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Rest is not only something God has for me, it is something he wants from me. He wants full claim over my time – my time to work and my time to rest, a rest crafted since …

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The Miracle of a Minute

Navigating intense seasons of HARD is like operating with a bucket that has a large hole punched into it. It sets us up for rapid bucket-drain. When this transpires, two things emerge. The people I love the …

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Fully Present

By Michelle Hoffschneider Time is one of the most valuable resources we experience as humans. So why do we waste so much time dwelling on the past or worrying about the future? How can we hold space in the …

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The Truth Will Set You Free

By Brenda Jank Never Never Land exists. It’s a delusional state dependent on a future that will never transpire. It’s not a place, but a season. You know, the time after Christmas when life will be less hectic or the …

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Campfire

By Brenda Jank I am running my race for the long haul. I do not want to be a sparkler – a dazzling, short-lived display of light. I want to be a campfire – a source of …

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All in the Family

By Joel Hoffschneider The ancient season that we know as Epiphany was awash with the frantic activity of Wisemen, gifts, dedication, and an unexpected move to Egypt. Holding on bravely in this storm of activity was Mary. …

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A Well-Rested New Year

By Michelle Hoffschneider As we say goodbye to the challenges of the past year, it’s time to pause, reflect, and start the New Year rejuvenated. At RHRW we truly understand the significance of both work and rest. …

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Safe Place

By Brenda Jank Mary did what she needed to do.She packed her bags, made an exit strategy, and left.What do you NEED to do this Christmas?Luke tells us that Mary took to the hills. She went where …

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