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Allison Graber
From the heart, the head and everywhere in between
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Bob Goff Jun 18
A father’s job, when it’s done best, is to get down on both knees, lean over his children’s lives, and whisper, ‘Where do you want to go?’
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Allison Graber Jun 16
Ellis: Why doesn't daddy get a daddy braid? Me: A what? Ellis: A daddy braid, like you. Me: Oh, a man bun? Ellis: Yes! Me: Uh...ask him. 😄
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Allison Graber Jun 16
Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do it. Discernment is just as important as skill.
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Sharon Hodde Miller Jun 14
I believe in biblical theology as much as anyone I know, but right doctrine divorced from love & justice is a white-washed tomb Christianity
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Katie Hinde Jun 11
Did I just take a bunch of NASA tank tops from the boys section & put them in the girls section? Yes. Yes I did.
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Jennie Allen Jun 10
Somebody asked me recently: how do you overcome cynicism? My answer: start building things. Then there's no energy left to tear things down.
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Allison Graber Jun 9
The older I get the more I realize Id rather be a disciple @ the feet of someone facing death than @ the feet of someone building a platform
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shauna niequist May 31
Learning how to say no with kindness to the things not meant for us yields the freedom to say yes to the things we are called to carry.
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Beth Moore Jun 8
I think maybe one of the bravest things we could do these days is fight to keep a tender heart.
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Bob Goff Jun 9
The more beauty we find in someone else's journey, the less we'll want to compare it to our own.
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Adam McGuffie Jun 6
"Leadership is not an identity, it is a function. Your identity is being a follower of Jesus." -
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Allison Graber Jun 7
Replying to @allison_graber
He said, "You're not too much. I want more."
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Allison Graber Jun 7
I told God I'm too much for Him. I'm too messy, broken, emotional. I long for too much, need too much, carry too much.
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Nashville Moms Blog May 27
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Anthony Breznican May 22
Replying to @Breznican
The doors open, he lets me go out first. I go, but turn around. "Mr. Rogers... I don't mean to bother you. But I wanted to say thanks." 13/
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Francis Schaeffer May 20
One of the greatest injustices we do to young people is to ask them to be conservative. Christianity is not conservative, but revolutionary.
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Allison Graber May 18
Today I'm at where I share my philosophy of raising a creative kid.
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Sam Won May 17
Replying to @SamObiWon
Worth noting, many of the women who are active on social media also write books, articles, blogs, and essays. Their writing is nutritious.
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LeVar Burton May 17
I got you... Let's do this!
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Bob Goff May 17
Jesus didn't want us to just be believers; He invited us to be participants.
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