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How Much Does Your Life Cost? – Godinterest Christian Blogs – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); Worth. It’s such a powerful thing. The word is used to indicate how valuable something is, usually the value of an expensive car or your dream house. But also, commonly, it is used to describe a person’s life. We are constantly yearning and seeking to be worth something to someone else. In society, we are constantly told to live your life, your way – your worth being meaningful only to yourself. But you are…

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breaking the break – Lucy Mills – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); When you’ve taken a break from something – whether deliberately or not – it can sometimes feel tough to re-start. I think this is often true for writers. Not all. Some people churn out words, have no problems with motivation or discipline and even when they are time-poor, squeeze writing into that one small patch of available time. Kudos to them. Very commendable. Not very me. It’s true of this too – writing this…

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Press ‘D’ for Depression | Thinking Out Loud

The result of an image search for depression: This one seemed to sum it up best. I haven’t been writing much here these last few weeks. The ideas come — sometimes I don’t write them down — and the computer beckons, but I either don’t write, or prioritize other writing, such as our devotional blog which continues to grow. I’ve never been diagnosed with clinical depression. I’m still fairly certain that the textbook definition, which you can read about here,…

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Why You Shouldn’t Stop Blogging (or Why You Should Consider Starting) – Christian Article

I have said a few times and in a few ways that I’m concerned about what seems to be a growing trend: Bloggers are shuttering their blogs and instead submitting articles to the major ministry sites. If they aren’t shuttering their blogs altogether, they are writing on them less or using them primarily as a kind of resume to link to the material they’ve written elsewhere. Please hear me: I appreciate those major ministries, I enjoy reading their sites, and…

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