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My Happily Ever After

True confession: I love Hallmark movies. On a cold winter’s night there’s nothing I like more than cozying up with a blanket to watch one of the station’s cheesy chick flicks. Yes, I know, the stories are always the same. A single woman feels a void in her life, meets the man of her dream—and boom! Everything falls into place, and they live happily ever after.

Receiving God's Unity

February is Black History Month

The Azusa Street Revival marked a seismic shift in the history of Christianity. Those who sought God there were rewarded by a new experience with the Holy Spirit characterized by miraculous signs, a wave of new salvations, and powerful worship.

Don't Ask

Getting a Mentor and Being a Mentor

January is National Mentoring Month, and while often recognized as a time to reach the youth in our communities, the value of mentorship is true for people of all ages. Young women in our churches around the world are craving someone to glean from—to talk through spiritual struggles with, or for gaining practical family and marriage advice.

Power of Vulnerability in Your Leadership

Let’s talk about vulnerability—a deeply sacred place, but also a necessary venture for all, especially those in ministry. It’s hard, messy, and at times, it hurts. Here are three ways that prove beneficial to you and to the body.