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Celebrate the Small Stuff

Celebrate the Small Stuff

Whether you too are fighting a rare disease or are dealing with some other form of hardship, we can use small wins to offer hope, to tide us over, and to build our confidence that God is at work.

When nothing seems to change in the big picture, it’s easy to get discouraged. But when we notice the small ways God is at work, it can build our trust in Him and our belief that He will guide us through what is ahead.

Rare Disease: What I Wish I’d Known Upon Diagnosis

Rare Disease: What I Wish I’d Known Upon Diagnosis

Rare diseases are rare and, yet, it’s not so rare to have one. Over 25 million Americans live with a rare disease (NORD).

I’m one of them. Maybe you are too—or maybe you know someone who is.

Living with a rare disease was never in my plans, but along the way, I’ve learned that beauty and suffering can coexist. Even so, there are some lessons I wish I had learned sooner.

Finding Abundance in Singleness

Finding Abundance in Singleness

This is the second post in a monthly series where guest bloggers will share their personal stories related to finding abundance. As we explore the unexpected circumstances that often arise in life, we’ll uncover how people found hope and encouragement along the way.

Discover how singleness challenged this guest blogger to just go do—which ultimately led to finding abundance from within.

How to Respond When People Decline Your Offer for Help: Just Show Up

How to Respond When People Decline Your Offer for Help: Just Show Up

What do you do when someone declines your offer for help? One solution: just show up.

Asking for help isn’t easy but certain resources can ease the burden.

A Practical Tip to Find Abundance: Have To Versus Get To

A Practical Tip to Find Abundance: Have To Versus Get To

What are some practical ways that we can find abundance in our day-to-day lives? For me, it boils down to having tools in my toolbox that keep me centered on what is most important in life. Today, I’m sharing one very simple strategy I implement.

This simple method has helped me shift my perspective to what matters most on the days it doesn’t occur naturally.