Cara Blondo

Knowing & Growing in God

Knowing & Growing in God

Why "God With Us" Matters, Part 1 Why "God With Us" Matters, Part 2 How Much More: Lessons From the Crucifixion, Part 1 How Much More: Lessons From the Crucifixion, Part 2 Moving From "Having Devotions" to "Living Devotedly" When You Wonder if He Cares (The Good Shepherd)

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Select Interviews

Select Interviews

(For more, please visit the Story-Filled Summer and Eating Disorder Resource pages.) What Are You Waiting For? Learning How to Wait Well With Guest Ashlyn Lanni Hope For Healthy Relationships With Your Teens With Guest Dr. Jessica Peck Planting Seeds of Truth With Guest Katie J. Trent What is Holy Leisure? With Guest Cara Ray

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The Heart of Your Father

How well do you know God as your Heavenly Father? In this brief study, we look at the qualities of a father and how through the experiences of the Israelites, Joseph, and the disciples, we can learn to see the father-heart of God toward us. Click here for this free study. For a reflection on the call and privilege of "Imitating Our Father," click here.

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He is Faithful

“It was just after midnight, after the changing of the guard, when Gideon and the 100 men with him reached the edge of the Midianite camp. Suddenly, they blew the rams’ horns and broke their clay jars…They held the blazing torches in their left hands and the horns in their right hands, and they all shouted, ‘A sword for the Lord and for Gideon!’”  (Judges 7:19-20) You know the story: the...

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Heavenly Hope

Heavenly Hope

Have you ever noticed that hope placed in people, circumstances, or other earthly things quite often lead to frustration, agitation, and disappointment, making it hard to love those who let us down or continue to do good in those situations that led to heartbreak? I have.  And I think that’s why one little verse found in Colossians never ceases to challenge me:  where, truly, is my...

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You Are Not Alone

You Are Not Alone

A gentle reminder today for the one who feels lonely: you are not alone.   Noah may have felt lonely in terms of human companionship (or lack thereof), but walking closely with His God, he certainly was not alone. If you feel as though you’re the “only one” - in whatever the situation may be, remember that as you walk with your God, you, like Noah, are never alone.  (Genesis 6:9) Nor...

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