Keep Coloring

September 10, 2020 | Jaci Miller

Andy scribbled once with the white crayon and paused. No marks showed on the white paper. “Keep going,” I said. “You can’t see it now, but we’ll see your coloring later.” In the past, many of my toddler...

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Keep Coloring: Extra Resources

September 10, 2020 | Jaci Miller

Note: This is the second part of the Keep Coloring blog, you might want to read part one if you haven't already! Tips from My Own Life for Managing Depression and Anxiety Depression and anxiety are multifaceted illnesses with a range of...

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Standing with God

September 1, 2020 | Jaci Miller

“You should stand on your chair.” Nah. I ignored that voice and kept worshiping. I was comfortable with worship and the various postures often associated with it. Hands raised, kneeling, lying on the ground, even using sign language...

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Mules and Liars

August 25, 2020 | Megan Schemenauer

Similes often exist because of consistent evidence that something is true: for example, his eyes are “as blue as the sea” or a scent that smells “as fresh as spring.” More often than not, the sea does appear blue on the...

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Deadly Distractions

August 18, 2020 | Megan Schemenauer

The sleek red body gleamed in the morning sun as she slipped into her parking space each morning, drawing eyes, oohs, and aahs from all across the playground.  I was only in elementary school, but in a parking lot full of basic and sensible...

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