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Jennifer Brogdon
Writer & Blogger•Giving Gospel Hope to the Perfectionist•Wife, mom, & avid reader addicted to coffee
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Jeremy Writebol Apr 18
This article by hits at something I’ve been wondering about for a while. One of the reasons I’ve gone back to an RSS reader.
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Jennifer Brogdon Apr 17
Replying to @samueld_james
Haha yes
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Jennifer Brogdon Apr 10
Replying to @Swalts4
Maybe someone can wheel you around. I literally run to viewing spots pushing my double stroller to watch my college’s team.
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Jennifer Brogdon Apr 10
Replying to @Swalts4
Oh no I forgot!
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Jennifer Brogdon Apr 10
Replying to @Swalts4
You run back and forth wherever you can see them on the course! It’s the best sport 🙂.
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Jen Oshman Apr 3
Hey, hey! I’ll be interviewed here at 12:05 eastern time (10:05 in Colorado) if you’d like to tune in. Topic: dying to self and missions!
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Matt Smethurst Mar 19
Trials are intended: 1. To make us think. 2. To wean us from the world. 3. To send us to the Bible. 4. To drive us to our knees. — J. C. Ryle
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Jennifer Brogdon Mar 15
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Jennifer Brogdon Mar 15
Anyone know why a recent blog post wouldn’t show up on an RSS Feed like Feedly?
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Tony Reinke Feb 20
What if moments when our prayers seem hardest is when we’re really wrestling God? What if moments we struggle for faith are a robust expression of faith? What if when we feel lowest, God is most impressed? Spurgeon asked Qs like this b/c spirituality is misshapen by assumptions.
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Jennifer Brogdon Feb 6
Oh how I love this story!
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Abigail Dodds Feb 5
This thinking is so self-absorbed and devoid of love I could vomit. It's ignorant and arrogant. At our 20 w ultrasound we were told part of our baby's brain wasn't big enough. This set us on a course of dr appts, monitoring, etc
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Jen Wilkin Feb 3
The gospel is not limited to justification. Justification results in positional holiness. Sanctification results in practical holiness. Both justification and sanctification are very good news. Titus 2:11-14
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John Piper Jan 30
The unreached peoples of the world need missionaries who not only love Christ and love the gospel, but who also love the local church. APJ from the Cross Conference.
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challies Jan 25
If it’s true that God displays his kindness in granting success, it’s also true that God displays his kindness in withholding success. He knows better than we do what we can handle and what would destroy us.
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nατε picκοwicz Jan 22
I’m seething with anger over this. I would say, “I can’t believe it,” but this is where we are now. A word to those who have filled my timeline with incessant tweets about “social justice” and systematic racism—WHY ARE YOU SILENT ABOUT THIS?! I can’t even hear you anymore.
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Jen Oshman Jan 22
My podcast, "All Things," is now available on iTunes! The first episode, on the Women's March, is live there now. My second episode will drop on Friday.
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Jennifer Brogdon Jan 23
“It sounds silly to think an object like such holds power, but I find I think i can ward off harm too—although in a different way. These people wanted to prevent harm, so they sought magic. I want to prevent harm,so I seek to control.Neither brings surety.”
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Jennifer Brogdon Jan 22
Replying to @challies
It is well
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Jennifer Brogdon Jan 22
Replying to @glennadmarshall
I’m trying out Google Calendar and like it so far. I code with lots of colors! I also like Trello. We use it for TGC Courses.
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