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Usually a rainbow is best seen against a stormy backdrop. When we’ve grabbed the umbrella – raced out to our car to avoid getting soaked – in a quiet moment we can see something that never would have been there without the rain. A promise, too, is best seen, best received when the tumult of life has rocked what is usually steady.

The promise doesn’t mean there won’t be more rain, more storm clouds. But it gives hope that lies just beyond them. (Continue Reading…)


Today, I’m over at Single Matters, looking at promises and what to do when it seems like your promise is never going to come to pass.  Join the discussion HERE!  


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Imagine what your life would be like if you knew exactly who God designed you to be. In Refining Identity, Courtney dives into the topics of who God is and what that means for us, understanding that regardless of where we are in the process of being refined to reflect Christ, we are far more valuable to Him than pure gold.




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