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A Letter to My Enemy | You Can’t Kill Me

I re-read the letter. It has become a ritual. A letter penned through the cries of praise.  Every year, at the same time – February – the date of my cancer diagnosis. I re-read the letter to remember. Remember the miracle God did through a battle for my life, and my soul.  I take just a moment… Read more »

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A Glance Back | What These Scars Mean to Me

There are certain life moments etched within us which require us to glance back through time and remember. To be reminded how far we have traveled through the struggles and trials with God faithfully by our side.

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5 Ways to Focus on Spiritual Health

Most of us don’t think about making a plan for our spiritual growth, but just as we would make a workout plan, a healthy meal plan, or a to-do list of projects to complete, we should also make a strategy for our spiritual health.

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A Conversation with Wendy Blight – Part 2

To celebrate today’s release of her new Bible Study, “I Know His Name, I’d love to share with you A Conversation with Wendy Blight about her passion for Bible Study.

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Praying to God Our Promise-Keeper

Without prayer, we will never get to know the promise-keeping side of God. In order to know our Promise-Keeper, we’ve got to interact with Him. Pray to Him. And more than just pray, pray His promises … His Word … back to Him.

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A Conversation with Wendy Blight – Part 1

My friend, Wendy Blight, is releasing a new Bible Study, I Know His Name: Discovering Power in the Names of God. Wendy teaches how the very names of God reveal His character and heart. I’d love to share with you part one of “A Conversation with Wendy Blight” about Writing Books and Bible Studies

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Failing to Transform Will Cause Us to Conform – Romans 12:2

Now more than ever Christians must know what the Word of God says. We won’t learn what He says through browsing social media and letting someone else do our Bible studying for us, regurgitating their version of the Word (and, yes, that even includes this blog and all of the writers here at Real Women). It is so very vital we become students of Jesus, asking Him to sit with us daily and show us Himself in the Word.