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Too Busy for Fellowship by Jenny Reese Clark

2017-07-24T16:09:18+00:00 July 24th, 2017|Jenny Reese Clark|

I could hear the urgency in her voice long before she made it up the apartment steps. With every forward step, came another request, complaint, need or want from the two children circling anxiously around her. Having noticed the new welcome mat across the hall nearly two weeks ago, I too was eager for her [...]

Adult Peer Pressure by Jill Savage

2017-07-03T17:56:10+00:00 July 3rd, 2017|Jill Savage|

After spending a year writing our Living With Less So Your Family Has More book, my husband and I really began to think about the reality of adult peer pressure. The words “peer pressure” usually refer to the pressure to conform that teenagers experience. But if we’re honest, peer pressure doesn’t stop after the teen [...]

The Truth About Lysa Terkeurst, Ministry, and Single Moms by Jennifer Maggio

2017-06-20T19:42:46+00:00 June 20th, 2017|Jennifer Maggio, the life of a single mom ministries|

Like many of you, I read Lysa Terkeurst’s blog regarding the recent loss of her 25-year marriage. Through tears, I read the devastation and pain in Lysa’s words, as she had tried hard to salvage the marriage, suffered through the pain of infidelity, and walked the hard walk of addiction with her husband. I knew [...]

National TLSM Single Moms Conference is 100 Days Away!

2017-06-14T13:31:25+00:00 June 14th, 2017|Uncategorized|

      Are you ready to experience a life-changing weekend at the National TLSM Single Moms Conference?! This year's 2017 national conference for single moms features Crystal Tullos, Kev On Stage, and Jennifer Maggio, and it is just 100 DAYS AWAY... Single Moms and their supporters will gather from all over the nation. Will [...]

Speak Life by Jenny Reese Clark

2017-05-22T03:59:48+00:00 June 5th, 2017|Jenny Reese Clark|

The bitter words leaped off my tongue and were audible before I had enough energy to restrain them. Once heard, the damage was done. There was nothing I could do to remove the painful sight of seeing my son respond to my affections in tears. Through the lenses of his smudge stained glasses, shame presented [...]