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Idol Factory

By Kristi Powell
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 10 

Sunlight dappled through the trees on ancient ruins in a tranquil Tunisian wood. The quiet weighed eerily, and the dirt path sloped gently downward. At the bottom, several caves were carved out of the rocky hillside.…

God Cares for the Small Things, Too

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Last month, my husband and I sent off one of our cars to a mechanic. We intended to sell it if the problem we were dealing with could be resolved. As I prepared to have all things pertaining to the car in order, I soon realized the title to our car was nowhere to be found.…

Cultivate What You Crave

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for the Daily Grace Co.  

Our family loves to eat salmon. Whenever we go to Sam’s Club, my 6-year old asks us to buy the big package of fresh salmon. I know it’s farm-raised and doesn’t compare to fresh salmon from Alaska – I can say that from personal experience because I had the blessing of living and working and eating in Anchorage right after college.…

A Prayer for Hard Days

By Joanna Kimbrel
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

It’s been a hard day. 
I’m frustrated. I’m discouraged.
My patience is running out.
God, I’m tired.
I want nothing more than to crawl into bed and forget this day ever happened. …

Hidden Treasure in Daily Surrender

By Philippa Brooks
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 12

It was a Saturday morning in California and my heart was heavy knowing that my husband, Danny, was going into another week of chemotherapy. With a few rounds under his belt, we were all well aware of the difficulties the week ahead held.…

Great is Thy Faithfulness

By Jana White
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

Recently, a counselor friend sat with my husband and me to conduct a marriage and ministry interview for a project he is working on. I certainly didn’t get a sneak peek of the questions before we were asked and recorded, but I did expect there to be questions on struggles in ministry.…

Nothing to Prove

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

During my first pregnancy, I was blissfully ignorant. I was a new nurse in a competitive nurse residency program. I studied cardiac rhythms instead of poring over parenting books. Our immediate friends didn’t have kids, so the topics of our conversations were more often good books and under appreciated hole-in-the-wall restaurants, not the million and one choices involved in parenthood. …

God Will Use Your Brokenness

By Brittany Allen
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 4

We are a broken people, am I right?

Each of us come from various backgrounds and upbringings that shape our character and struggles. We have been broken by others, broken by this world and are undeniably broken at the core of our being.…

He’s Got This

By Marsha Hudson
Guest Contributor

Ah, Sovereign Lord, you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you. 

Jeremiah 32:17

No matter how frequently (or infrequently) I fly, each time I step onboard, walk down the cramped aisle, sit down and buckle the belt that is supposed to save me in the event of a crash, I have the reoccurring thought—there’s something purely magical, even spiritual, about flying. …

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