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Rare Disease

A Rare Disease Parent’s Top 10 Christmas Wish List

Christmas looks different for parents of kids with rare diseases. And instead of celebration, it’s often a difficult time. Visiting...

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Faith

The Biggest Threat to Christianity is Not Jen Hatmaker

Jen Hatmaker embracing gay marriage is not the biggest threat to modern Christianity. But last month, you’d have thought it was....

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Parenting

5 Steps to Raising an Inclusive Child: A-E-I-O-U

I doubt any parent has said, “I want my child to grow up to be… a bully.” No parent wants that phone call that says their...

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Parenting

When a Teenager Called My Son A Retard

What does a bully look like? We imagine him bulky and gruff, sinister and sarcastic. He’s the extreme – either poor and...

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Giveaways

And the Winner is…

Did you get a chance to enter the Ville of Nash t-shirt giveaway earlier this month? Well, I hope so! If not, be sure to SUBSCRIBE to hear...

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FaithPolitics

Dear Wayne Grudem (and other Trump-Stumping Theologians):

While many prominent pastors and Christians refuse to stump for Donald Trump, theologians like Wayne Grudem and others have come out of the...

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ParentingRare Disease

Therapy Thursday: 50% off Calmer – a book to help with your child’s medical trauma

If your child has a chronic medical condition, then you’ve probably encountered challenges with medical trauma. Or maybe someone else...

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Faith

5 Ways for Tired Women to Reconnect With God

I’m tired. Tired. Tired. Are you with me? For me, it’s been awhile coming and for those who know me and my schedule,...

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MusicWriting

Visit the “Ville of Nash” shop (and how to win a free shirt)!

After lots of excitement from friends, family, and visitors, we’ve made “Ville of Nash” into a new line of t-shirts and...

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MusicWriting

Behind the Music: “Ville of Nash”

Nashville is a unique city and so many people have now taken notice. In 2015, Nashville was the Travel+Leisure readers’ choice as the...

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