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Tag Archives: 2014-Nov

One Year Anniversary

It hardly seems possible that we are celebrating our first anniversary. A year ago, we began this amazing journey with our premiere issue. Little did we know then how successful the magazine would become. We are in awe of how ...

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Staff Favorite Picks

The past year has been such a blessing to everyone on staff at TKLN. We want to thank each of our contributors for sharing their time and stories with us. While we gained wisdom and insight from every article, there ...

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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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Inspired By Nancy Drew

When I was young, I loved Nancy Drew books. I consumed them faster than a canister of Pringles potato chips. The plots were suspenseful and Nancy was an inspiration. I dreamed of being just like her. She was an assertive ...

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Thankful For The Hard Names

This is not a guilt-ridden article on how thankful we should be for what we have. How women in third-world countries are sweeping dirt floors and patching thatched roofs. How children stand in line for a cup of milk distributed ...

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Prison Is Not Just A Location

Surreal… As I exited the car and began walking up the cold stone path, I could not believe I was back after all these years. The light gray buildings, the tall fence and the barbwire at the top made it ...

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Glazed Apple Maple Coffee Cake

Cake: 1 box cinnamon streusel muffin mix (Betty Crocker or Krusteez) ½ cup water ¼ cup vegetable oil 2 eggs 2 small to medium-sized apples – peeled, cored and diced small ¼ cup pure maple syrup Pre-heat oven to 425 ...

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The Last Word

We have a plethora of systems in this world. Like well-oiled machines these systems not only do what they were created to do, but more…much more. Many of the systems of this world found their origins in the fulfilling or ...

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Empowering Women in Leadership

Sometimes I wonder if the topic of women in leadership is the “final frontier” of our day. (Now just for fun, imagine my best Star Trek voice.) These are the voyages of women everywhere. Their lifetime mission: to explore strange ...

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What Do You Have To Offer

I almost missed out on friendships with two amazing women because of one ridiculous lie. Two years ago, I noticed a woman at church who had such an inviting face – the kind of smile that draws you in and ...

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Write Time Write Now!

I am often asked, “Did you always want to be a writer and speaker?” The answer is not a simple one. I believe I always felt the pull of God’s Spirit to communicate with everyone around me. Just ask my ...

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