November 2015 Final Issue
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Selah With Sarah

Homeschooling & Identity

This month Sarah answers the question: If I decide to homeschool my kids, will I give up my own identity? This is a relevant and important question that I’ve wrestled with quite a few times through the years. I have ...

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Lap Lanes – Part II

Last month I lightened things up a bit and “jumped in the pool” with Part I of taking life lessons from swimming in the Lap Lanes. This month I’ll continue teaching life parallels from my gym workouts. Lesson #6 – ...

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Lap Lanes

Recently, while swimming laps, I began to formulate life lessons from my morning workout. The practical tools I’ve learned from proper pool etiquette often mirror everyday situations in life. Lesson #1 - Be Aware of your Boundaries It’s important to ...

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A Model For Suffering

As I’ve talked to and prayed with several women in recent weeks about painful situations in their lives, I have found myself thinking about a truth that was shared with my mother many years ago by a great lady named ...

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The Light Show

A friend recently asked me how I fit a quiet time into my busy life. In this month’s column I’ll describe a recent event and how it changed my outlook on quiet times. This term may be unfamiliar to some. Many people call ...

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Grace Thinking

Recently, I was presented with an opportunity to share what I call Grace Thinking: learning to think well of others with my two almost teenage daughters. What is Grace Thinking? It is when we think well of others when something ...

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Drawing Near To God

This week, I have been listening to the worship music from the Passion 2015 conference. One of the songs led me to begin meditating on the concept of “drawing near” to God. Throughout the week I have asked myself questions ...

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You Don’t Have Any Color

Shortly before she passed away last year, my mom recounted a story to me. Although I had heard the story before, in hearing it again, I was reminded of my mother’s deep desire to do her small part to bring ...

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Filling The Donut “Whole”

About 15 years ago, my husband was out in the woods having a three-hour quiet time for several days in a row because of a bet in his men’s small group. That bet, which required each man to accumulate five ...

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Making Resolutions

The month of January, and the start of a new year, can bring mixed blessings for many. It brings the end of one year, good or bad, and the expectation of the New Year approaching. For me, we celebrate my ...

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Selah With Sarah: An Intro

Greetings. My name is Sarah Bramblett. I’ll be contributing monthly to The Kingdom Life Now in this column beginning January 2015. The idea of writing a column of some sort has been percolating in me for quite some time. Many ...

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