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Finding Grace in the Hustle Part 2: What to Do When Work Feels Unfruitful

Finding Grace in the Hustle Part 2

In part 2 of this video series “Finding Grace in the Hustle”, we’ll explore the challenge of feeling ineffective in our work. By looking at Genesis 3 and John 15, we’ll find wisdom and strength to grow in both our patience and productivity in our current jobs and careers. Also, if you are looking to develop this daily habit, or want to add fresh vibrancy to this transforming spiritual practice, then visit click here to learn more about The 365…

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Who Runs the World? A Mother’s Day Message and FREE 7-Day Devotional

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  Where would I be without my mom?  She taught me to tie my shoes, slay my own dragons and dream big.  She kissed me goodnight and tucked me in tight so the beds bugs wouldn’t bite.  She taught me my letters and colors and numbers and words.  She placed a band-aid over every scrape and cut.  She baked Christmas sugar cookies with me and sewed all my Halloween costumes.  She drew flowers and balloons and rainbows with me on…

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The Struggle Is Real: Wrestling with God for a New Name

Nicole Smithee

  I’ve been reading my Bible by following a You Version One Year Bible Plan… and earlier this year, I became madly in love again with the book of Genesis- it’s filled with tales of humanity lost and struggling and God making a path for His lost ones to reunite with Him. It’s brutal and bold and barbaric and elegant and miraculous and messy all in one. But perhaps what fascinates me the most about Genesis is that with every…

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NAVIGATING THE NEW WEEK 6: Living Bold in the New

  NAVIGATING THE NEW BIBLE READING PLAN AND WEEKLY PROMISES   And tune in to Instagram Live every morning at 8am EST to explore the daily reading a bit more @nicolereyes_nyc !     DAILY BIBLE READING PLAN   MONDAY:  Matthew 14 Peter left the comfort and safety of the boat and began walking on water to join Jesus.  He did what seemed impossible, and this great act of faith is still talked about today.  As you navigate your new,…

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