousands of people will gather in unified prayer for our nation during the National Day of Prayer. It’s a tradition more than 65 years old and fills my heart with gratitude for the freedom I have to openly pray for our nation.  In preparation for this year’s events, the National Day […]

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What We Need on the National Day of Prayer

“Since the first call to prayer in 1775, when the Continental Congress asked the colonies to pray for wisdom in forming our nation, the call to prayer has continued through our history….” (from the National Day of Prayer website) Today is the National Day of Prayer, a day dedicated to uniting thousands of people across the […]

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What a Con Man Taught Me About Generosity

Part of our family’s on-purpose giving plan includes setting aside cash for spontaneous giving. In fact, we keep a special envelope hidden in our glove compartment for Spirit-prompted generosity. One blustery day, I jumped in my car to accomplish the various tasks on my to-do list. “Lord, take the steering wheel of my day and use me to […]

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