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Jen Wood

Self Talk

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“Who do you think you are? What makes you think YOU should be doing this? You aren’t good enough…. You are the worst mom.” I don’t know about you, but sometimes the way that I talk to myself isn’t nice. I would certainly never talk to my friends the way I talk to myself sometimes. I have a feeling I’m not alone on this. I’ve heard it said before that the biggest obstacle we have to overcoming adversity is ourselves. It begins in our minds. The way that we talk…

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An Open Letter to My Boys

By | Culture, Everyday Life, Faith, Marriage & Family | 7 Comments

In light of Women’s Day a few days ago, I decided to write a letter to my boys about women and how to treat them. As I got into writing it, I realized that I would need to wait until they are a little older to give it to them, but I felt compelled to share it with all of you. Here it is: To my precious boys, You are being raised in a house full of testosterone and boy energy with just me, your mom, as the only girl…

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Voices for the Vulnerable

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There is something so critical to the future of our world that I couldn’t publish what I had already written and planned to post today. Because we (especially those who call ourselves Christians) have a responsibility. We have a responsibility to be a voice for the vulnerable. At the risk of sounding overly-simplistic, I feel the need to share my heart today. Like many of you, I’m sure, I haven’t been able to stop thinking about what is happening in our country in regards to the attitudes and decisions being…

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