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    2021 Highlights
    11.30.21 | Women | by Andrea Stephens

    Are you one of those women who still write a Christmas letter (or email) giving the year in review?  I did that for so many years but have gotten away from it recently.  However, as I think back on 2021 in Women’s Ministry, it seems the...

      Holiday Season
      11.02.21 | Women | by Andrea Stephens

      The holiday season is officially here. I know this because Hallmark has started their Countdown to Christmas movies! There is always a new flick on Saturday nights at 8 pm (and now you know what I do on Saturday nights). I also know this because...

        Family
        09.29.21 | Women | by Andrea Stephens

        Our family beach week is one of my summer favorites. This annual highlight started years ago when my nieces and nephew were toddlers. Spanning nearly three decades, I have photos of sandcastles, sunburned faces, wave surfing, and most...

          The Gifts
          08.31.21 | Women | by Andrea Stephens

          They come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Some are precisely wrapped with a beautiful bow and others are presented in a bag with fun tissue paper flowing out the top. No matter how they are given, it’s always fun to get a gift! I’ve recently...

            Loving Your Look
            07.29.21 | Women | by Andrea Stephens

            Asbury is embarking on a brave journey in offering a new series entitled The Truth About Sex. It is both necessary and timely given the state of our culture and our denominational positions. Gaining a biblical perspective on the topics included...

              Lost Things
              06.28.21 | Women | Devotional Thoughts | by Charlene Giles

              Have you ever lost something precious to you? The other day I found myself relating to the woman in Luke 15 who lost one of her valuable coins. Like her, I searched high and low – in my case, for a priceless heirloom ring.

                The Rough Edges of Pain
                06.28.21 | Women | by Andrea Stephens

                What? July? How did that happen? Anyone else wondering the same thing? The good thing about time flying by is that oftentimes distance from unhappy events helps to soften the rough edges of pain.

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