(in)courage

The authors of (in)courage share their lives through the lens of faith. The official tag line is “home for the hearts of women” and as you read through the posts from this diverse group, you will be treated to musings on parenthood, marriage, friendship, work, and more, all with a keen eye trained on seeing the blessings and navigating through the bigger picture.
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The authors of (in)courage share their lives through the lens of faith. The official tag line is “home for the hearts of women” and as you read through the posts from this diverse group, you will be treated to musings on parenthood, marriage, friendship, work, and more, all with a keen eye trained on seeing the blessings and navigating through the bigger picture.

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