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Standing in the Gap

Jennifer Mobley Thompson

In one of my first posts for Grace & Such, The Constants of Change, I eluded to a very rough 2005. My husband, Todd, resigned his position in Little Rock, Arkansas, and accepted a job in the Northwest suburbs of Philadelphia. That was a huge decision and one that wasn’t taken lightly. In fact, it…

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A Friend for the Seasons

Rachel Ellis

“How do I have friends now?” I questioned the dark room echoing with newborn screams. “Who will want to be friends with this mess? And what will we do together?” Friendship started with fun. Playing tag on the playground, climbing trees, hitting crab apples with tennis racquets in the backyard. Friends meant sleepovers and ice…

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Responsible Friendship

Rebecca Montie Preston

Hebrews is a book full of wonderful nuggets. I taught a Bible Study on it several years ago and thought it was a timely message for our own age. It was written for the express purpose of encouraging and exhorting the believers during a precarious time for Christians. The Church was experiencing a lack of…

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Make New Friends

Beth Bingaman

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching. ~Hebrews 10:24-25 Children are not the only ones who need friends at church.…

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