Gabby Douglas and What We Say on the Internet

Gabby Douglas and What We Say on the Internet

Social media has made a way for strangers to share their opinion, often anonymously, and with little to no accountability. It’s awfully strange to me. I’m not setting myself apart from the crowd. I’ve definitely shared my opinion through social media, but it isn’t...

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Can You Be Hospitable with Little?

Can You Be Hospitable with Little?

I love to host people in my home—the more the merrier! The idea of one day owning a bed-and-breakfast and preparing a meal for strangers who have traveled far and wide, preparing all the Southern fixin’s you can imagine (eggs, bacon, grits, biscuits, gravy), makes...

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Don’t Wait to Encourage

Don’t Wait to Encourage

I woke up smiling this morning after the most pleasant dream. My oldest sister, Alicia, has been on my mind a lot over the past few weeks. In my dream, she was hunting for something odd and, if I remember correctly, it was a device that measures body temperature. Yep,...

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Are Olympians More Than Their Sport?

Are Olympians More Than Their Sport?

As I caught myself watching the Olympic handball competition, I knew I was a big fan of the Olympic Games. I’m all in! I’m sucked into every event and competition (gotta get stuff done but can’t stop watching!). It’s been a joy watching these Olympians compete and...

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Stewardship, Stories, and You

Stewardship, Stories, and You

At the beginning of the year, there are many of my friends who choose a word that they hope will be “their” word for the year. Words like: gratitude, peace, balance, and flourish. They then spend the year thinking about the word, if I understand correctly, trying to...

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Be a Thinking People

Be a Thinking People

I’d like to start this post with a confession. When I first became a Christian, I took everyone’s insight and perspective on faith as gold. Every book I read, every speaker I heard, every friend’s spiritual advice or opinions were to me almost as sure as the Bible. I...

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How the Tour de France Is Teaching Me about Selflessness

How the Tour de France Is Teaching Me about Selflessness

Over the past few years, I’ve become a cycling enthusiast. This year, I’ve taken my enjoyment from going out for a ride to learning about the sport, its history, and the key players of today. As a result, I’ve been following the 2016 Le Tour de France closely. I’ve...

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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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