Learning to Be Content

Some of our cars won’t fit in the garage because of the treadmill or ab cruncher that promised to make us into a fitness magazine model. Unfortunately, we find ourselves back again on the hamster wheel of dissatisfaction.
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Katie Eats: Healthier Burgers

Spring and summer months are filled with backyard cookouts and can easily lead to eating an unhealthy diet. So, I’m sharing with you some simple recipes for making delicious burgers with lots of healthier options.
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God, Please, Just One Year?

Driving away into the dark, cold, foggy morning, she sighs, thinking about how cozy her roommates must feel, nestled in their warm beds. But, teachers cannot sleep in. The students will not wait.
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A Change of Heart and Mind

God was challenging my perspective. As I desired to seek Christ more fully, God was teaching me to decrease. You see, my happy, content, four-and-no-more family wasn’t the problem. It was my thinking, “This is it. What more could I want?” that was hindering God’s plan. In Christ, there’s always more.
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A Dream Come True

Christian counseling can be life-changing. It’s not because counselors have magical powers or give lots of great advice, but because God can work powerfully through them to speak His healing truth into your life.

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Too Attached

To date, we’ve loved, cared for, and poured into more than 20 children, and we’ve let them all go, except for the two children we are currently raising. So many people question how we are able to love and let go. We hear over and over again, “How do you do it? I would get too attached.” I began to think, “Is too attached even a thing?”
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The Heavens Are Telling…LOOK UP!

On August 21, 2017, my hometown of Columbia, SC was abuzz with the Total Eclipse Event. The last one on record was 99 years ago, so this once-in-a-life-time event was a pretty big deal, not only in South Carolina, but also across the globe. Thousands of people poured into our city and around our state to see it firsthand. Around 8100 people filled the Riverbanks Zoo area alone, and thousands more were uptown, downtown and all around town.
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In All Things

While she reports on anything from new jobs coming to the area to the impact of devastating floods to the brave fight of a cancer patient, Mary’s focus is always the same — to be a voice for those who do not have one.
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Saddle Up and Soar

When asked, “How does your faith come alive in this program?” Corky, the ‘mother’ of Dream Riders responded, “God is with us in everything, every step we take, choosing every horse, He’s in this place. He lives here.”
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