Aubrey Coleman

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Aubrey Coleman lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, Chad, and serves alongside him at Oakhurst Baptist Church. She is a former staff writer at The Daily Graco Co. Additionally, she is a biblical counselor, holding an M.A. in Christian counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. She teaches and writes with a deep love for God’s Word and a desire to share with others the transforming power of the gospel. You can follow more of her writing on Instagram @ _aubreycoleman_

Growing in Gratitude

by Aubrey Coleman

How often does ungratefulness plague the world we live in? Whether discontentment, unmet expectations, difficult seasons, or a sheer lack of acknowledgment of God’s blessings, these scenarios can all encourage a lack of gratitude. When we lack gratitude, we become blind to all the ways God has continually and bountifully provided for us, and we miss the opportunity to celebrate His work in our hearts and lives.…

God is Good

by Aubrey Coleman

A firm billed hat lightly dusted with farm debris sat on my grandpa’s desk. The words in bold covered the front of the hat, “GOD IS GOOD” My grandpa wore that hat a handful of times to my memory, and he always accompanied wearing it with a story.…

Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament

by Aubrey Coleman

Originally published on The Daily Grace Co. blog on October 11, 2021

The wonderful story of the Bible—all 66 books—is about creation, fall, redemption, and glory. And the story of Jesus—the One who makes redemption possible–begins in the very first pages of the Bible.…

Spontaneous Hospitality

by Aubrey Coleman  

Hospitality is a wonderful way we, as Christians, are able to open our lives and homes to share the love and hope of Jesus. Whether a home-cooked meal or simply inviting someone over to pray together and encourage one another, hospitality is a gift.…

5 Midnight Meditations for Motherhood

by Aubrey Coleman 

Motherhood is a journey, a delight, and a challenge all the same. Some days we may feel like we can do it all, and other days we fall flat on our faces. It’s a great privilege and a great responsibility, but we are remiss if we think we can do motherhood on our own. While…

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