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Friends Don’t Let Friends Continue in Sin

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

“Friends don’t let friends drink decaf coffee,” is a jovial meme in a post that I scroll past on my social media feed. Because this phrase is often used humorously, I was surprised to learn that, “friends don’t let friends,” was actually coined by a drunk driving slogan in the 1980s that read: “Friends don’t let friends drink and drive.” This expression is often used to discourage inappropriate, harmful, undesirable, or unwanted behaviors.…

What I Have to Offer

By Kelsey Lasher 
Guest Contributor 

I’m sitting silently, listening to the conversation around the dinner table. My friends have gathered over plates of hamburgers and corn on the cob and all the fruits that summer has to offer, leaning in to fill their bodies with the products of sunlight and warmth.…

When Jealousy Pervades the Heart 

By Jana White   
Editor for The Daily Grace Co. 

There are many threats to a church and community of believers. The enemy would like nothing more than for the reputation of a community of believers, and therefore, the reputation of Christ, to be marred due to dissension and contempt.…

Learning to be Deeply Rooted

By Bethany Mathis 
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 4 

A few weeks ago my four-year-old daughter came home from school and asked if we could plant a flower. She had learned that day about how plants grow and was beyond excited to watch one grow herself.…

Who Will Be with You in the Fire? 

By Sarah Morrison
Former Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

We’ve all been through fires—burnt, scorned, and seared. And as long as our feet are planted on this earth, we will go through more. There is no shortage of suffering for this world to dole out to its inhabitants—relationships, jobs, and bodies have all been ravaged by a broken and dissonant world—a world that needs more of Jesus. …

Accountability Relationships

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

In the middle of government orders to stay at home during Covid-19, many of us found ourselves alone in our homes with little human interaction. Aside from a roommate, a spouse, children, or parents, many of us were forced to see friends virtually through our phones and computer screens.…

Am I My Sister’s Keeper? 

By Jana White 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

Last semester, our women walked through the first twelve chapters of Genesis. This long been some of my most favorite Scripture—after all, it sets the stage for the entire Bible and helps us better understand those proceeding events in the Bible.…

The Groom We Need

By Joy Lopes 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

How often do we think about the church as a bride in desperate need of a groom? This imagery is all throughout Scripture, just take a look at Hosea. So maybe you think about this every day, but I know I could use the reminder in my propensity to forget how needy I am.…

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