Encouragement

God is Not Quarantined

by Kristyn Perez

“Quarantine”—it’s a word I rarely used prior to 2020. I probably could have defined it but had no need to use the word in everyday conversations. Why would I? But now, like everyone else, “quarantine” is a part of my regular vocabulary.…

“Do Your Quiet Time”

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

Growing up in the church, the resounding exhortation I heard in youth group was, “do your quiet time!” Essentially, what the leaders were getting at was this: read the Bible, and pray consistently!…

Believe, and Keep Saying Yes

By Esther Blair 
Guest Contributor 

Have you ever found yourself in a season you never expected, and you feel desperate? Desperate to the point that you are pleading for an answer, for help, for God to show up? Maybe it’s an unforeseen event, or it’s something that’s been building—a sudden disaster, a bad report from a doctor, financial burdens, an unresolved conflict causing strife with someone you love, or worry and fear keeping you from enjoying your present season.…

Waiting Well

By Glenna Marshall 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Most of us are not very good at waiting. Whether we’re anticipating the arrival of a package from Amazon or longing for the Lord to answer a much-prayed prayer, patience isn’t our natural inclination.…

Weary in Advent

By Jana White 
Editor for The Daily Grace Co. 

Are you weary? This year has been one for the books. It has seen a pandemic and a hostile political election, sickness and pain, loss of all kinds, and the list could go on and on for each of you.…

Hope in Sorrowful Seasons

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Death seemed like a rare occurrence until the coronavirus pandemic. I live in New York City, and at the virus’s height last spring, hundreds of lives were claimed every day here. Every morning, my phone was inundated with news notifications…700 lives, 800 lives, 1000 lives.…

The Best Gift Giver

By Kristyn Perez 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

I was sitting with my friend at the local, college coffee shop as she anxiously gripped her steaming coffee mug. She struggled to look me in the eyes. Nervously, she fiddled with her hair and glanced side to side around the room, almost as if to make sure that he wasn’t there. …

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