Daughters of the Deep

3 Keys to Maintaining Peace

Do you ever tell yourself you’ll finally have peace when the house is clean and de-cluttered? The kids get along or when that one relationship is restored? Or maybe when you are financially set, and debt is paid off. I am constantly waiting for an old weary season to be over and new exciting season… Continue reading 3 Keys to Maintaining Peace

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Several Ways to Have the Worst Day Ever

The enemy has no new tricks up his sleeve. He is as cunning and shrewd today as he was in the Garden thousands of years ago. Nothing has changed. We fall into the same traps and believe the same lies, allowing him to steal joy, time, finances, and purpose. Before we know it, our perfectly… Continue reading Several Ways to Have the Worst Day Ever

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When All You Want is Chocolate

It’s only halfway through the first month of the New Year, and failure has already begun to overtake you. You’re standing at the sink and your teenage son slams the door and screams, “It’s stupid!” It really is stupid. It’s stupid I can’t get this parenting thing right. Two weeks into the New Year and… Continue reading When All You Want is Chocolate

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Advent Devotional (Week 4): Let’s Not Forget…He is

Each week during the Advent season, I am featuring a devotional on who Jesus is, to help us prepare our hearts for Christ’s birth. Isn’t it interesting how the holidays have this way of magnifying life? The good feels really good, and the hard parts seem really hard, almost unbearable. Some of us just can’t… Continue reading Advent Devotional (Week 4): Let’s Not Forget…He is

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Advent Devotional (Week 2): When All Hope Seems Lost

“Now Jesus loved Martha, her sister, and Lazarus” John 11:5. In his bedroom, after his shower, while I am getting his pajamas out of the drawer, he points to the scar on his chest. “Do you see this on my chest? This is where God healed me.” He is six and marked. “And this one… Continue reading Advent Devotional (Week 2): When All Hope Seems Lost