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The gift-giver’s guide to care packages

We are Frances and Clare, two sisters and best friends, and care packages are our love language! Frances carries the cross of infertility an

Letters of encouragement: TTC and the 8 year wait

We were in front of the cathedral. It was nearing midnight. The air was crisp, I could see my breath. I was in need of physical healing...

4th week of Advent: Where are you, God?

“Where are you, God?” It’s a question I imagine Joseph might have prayed in the interior of His heart as He learnt the news of Mary...

When suffering and trust co-exist

So, fear not sister. In those places of littleness and longing and emptiness, press into TRUST. And please know that in the remaining days..

I don't know where else to go but Calvary

I don’t know where else to go but Calvary. The place where redemptive suffering consumes every broken heart that God has ever and will ...

God’s faithfulness during unanswered prayers

“God, where are You? Why aren’t You answering? Why aren’t You helping us? We are doing our part - why aren’t you doing Yours?” ...

If God is in the details, why am I still waiting?

But what happens when the signs stop appearing? When the snacks stop coming, we’re aching with hunger and can’t see any meals on the way...

Sidewalk chalk and God's love

I said a silent prayer that I would feel God holding me today. After waiting until the last possible second, I gathered my courage to walk

Overcoming infertility trauma

The devil is so cunning, isn’t he? Satan takes elements of truth and twists them in such a way that we suspend our free will because we...

Peace, but what a strange peace (4th week of Advent)

The opening of In This House of Brede captured my attention immediately. This 1969 novel by Rumer Godden portrays the lives of religious...

Joy is a choice (3rd week of Advent)

The more we die to ourselves, the more we find God. The more we find God, the more meaning we have in our lives, and we are able to unite..

Faith (2nd week of Advent)

“Jerusalem, take off your robe of mourning and misery; put on the splendor of glory from God forever!” I don’t know about you, but...

Hope alive! (1st week of Advent)

“Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, persevere in prayer.” (Romans 12:12)

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