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Who Jesus Says You Are

The most insidious and damaging identity lie victims of sexual abuse believe is that they are forever stained and disgraced; not just physically but in in the very core of their being and dignity as a woman. “He robbed me…

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At the Feet of Christ

A friend and I were recently together during Adoration and she said to me, “I have to spend more time gazing on the Cross.  I notice that you look at the Cross a lot.” Her words seemed to penetrate my…

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Own Your Belovedness

Megan beautifully presents the important challenge of owning our own belovedness and opening our hearts that we might see the belovedness of others, even those who cause us difficulty or annoyance.
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