Articles by Mike Solava

Living between the Lines and What It Reveals about Our Stories

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by Amanda Cleary Eastep When my son was a young boy, he had a dream that he found me dead beneath a pile of dirty clothes. He dreamed this during the divorce, and I can’t say I didn’t feel exactly like that—as if I were smot…

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An Adventure into Backyard Gardening

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by Linda W. Rooks Several months ago, when we suddenly found ourselves confined within the walls of our home with just our families, many of us discovered untapped possibilities in our own backyards. Not only was it a place to bre…

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Start Pouring and Watch God Increase It!

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by Donna VanLiere For years, I worked nine-to-five jobs and would write on the side. Someone would say, “I’m looking for someone to write something fun for a charity benefit. Do you know anyone who could do that?” And I’d …

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Global Missionaries Continue to Lead Effective Ministries Throughout the Pandemic

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by Ginny McCabe From the start of the COVID-19 lockdown to looking ahead to a post-pandemic world, scenes from all over the world demonstrate that the pandemic has had an economic, social, and spiritual impact on missionaries acro…

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The Soundtracks That Are Secretly Shaping Your Life

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by Jon Acuff If I hear “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses, I can smell the newsprint from the pages of Thrasher magazine. If I hear “It Takes Two” by Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock, I am instantly transported to Dave Bruc…

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How to Find Energy and Rejuvenation

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by Cindi McMenamin Are you feeling a little drained, depressed, or unmotivated as if you have no fuel, no fire, no way to get through the day? If so, you don’t have to feel like you’re running on empty any longer. As I was wri…

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Why Is “Relational” Parenting That Important?

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by John Trent and Dewey Wilson It’s been thirty years now since the first personal computers and cellphones began infiltrating almost all aspects of our everyday life. We’ve been dealing with technology long enough now to begi…

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Living in Hallways

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by Elizabeth Laing Thompson Have you ever felt like God was telling you “no,” but His final answer was unclear? Many Christians feel caught between “no” and “maybe.” Standing in the hallway, banging fists against a loc…

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