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Archive for December, 2009

Love cannot exist alone. It must be experienced. It must be shared . 

God is love. We can experience Him. And it is up to us to share Him with each other and a hurting world.

The point of this blog is that very thing: to love and worship a God who has loved us so purely and so passionately and to share and experience His love in the context of community. 

My heart for this blog is that it would be a community for young women. A community where you are an important part. A place where you can come and read about a God that loves you and be encouraged. A place where you belong, no matter where you are from or what you are like, you share one thing with every woman here, the love of Christ.  I pray that through the words of this blog you would not only know that He loves you, but experience His love as you find it to be so true. This can only truly be done as we share and participate in His love. This blog is open. Open for discussion. Open for sharing.

Each Sunday beginning in January 2010, I will be posting devotional thoughts specifically for young women. The rest is up to you. I encourage you to respond, post thoughts, experiences, prayer requests discussion questions…etc. I desire in the deepest part of me to see women join together and with one heart and one Spirit seek the heart of God together. I long for the day when our passion, love, and sincerity for God, each other, and the hurting in the world would overwhelm and destroy all the things that keep us living life isolated and alone thus far. I long for the day when that same passion, love, and sincerity would no longer be contained, but be the very thing that drives to change the world. 

I look forward to our conversations. 🙂

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A New Name

A White Stone:

Revelation 2:17

“He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To him who overcomes, I will give some of the hidden manna. I will also give him a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to him who receives it.”

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