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Exchanging Glances

As spring returns, I’m taken back to memories from my early years of parenting. In the fresh spring afternoons, I remember looking out the kitchen window watching our girls play outside. Often times, there would come a moment where they’d look up and see me watching them. We’d exchange a glance. I’d smile. They’d smile […]

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3 Reasons You’re Good at Managing Resources

Women make up over half of the workplace, own more than half of the country’s personal wealth and yet, across the generations, women tend to doubt their ability to manage their financial resources. Approximately 85 per cent of women manage the household checkbook, but the majority feels insecure with their financial future. And yet we […]

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What’s Your Giving Style?

On my journey of giving, I’ve experienced a tug of war with treating symptoms or going to the root problem. When I think of a doctor, while she treats the symptoms, she quickly addresses the root cause. Both are critical. But when I dream about a world with less pain and more hope, I’m hyperfocused […]

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Meet Biola University’s Ruby Women

When the story is told of the founding of Biola University in Los Angeles, somehow the “founding before the founding” is left behind. As it turns out, before Union Oil Company’s Lyman Stewart and pastor T.C. Horton initiated the Bible Institute in 1908, their wives Lula and Anna were pounding the pavement in Southern California. […]

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How Do We Steward Influence?

She was orphaned at a young age. A kind uncle made sure her needs were met, physically and spiritually. Nearby, a man of extreme power and wealth had just dismissed his wife in pride and humiliation and with the help of others began looking for his next wife. As the search began, there she was, […]

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