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How I am going to approach 2019 I like to plan. A lot. As a relaxing exercise, I used to sit at my desk and draw a grid of the next 5 to 10 years. I would divide them by season and put two columns for the ages of my children during each year. And…

Honor in the small things

Making lunches is not glamourous. Some people have made it look super cool with videos and snazzy lunch boxes, but I promise you, when I’m putting sunflower butter (because we can’t send peanut butter because of other kids peanut allergies) and jelly together at 6:30 in the morning for, like, the one millionth time, I’m…

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas! If you’re a holiday procrastinator like me, you’re trying to finish up your holiday planning and stay on budget. Thankfully, our Replenish Panelist Alaya Linton has not one, not two, but 250 frugal gift ideas for EVERYONE on your list! She also has 51 tips to have a frugal Christmas without going broke for some money saving…

The Best is Yet to Come

In January, many people set their New Year’s resolutions, planning for a new year. Instead of just encouraging you to make resolutions, we want to encourage you to be resolute. In this sermon by Pastor Dexter Upshaw, he breaks down the origins of New Year’s resolutions and why they statistically don’t work (our sin nature…

What are you waiting for?

I took a test called the Hartman Value Profile, and it reported that I was off the charts for optimism. This optimism often translates into an almost mania like state where I begin adding 100 new things to the list of things that I’m going to do to save the world. Reality check: It’s not…

Dianna Hobbs

We love to celebrate amazing women doing amazing things, and Dianna Hobbs is no exception! This blogger, author, psalmist, philanthropist, evangelist, speaker, trainer and mother of 4 home schooled children is truly walking in the good works God has prepared for her to do (Ephesians 2:10)! A sexual assault survivor turned advocate, Dianna ministers to…

The Mane Thing: 7 Tips to love and care for your natural hair

Whether you just went natural, or you’ve been natural for years, you may be in need of some advice on how to manage your fluffy, curly crown. Source: The Mane Thing: 7 Tips to love and care for your natural hair from Empowering Everyday Women