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Becoming Wholly His

starAn inspirational writer, teacher, and speaker, Shauna Wallace burns with passion to see women experience the fullness of God's grace, faithfulness, peace, joy, protection, and provision by becoming wholly His. Continue reading…

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Want Peace?

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Want peace? Let the peace of God rule your heart like an umpire: “Safe!”

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When Our Souls Crave Heaven

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When our soul longs for eternity, heaven is the haven for which it longs. Regardless of the haven, though, it can never rival heaven. Perhaps a haven, then, is just heaven without the eternal aspect of true rest and salvation for our souls.

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Be of Good Cheer

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“Be of good cheer,” says Jesus, “I have overcome the world.” Yes, that we might have peace in Him. Friend, He has already overcome that which threatens to overcome you. Be of good cheer!

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The Branch that Abides in the Vine Grows

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Just like physical growth, we can’t force spiritual growth. In fact, I’m learning the less effort and the more resting, the greater the evidence of Christ in me because He is the One doing the work. He is the One growing me. Producing fruit. The more we abide, the more He we grow in Him.

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Teenager, You Think You’re Missing Out, and You Are…

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Sometimes when we think we’re missing out on something, we miss out on what God has right before us, and in that, we really are missing out!

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Monday Meat: I Need HELP!!!

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Have you ever found yourself cruising through life, feeling like you’ve got everything under control – there’s peace in your home and heart, family and circumstances – and suddenly you’re figuratively or literally flat on your face before God able to utter only one, single word: “Help!”? Good! Here’s why.

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