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Cara Hicks
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On both sides
Last week, I was in Asheville enjoying a much-needed reprieve from one of the most difficult seasons I've gone through. The weather turned out to be perfect and we mosied downtown to wander aimlessly through downtown Asheville. A few blocks in, we were met ...

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Rowan's Birth Story
Sunday May 31st.  My due date had arrived and despite a warning that baby could come early like all of my other babies had, I felt like I was going to stay pregnant FOREVER! At this point, I had tried everything I could to "help" baby come, but nothing had ...

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Becoming Missional
Recently, I took a 13-week class called Engage at my church.  I honestly signed up because I desired to grow deeper in my own personal relationship with the Lord--as I have been the beneficiary of His goodness & extraordinary provision.  I was surprised to ...

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Oh David! Wading through a Father's day fail
Today was hard. Father's day is never easy for me.  It never has been.  We'd usually get a card for mom, and she did deserve at least one day extra for all of the weight that she had to carry as a single parent. And as hard as my mom worked, she could never...

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Why I'm attending my 10 year class reunion
My ten year class reunion is almost a month away.  I'm counting down the days because as a planning committee member, we have just a week or so to finalize numbers and make plans based on the size of the group.  Unfortunately, ticket sales haven't been what...

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Broken, bound and blessed.
I can't pretend it's been easy, but maybe that's why it means so much to me. We both can say that we've seen days of better and for worse played out.  And I know that we're just beginning.  But what did we expect when you take two broken people, from broken...

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Southern Hospitality
Over the past several months, I have been stirred to cultivate & engage in meaningful community. After years of networking, I long for more meaningful, deep relationships that transcend greetings and facilitating superficial connections.  Don't get me wrong...
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