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a displaced hope

Posted by Amy Ruepke on

My husband Tim and I have lived in Liberty, MO now for 4 years.  When we moved to Liberty, our now oldest, Wynndal (Wynn) was 6 months old.  It was a major life transition for us, as I’d just lost my job, Tim just started a new job (he’s an Associate Pastor at our church…

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In weakness comes strength

Posted by Carrie Flener on

Today Jeni is sharing her heart with us.  She is a Christ-follower, a full time stay-at-home mom, and a part time photographer at Acres of Hope Photography (www.aohphotography.com). She has a passion for ministering and encouraging new moms through the challenges and struggles that often comes with raising little ones. She believes in embracing who…

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helping our kids when life is hard

Posted by Carrie Flener on

Hi!  I’m Christina and am 33 (#sameageasjesus ) I married my high school sweetheart…we’ve been a couple for 18 years…and I can honestly say he’s still my favorite person in the world. We have four children and one very old and funny chocolate lab. I enjoy good music, traveling, exploring, reading, strong coffee and sweets.…

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It’s a process

Posted by Carrie Flener on

I went to the orthodontist today. Not something I thought I would say at my age. You see, I had braces in middle school and thought that stage of my life was over. Well, recently my teeth started shifting and it was messing up my bite. The orthodontist said it was a necessity to change…

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Building Our Kingdoms

Posted by Carrie Flener on

Have you ever had that moment… You’re sitting in church…and as the pastor is speaking it all-of-a-sudden feels like you are the only one he is talking to.  It has nothing to do with eye contact or where you’re sitting in the room, but instead, everything to do with the words coming out of his…

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