The Ground May Shift but Our Foundation is Strong

The Ground May Shift but Our Foundation is Strong

I’ve recently taken up cycling and I enjoy it. I love being outside to begin with, and there’s something special for me when I’m on my bike with the wind at my back and the bright sun beaming down on my face. It’s refreshing. Of course it doesn’t always work out quite...

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What’s Going On: MLK50, Podcasts, and More

What’s Going On: MLK50, Podcasts, and More

The winter has been long and cold, but bustling with exciting, encouragement, and what I believe to be transformative activity. I wanted to get you an update on where I’ve been and hope that you’ll check out the links below. I’d also love prayer for two projects that...

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Blog Recap, Learning to Rejoice, and More

Blog Recap, Learning to Rejoice, and More

(If you are reading this from your email, remember to click on over to the site to watch the video!) It’s March! How did that happen?! Today I’d like to invite you to watch this short video where I recap my article “Rethinking Busy,” explore one way we can learn to...

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Three Ways We Can Relate to God as our Father

Three Ways We Can Relate to God as our Father

When I lost my father in 1997, I thought my little world might crash around me. Even as I think about it now, my heart begins to pound and my eyes well up with tears. I was 19 years old at the time and I don’t know if there’s anything more precious to a little girl...

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Come Like Little Children

Come Like Little Children

My daughter loves to give gifts. Almost weekly she comes home with something to give to me. “I made this for you, Mommy,” she’ll say grinning and looking endearingly at me with her big brown eyes. Last year, she wrapped a Christmas gift for me and couldn’t wait for me...

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Love and Run

Love and Run

One of the many benefits of writing, especially when I wrote for my local paper, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, is meeting various people from all walks of life. It is truly a blessing. One such meeting happened several years ago, when I interviewed a widow about her...

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Social Media: Handling the Habit

Social Media: Handling the Habit

(New Year’s resolutions were never something I was committed to in the past. However, I’m approaching 2018 differently. Over the last few weeks I’ve been sharing my goals and focus for the new year, along with thoughts and tidbits about how you might join me. You can...

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Social Media: Analyzing the Habit

Social Media: Analyzing the Habit

(New Year’s resolutions were never something I was committed to in the past. However, I’m approaching 2018 differently. Over the last few weeks I’ve been sharing my goals and focus for the new year, along with thoughts and tidbits about how you might join me. You can...

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Fuzzy Brain and My Testimony

Fuzzy Brain and My Testimony

The right side of my face is throbbing and I haven’t stopped sneezing since last Thursday. That’s the current state I am in. Although I was just diagnosed with the flu yesterday (Monday), I believe I’ve had it for almost a week. In a few days’ time I’ll likely be...

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Tools and Strategies for Using Time Well

Tools and Strategies for Using Time Well

(New Year’s resolutions were never something I was committed to in the past. However, I’m approaching 2018 differently. Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing my goals and focus for the new year, along with thoughts and tidbits about how you might join me. You can...

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About Trillia Newbell


Trillia Newbell is the author of Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves and United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity.

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