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In challenging seasons trust that God is present and presiding. An article by Mary Diggs

Managing Challenging Seasons

I have a good friend who has a saying, “Everybody has STUFF!” That’s her way of saying each of us has our own set of challenges. It’s usually her response when we learn of a friend or an acquaintance who’s going through a challenging season in life. Let’s face it, many people we interact with daily are dealing with “STUFF” that we have no clue about. If you think you’re the only one navigating through life’s difficulties, just take your focus off yourself for a moment. When you look around, you’ll see a whole world filled with people trying to manage the vicissitudes of life the best way they know how. We’d be wise to extend them grace. The same grace we so desperately need.

Keys to Standing Strong in Every Season

Keys to Standing Strong in Every Season

Life can be a challenge, at times it can be down-right difficult. We all walk through seasons where we feel as if we are barely hanging on. Seasons of discouragement, failure and even unfulfilled dreams can cause us to waiver in our faith. The disappointment of marriage, motherhood, and even ministry can lead us to doubt. Perhaps, you’ve been faced with a difficult season of health or financial issues; hardships that linger can cause us to lose hope. The longer the season, the more difficult it can be to stand. In seasons like these it’s so important that we are rooted and grounded in truth.

Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread

INGREDIENTS: 2 cups Pumpkin (or 1 15oz can)1 cup vegetable oil3 cups of sugar4 eggs3 1/4 c flour1 tsp baking powder1 tsp baking soda1 tsp clove powder1 tsp nutmeg2 tsp salt1 tsp cinnamon DIRECTIONS: Stir dry ingredients together. Then, mix pumpkin, oil, sugar, and beaten eggs in another bowl. Add wet to dry and stir. …

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As a pastor’s wife for 20 years, I have over and over again, seen people search for means of fulfilling themselves. I find it truly heartbreaking to watch.