Jeanne brings front and center those things that most of us simply pass by. Living out life as a child of God and experiencing his presence through the unpredictable, Jeanne recognizes that we may not know what's around the corner - but He does and that's what matters.
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Barb Roberts has been in the field of caring for those who hurt for many years. Her teaching and speaking, as well as one-on-one cargiving and pastoral counseling, have given her broad experience and exposure to the needs of others. "Listening, sharing in another's pain and being privileged to pray with that person are a gift that God has given to me. I am blessed to be able to use the gift for what I hope continues to be His glory."
To visit Barb's blog, click above "A Blog About Caring"
Nicole Unice...a fellow traveler learning to do life with God...with kids and with passion! Nicole is a contributing editor to Gifted for Leadership, a Christianity Today Publication, where she regularly blogs on women's issues, leadership, and ministry. She's also a part of the leadership blog at FullFill, and a columnist with RichmondMom.com. She has also been published in Discipleship Journal and Kyria.
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Wednesday's Words with Leigh McLeroy is a weekly e-newsletter reflection that is an unapologetic attempt to use the events of daily life to show the beauty and truth of the gospel. Short enough to be read over a cup of morning coffee, Wednesday Words prods, inspires, teaches and encourages.
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Shannon is married to Scott Milholland, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Hope Church in Memphis. God has blessed them with four sweet blessings Hannah (15), Hayleigh (12), Clara (5) and Carynne (who they call Rynnie-4). Shannon is passionate about all things women - being a wife, raising godly children and keeping a home. Shannon finds joy among piles of dirty laundry and miles of carpool lines and delights in leading other women to this place of contentment. Writing about how Jesus relates to the everyday life of every woman, you're invited to stop by to be refreshed each day by Jesus and Your Orange Juice.