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HE IS. Peace.

Ashley Jorgenson, GFC Waters “Peace” was my word for 2020. At the beginning of the year, this word was perfect. It was fitting. I felt peace. I had peace about everything lined up for this year. I was going to get a new job. I had mission trips and vacations planned. I had the best friends. The best family. I was in a perfect place in my relationship. Finances and health were good. For the first time in a long time, I felt complete peace about every area in my life. Then the “real 2020” showed up. COVID. Lost job opportunities. Family moved away. Friends strayed. My seemingly perfect relationship became rocky. Close loved ones faced health problems. That perfect peace that I previously felt started to slip away. For the first in my life, I felt true anxiety. My new word for 2020 started to become ‘anxious’. The COMPLETE
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By Nathalie Corniel   Isaiah 40:29-31 He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Even youth grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and
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Thieves of Peace

By Jennifer Clements, GFC Land O’ Lakes How do you feel about porch pirates? We’ve all seen videos of people stealing long-awaited packages of Christmas presents and unknown treasure. To
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Holding Thoughts Hostage

By Lisa Tobias, GFC South Tampa I have a daughter who challenges me and often exhausts me. If you’ve ever dealt with a defiant child then you’ve probably experienced the
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By Jennifer Clements, GFC Land O’ Lakes   When an offense comes, are we controlled by our emotions? Recently, I learned a very valuable lesson after one of my Zoom
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Freedom to Rest

By Nathalie Corniel My desire is to be a source of encouragement as we grow deeper in God’s truth to give hope to a hurting world. We can only give
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By Pam Otto, GFC Van Dyke Earlier this year, my daughter encouraged me to choose a word that would be used as an inspiration or encouragement for 2020. She thought
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