The Unhurried Ox

By: Yvette Cherry“Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you’ll recover your life. I’ll show you how to take a real rest. Walk with me and work with me—watch how I do it. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. I won’t lay...

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Local Manly Pastor says the African Church is Thriving

By: Laura BennettThis week Manly Life Church Pastor Tim Gionvanelli will take a team of four to see the work of African Enterprise in Kenya. Visiting some their development work in the slums, an orphanage school, and learning about their Foxfires gap year program, Tim believes the team will be...

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The Healing Power of Forgiveness

By: Annette SpurrCarolann’s life began on the devastated, post World War II streets of London, when Londoners still shook with fear at every loud noise, believing that war could reignite at any given moment. In fact, the government of the day encouraged Londoners to take up cigarettes and...

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The Healing Power of Forgiveness

By: Annette SpurrCarolann’s life began on the devastated, post World War II streets of London, when Londoners still shook with fear at every loud noise, believing that war could reignite at any given moment. In fact, the government of the day encouraged Londoners to take up cigarettes and...

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Attack of the Pear

By: Laura Bennett Pear /pɛː/ noun A green, spotty, funny-shaped fruit that doesn’t taste good unless combined with walnuts and balsamic vinegar. Pear-shaped / adjective Lumpy, bottom-heavy, kinda weird, not ideal. Sometimes life goes truly pear-shaped. It happens to all of us in different ways,...

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Navigating Beauty and Body Image with Teen Daughters

By: Focus On The Family Jessie Minassian encourages women to “unplug” from advertising and accept God’s definition of true beauty. Part 1 Teen girls and young women face an onslaught of media and advertising that sells a certain beauty standard — but it’s all fake! It’s time we stopped...

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