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September 26, 2016 by Susie Hawkins | Flourish - Ministry Wives
"The Psalms represent the Bible's own spiritual root system for the great tree we call Christianity." —N.T. Wright In our series on the Psalms, we will be exploring what it means to live  in  a Psalm. Discovering how this book...
September 22, 2016 by Amy Rager | Flourish - Ministry Wives
Trouble brings out the best in some. I am not one of those people. Externally, I may function well and continue on—likely with a smile—but internally, I am shaken more than I care to admit by pain and hardship. I have often doubted God’s goodness, His intentions and His plans for me. There have...
September 19, 2016 by Kathy Ferguson Litton | Flourish - Ministry Wives
Today we launch a series on Finding Ourselves IN the Psalms. You will hear diverse voices share intimate spiritual work with honesty and vulnerability before God. We follow in the footsteps of the original authors who were willing to chronicle their work of the soul before a holy and loving God.
September 15, 2016 by Trevin Wax | Flourish - Ministry Wives
Some of the headlines are ominous. The value of religious liberty is on the decline. Many Americans consider normal Christian beliefs to be “extreme," like Christianity’s foundational truths (such as, Jesus is the only way to God) or like Christianity’s moral vision (Jesus’s strict sexual ethic)....
September 12, 2016 by Jill Waggoner | Flourish - Ministry Wives
My oldest son just turned five, and this age is a joy. He understands the world in new ways every day and is asking tough, thoughtful questions. As a parent, I sense my goals are changing.
September 8, 2016 by Lindsey Amick | Flourish - Ministry Wives
We are talking about the hard parts of ministry that you may not have been prepared for when this season of life became real. Ministry is hard, but it is worth it. Here are a few more tips from someone who is still learning this role, too.
September 5, 2016 by Kathy Ferguson Litton | Flourish - Ministry Wives
The pen is in your hand, the card opened and yet you are paralyzed. What should you say to recognize loss? We truly do want to say something meaningful. Yet we are writing to a fragile heart. Most of us are wise enough to realize we have potential to help or hurt in this small but important gesture.
September 5, 2016 by Lindsey Amick | Flourish - Ministry Wives
When my husband and I married, we were packed and ready for seminary. I felt prepared to be a pastor’s wife. But then, just like a newlywed, I ran face first into this role all gangly and awkward.