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Advent Week One: Hope

Have you ever wondered why some Christians celebrate Advent before Christmas? Why do they do it and what’s it all about?

Journey with me this month as we explore this tradition.

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Guest Writers

A Journey Toward Self-Love: Science & God Working Together

I think today’s post, written by my truly beautiful friend, Kaila, will resonate with a lot of you! She is vulnerable and courageous with this post, and shares something I think a lot of us struggle with.

Have you felt this way before:

“I have had a tumultuous relationship with my body for as long as I can remember. For most of my life I have felt uncomfortable in my skin, in my body. ”

If so, keep reading!

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Do You Trust Your Emotions?

Emotions can powerfully connect you to God and others. They can do anything from set a tone in a room to help you push past obstacles and achieve great accomplishments. They’re what makes you feel alive!

If they can do all of these things, then you should trust them right? Aren’t your emotions supposed to be what guides your decisions?

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Enjoy Christmas Financially Strong

Buying Christmas presents can be overwhelming. There’s presents for family, friends, coworkers, sports teammates, kids, neighbours, charities, etc.

Find out how to enjoy giving gifts this year without feeling worry and regret afterwards.

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Are You Too Busy?

How have you been? I’m guessing you’re going to say busy. That’s the common theme I’m hearing from most people these days, as they look at me with weary eyes.

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Inspire Hope Podcast

Episode 11 – The Cost of Freedom

We appreciate the peace we can have because of the price our brave men and women have paid for our freedom. We understand war does immense damage and that soldiers more often than not are greatly affected by this. Today, we want to remind you that there’s always hope! Someone understands the price you’ve paid and how to heal your deeply marked wounds. Listen to the episode to find out more.

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Tomorrow we remember our soldiers; those who’ve lost their lives, those who’ve lost part of their lives, and the families who love and support them. War is atrocious and boldly displays the evil in this world. However, even in dark days and horrible members of wars gone by, there’s still hope

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