Stasi Eldredge

June 09, 2014
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“Would you please get me some apple juice?” my husband John asked.  He was standing in front of the open refrigerator longing for juice but unable to get it for himself.  One broken wrist was in a cast, the other in bandages recovering from...

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Morgan Snyder

May 19, 2014
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To every relationship, to every circumstance, at every given moment, we are either bringing our question or our strength.  Our search for validation and identity as men is the root of all that we do and all that we become.  This was at...

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Craig McConnell

May 18, 2014
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Well I didn’t expect that!

My oncologist summarized my status by shaking his head and in tone, posture and understatement said, “Well, you had a shorter than average remission.”

Eighteen months is short. “Short” doesn’t begin to...

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Morgan Snyder

May 07, 2014
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It was a $5,282.00 period at the end of a short and beautiful sentence that was my brother’s life: the cost of the permanent gravestone I saw for the first time today.  The reality of the eighteen-month losing...

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What's New

May 04, 2014
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Have you checked out the FREE section at the Ransomed Heart web store recently?  We've added a few incredible resources to give away in May.  Click here to see what's available!  

Morgan Snyder

April 21, 2014
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Winston Churchill

Few men have been regarded in the annals of recent history with more celebration than Winston Churchill.  What intrigues me is something I read recently about Churchill’s own understanding of...

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Morgan Snyder

April 18, 2014
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Dan Allender makes this bold suggestion regarding peer friendship in this decade: Find like-hearted kings living in the same direction. Sign treaties.  When one kingdom is at war, both are at war. Join me in a conversation with two “like... READ MORE

Craig McConnell

April 17, 2014
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Nine days, five guys in their 20s, two codgers, a single bottle of tequila, and a “We vastly underestimated this” adventure in the Utah wilderness provided every necessity for a clan of hearts inquiring and offering.

We rode mountain bikes...

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What's New

April 08, 2014
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Have you checked out the FREE section of our web store recently? We have added a couple of resources to give away for a limited time, including the Beloved audio teaching (download) and the Walking With God DVD series!  Click here to check out...

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Stasi Eldredge

April 08, 2014
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Self-judgment can feel to me, well, justified.  But that hard kernel of shame does not yield a fruit of self-control or change or any other good thing in my life.  Instead, it turns into a shield that affects my capacity to receive Love.  It...

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John Eldredge

April 06, 2014
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A number of folks I know and love are chasing hard after God these days.

I think the times are demanding it. The draining nature of the pace of life combined with the spiritual battles that seem to be hitting everyone are creating in us a...

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What's New

April 03, 2014
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The Becoming Myself Journal will enhance your personal journey toward becoming yourself. With inspiring quotations from Stasi Eldredge's book Becoming Myself, you'll be encouraged to discover your truest self—the woman God created you to be....

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What's New

April 03, 2014
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The Becoming Myself Journal will enhance your personal journey toward becoming yourself. With inspiring quotations from Stasi Eldredge's book Becoming Myself, you'll be encouraged to discover your truest self—the woman God created you to be....

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Stasi Eldredge

March 26, 2014
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I am not a morning person.

 

Some of my favorite words to wake to are, “Your coffee is ready.”  To me that means, “I love you!”  Also, I have broken more than my share of carafes in the morning because, like I said, I am not a...

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What's New

March 24, 2014
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Now through April 30, you can buy one copy and get one FREE of Free to Live by John Eldredge. Now in paperback, and previously published as The Utter Relief of Holiness—it's a great opportunity to share this book with others.  Click here to buy...

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Stasi Eldredge

March 11, 2014
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I recently had the honor and the sorrow (yes, at the same time) of being at the Memorial Service for my friend’s 24-year-old son, Jason.

 

Let there be wailing and the gnashing of teeth.

 

Death is wrong.  I...

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Craig McConnell

March 05, 2014
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About a year ago at a post-chemo appointment I raised the issue of a few aggravating side effects I was experiencing. The aftermath of my treatment had left me with a couple of ongoing physical issues and the odious “Chemo Brain”—a processing...

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Morgan Snyder

March 05, 2014
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Welcome to another Kingdom experiment.  This is the first episode of the Become Good Soil Podcast.  The BGS Podcast is a combination of interviews with sages, conversations among peers, teaching and more; all aimed at providing...

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Morgan Snyder

February 24, 2014
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Grizzly Adams and His Tow Truck

It was a divine disruption I didn’t have time for.  And it changed my life, forever.

This unexpected encounter began over a blown-...

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Stasi Eldredge

February 24, 2014
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Sorrow is a heavy thing.  Going through the necessary motions of the day, I have felt as though I'm slogging through knee deep mud.  I have felt that way because I have been.     What a week.  A childhood friend dropping dead in Walmart.  ... READ MORE

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