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Faithful in the Unseen

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

With advanced technology and evolving social media, our devices are daily flooded with curated images intended to give a window into the life of another. We often feel that we are well acquainted with others sheerly by what we see presented on their feeds.…

A Mother’s Reflection on Building a Solid Foundation

By Pam Sigmon 
Guest Contributor 

I became a mother in my early thirties. After twelve years of marriage, my husband and I joyfully welcomed our newborn baby into our home.  We were delighted and completely over the moon in love with this baby for whom we had petitioned the Lord. I left the workforce to become a stay at home mom. Those were precious days in my life, for which I am truly grateful, but if I can be completely honest, it was also an exhausting time. 

I went from working forty hours a week in the workplace to double shifts at home.  Not only was I exhausted from the long days and sleepless nights, I was also clueless about my new role. So many well-intentioned women in my life were telling me to enjoy every single second with my baby, and I often worried that expressing my honest feelings of exhaustion were somehow miscommunicating a message of an ungrateful heart. My working mom friends were telling me how lucky I was to stay at home.…

But Is He Kind?

By Joanna Kimbrel 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

“The Lord is righteous in all His ways.” These words from Psalm 145:17 have often been a comfort to me. A reassuring reminder in the midst of brokenness. I look around and see circumstances that are out of my control, injustice that appears unrighted, and events whose purposes I cannot understand.…

Choosing Joy in our Place 

By Sarah Morrison  
Guest Contributor 

We are fickle creatures, aren’t we? We’re tossed about by our emotions; it isn’t difficult for the Devil or our flesh to woo us towards discontentment. Our house may not be ideal, or we find our limitations frustrating.…

Are You a Moralistic Therapeutic Deist?

By Danielle Dammeyer 
Guest Contributor  

“There is a difference between a Christian worldview and a biblical worldview,” declared a professor during one of my first courses of Bible college. I was a freshman and a brand new believer. Although I had grown up in a Christian home, it wasn’t until my second day at Moody Bible Institute that God truly took hold of my heart and changed my life.…

Laying Down Our Dreams

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

The American Dream is the ideal by which equal opportunity is available to any American, allowing the highest aspirations and goals to be achieved. In essence, the American dream is that you can be anything and anyone you want to be as long as you take risks, work hard and make great achievements.…

Resisting Rest

By Lara d’Entremont
Guest Contributor 

I sighed as I stood next to the video monitor, listening to the poor, tired girl cry from her crib. She was yawning and rubbing her eyes when I arrived to babysit. And yet, despite being exhausted, she resisted sleep like it was a monster out to get her.  

I don’t have children of my own yet, but from what I’ve seen in other people’s children, it seems they resist sleep the more tired they are.…

Making Home

By Caroline Williams 
Guest Contributor 

“Content to fill a little space, if Thou be glorified.” I can still see the simple print framed on her kitchen wall. That afternoon, while her house was fragrant with coffee and children played outside, my teenage self learned a profound lesson. …

Hearts Exposed

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

If you’d asked me what the year 2020 would hold, I am confident I never would’ve considered a pandemic. The current state of our country and our world have changed our courses and led us to make huge adjustments in our lives.…

Gospel Dance

By Courtney Chambers 
Guest Contributor 

I have always admired those who can dance beautifully. They can twirl, jump, and move to the music flawlessly. When you go to a ballet you sit there and watch as they move together telling us a story. We can conclude when watching a ballet though that that was not their first time dancing.…

Anxiety

By Ashley Ladd 
Guest Contributor 

While taking my daughter to her endocrinologist appointment this morning, I cringed as the receptionist pointed to the elevator and said, “It’s on the 5th floor.” I hate elevators. Being on them makes me feel unstable and vulnerable.…

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