Godly Women Blog

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Aging With Grace

Written by Janel Johnson

Many of us have six or more decades of life experience. As we grow older, will we merely keep aging, or will we age with grace? Fifty-five and a half years ago, one week after my 13th...

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A Penny for Your Thoughts?

Written by Muriel Soga

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to read others’ thoughts? Is how we think important to God? How can we all think better? A penny for your thoughts? That is a question we...

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Don’t Stop, Keep Singing

Written by Chant’a Collier

An experience at the Feast this year taught me a lesson about the power of encouragement and love. I’d like to share that lesson with you. I was terrified. My throat was parched, and I...

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A Talk With My Brothers

Written by Chant’a Collier

Three conversations recently helped me understand how my brothers were their sister’s keeper. This helped me consider how I can be their keeper.   I send out a text message every Sabbath...

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How Is Our Personal Journey to the Kingdom Coming Along?

Written by Judy Swanson

When we take a look at our lives, we should ask ourselves: Have I grown in my journey to the Kingdom, or am I just getting older? How can we track our growth? “Are we going through life,...

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Strengthening the Bonds With Our Spiritual Family

Written by Chant’a Collier

God has called us into His Church, which is a spiritual family. How can we develop stronger bonds with and learn more about our brothers and sisters in God’s Church? Psalm 133 begins with...

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Why You Should Consider Attending the FI Continuing Education Week

Written by Susan Scott Smith

I’ve been attending the Foundation Institute Continuing Education summer session for several years. This year was great, and next year might be even better! Many years after graduating...

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Don’t Let Challenges Stop You From Traveling Internationally for the Feast!

Written by Chant’a Collier

Do you want to travel abroad for the Feast, but worry about a physical limitation? Planning ahead can make it possible, and it’s extremely rewarding! Visiting Paris has been a dream of...

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The People Jesus Would Eat With

Written by Erica Golden

If I’d known the kinds of troubled patients I’d be serving, I may not have taken the job. But after hearing their stories, I realized these were the kinds of people Jesus willingly chose to...