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Maggie Dillard
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Pour Your Heart Out
Pouring out so much of myself to others is actually a concept I feel called to, but  one that also frustrates me so much. A leader in my life once actually even said to me, “Maggie, you’re always pouring out so much of yourself and you never give yourself t...
Pour Your Heart Out
Pour Your Heart Out
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An Incomprehensible Kind of LOVE
The other day an incredibly kind and important family in my life sent me a card in the mail. I noticed before opening the envelope that it had been ripped on the side and was resealed with tape. I knew right away that something had been stolen out of it. I ...
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My Mess vs. God's Best
Trusting God is ALL circumstances is admittedly something I've always struggled with. It can sometimes be easier to trust Him with things that we truly can't do anything about, but if I have a problem and I know I can fix it on my own, it can be difficult f...
My Mess vs. God's Best
My Mess vs. God's Best
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Hi, it's me + I'm back!
I've given 'A Simple Hallelujah' a brand new look, and here's why:  I originally started ‘A Simple Hallelujah’ back in 2015 just 13 days before my first trip to New York City. That time in my life actually feels so distant, but when I think back on it, I tr...
Hi, it's me + I'm back!
Hi, it's me + I'm back!
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The Cherry on Top
Earlier this morning, I was in Starbucks when I heard "Find You" by Nick Jonas playing over the speaker. I eerily felt a stirring in my spirit that was much more than the usual butterfly feeling I get when hearing a Nick Jonas song (no shame in my game!). B...
The Cherry on Top
The Cherry on Top
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Life After the Wilderness
When I moved to New York City over five months ago, I came
with no real plans after the first two months. I knew what I wanted to happen, but I truly didn’t even
know if I would get to stay past those two months. But, God has
done tremendous things for me d...
Life After the Wilderness
Life After the Wilderness
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Risky Business
Risky Business
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Join the G-Force
Join the G-Force
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A Summer of the Saint
A Summer of the Saint
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