Monthly Archives: November 2017

Unexpected: Gratitude In Grief- Part 2 || Keisha Hill

I’ve been trying for days to find words for this post.  Honestly, I’ve been trying for years to find words, because my heart just doesn’t know how to reconcile grief.  Grief was not how God created us.  Oh, it’s natural alright, but that’s all after the fall of Adam and Eve.  God created mankind to […]

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Unexpected: Gratitude In Grief || Keisha Hill

Everyone experiences grief.  It’s a natural part of the human experience.  After all, the Bible tells us: For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; A time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; A […]

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Unexpected: Gratitude In Internal Suffering || Jessica Bolyard

Gratitude can seem juuuust out of reach sometimes, can’t it? Because gratitude – as we usually think of it – is an internal reaction to an external stimulus. (Wow. That sounds an awful lot like high school science. Yikes.) Something happens outside of ourselves – something good or bad or neutral comes into our lives […]

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