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Karen Rachels Cone
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Christ Follower, Wife, Mother, Writer, Mentor
Christ Follower, Wife, Mother, Writer, Mentor

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35 miles and lots of help.
Standing in the Gap
Standing in the Gap
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Parenting by Grace
Parenting by Grace
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When God Wounds
When I was twenty-three years old and had been married for one year, my husband told me of his struggle with pornography.  I remember being in a state of shock for a few hours before jumping into a problem solving state. We can beat this together, I thought...
When God Wounds
When God Wounds
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Worry happens. But can I step off the wheel?
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How To Stop The Worry
"Obsessive thinking" or "sticky thoughts" are the new words to describe worrying. But no matter what the name, the game is the same. Step onto the hamster wheel of repetitive fear and get churning.  Try to think of every possible way to control the problem,...
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When the Chains are Broken
I stood in the back of the room listening as Melissa taught about shame--that stubborn and pervasive belief that I am worthless, unwanted, beyond hope or help. When Melissa finished, a lady named Rae* spoke, "I want to say something. I'm going to try not to...
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Just 10 more lbs to perfection?
Measuring Up
Measuring Up
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Measuring Up
A couple of times a week I find myself at Publix doing my grocery shopping. Shopping at Publix is a pleasure. I know this because they tell me so. I know this even more because I occasionally go to Kroger. I always walk away from Kroger thinking, "Now, why ...
Measuring Up
Measuring Up
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The Challenge of Parenting: Four benefits of child training
I was 40 years old when I found out we were expecting another little bundle of joy. And that is exactly what we got: a bundle of joy that cried a lot, napped rarely, and hated that Bumbo seat that was supposed to keep him happy. Still, Levi was adorably cut...
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Guest blog...you are not alone in running your race.
Running the Race
Running the Race
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