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 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_

Be a Gift to the Grieving

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

As the holidays approach, there will undoubtedly be many who set the table this year faced with the reality of a seat unfilled, a plate unused, and a presence un-forgotten. The loss of a loved one brings a subtle sadness to once cheerful traditions and celebrations.…

Making the Most of the Lord’s Time

By Aubrey Coleman  
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

When looking to the week to come, do you grab your calendar and prioritize the events of the week, filling in the spaces with extra housework or errands? Or do you prepare for scheduling in prayer, asking God to shape your time in the way He desires it to be spent?…

A Prayer for Election Day

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Father in Heaven, 

You are Maker and Creator of all things. 
You reign over heaven and earth, visible and invisible. 
You reign over all rulers and authorities. 
You reign over kingdoms and nations. 
All things were created by You, through You, and for You. 

Your Word reminds us that nothing exists outside of Your sovereign rule. 
You number and order our days. 
You know all things from beginning to end. 
You are never surprised. 
Your plans and purposes are never thwarted. 
You sustain all things by Your powerful Word.…

5 Lies of the Materialism Idol

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

1. You are more valuable when you have valuable things. 
There are several reasons we are lured to idolize material things, one of which leads us to believe that our human value is dependent on how valuable our things are.…