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Burn The Ships

Last weekend we sang a new worship song, Burn The Ships by the duo For King & Country. It’s a powerful song with a deeply personal backstory mixed with this story about a ship of explorers. Here’s what Luke Smallbone said in an interview about the song: “I read a story about an explorer going […]

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Sowing and Reaping

When I look back on my life I see themes based on how I was feeling mentally and emotionally over time. It seems like there are periods of fear, anxiety, and depression but also times of emotional stability, providence, and abundance. I’ve learned to love and appreciate the ebb and flow of my time on […]

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The Doctor Is In

I had an opportunity today that was different than any other I’ve had in the past. I was asked to sit on a panel at Rhode Island Hospital with other bariatric patients to answer questions from doctors about obesity and our experiences with medical professionals before, during, and after surgery. I was so comfortable when I […]

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Battling Perfection

Sometimes there’s something powerful when you see your behavior for what it really is and deciding to leap instead of continuing to look! If you haven’t already feel free to like my Facebook page! There’s a lot new information coming that I can’t wait to share with you! Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fnavigatingweightloss%2Fposts%2F527265257730185&width=500

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Third Love: Review – UPDATED

Click HERE TO SHOP THIRDLOVE I don’t normally do reviews like this but I thought this was a worthy exception.  I’ve been seeing ads for ThirdLove bras on my Facebook and Instagram for a long time. The ads always focus on the most troubling aspects of wearing a bra. Bras are uncomfortable, the straps either […]

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