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I Don't Know How She Does It

I don’t know how she does it. The ultimate “SHE” that seems to be able to do everything. She takes care of her family, works, has a social life, goes to the gym, hosts parties, does bible studies…I am already tired! The “SHE” that seems to have it all together. 

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LifeLisa ChristineComment
Vulnerability

If I wanted God to be made known here - for His presence to take over this place, for Him to use this, fully surrendered to whatever He was going to do here in the lives of each woman who would sit around this table and in my story here - I had to be fully present. That meant I had to be exposed. I had to be positioned in such a way that God could reveal Himself. 

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LifeJennifer Edewaard Comment
Finding Your Tribe

I decided to take a break from leading for the time being. I was ready to sit under someone else’s leadership for a while. I remember trying to find the right fit for my mom-of-a-preschooler schedule. The list dwindled to just a few options.

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LifeAshley FerrisComment
Songs For the Wilderness

She Leads Daily has curated a playlist of songs for times of lament. There are songs of outrage, songs of doubt and songs of grief. There are songs that question where God is and who we are. These moments of sorrow and confusion lead you to songs that speak the truth of a faithful, unchanging God who never leaves us. 

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LifeErin EastComment
Brunch + Friends

My biggest tip for getting together with friends, which is my secret weapon, is making food the center! I love food and so do most people. Search best brunches in your area and try someplace new. The kitchen is the soul of the home, if you can’t get out, invite someone over and make a fun meal.

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Seeing God in the Everyday

God is so much bigger, better, smarter, capable and more of a completely unsolvable mystery than we ever give Him credit for. Part of the fun and adventure of being a Christian is knowing a God Who can’t be explained and learning to let Him lead the story.

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Can You Relate?

Reading about me four thousand years after I lived, it might be easy to forget about my human-ness or remember that the same things that drove me are often the same things that drive you when life gets really hard.

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