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christian speaker, writer, christian blog, south dakota blog, speaker, sojourner, Cindy Krall
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Some days the ache for a missing loved one can leverage our ability to celebrate. Other days we “win” and feel the happiness that we’re certain God wants us to. But most days, there’s tension. Two hands clasped, joy and sorrow, in a constant state of push and pull. God is tender when it comes to our sorrow. He doesn’t...

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What do a Rottweiler, falling leaves and a beggar’s robe have in common? They all teach us a lot about letting go and moving forward. When we’re facing significant transitions in life, whether it be in a career, in a relationship, or even in regard to personal goals, there are three important truths that can help us...

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When we've lost someone we love it's easy to go into a tailspin. Sometimes we can see the grief coming, like the anticipated lick of water when we're standing on the shore. Other times the sorrow is more profound and it feels like a two-foot wave (we never saw coming) that knocks us to the ground. Fortunately, there's a "rope...

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"In the months (and years) ahead, memories will surface. Most, I think, will be sweet, but when one of my “failed Mom moments” pops up or in the off chance you’re blind-sided by a regret of your own, remember: love trumps everything." Thoughts on love and marriage in a letter to my daughter. ...

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