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Tessa’s Story

“The first week brought a lot of frustration and tears for both of us.” Like many, Mt. Bethel’s Nursery Director, Tessa Montoro, has had to shift and learn new rhythms when it comes to balancing work and kids. Tessa’s husband and Dylan’s father, Darren Montoro, passed away just a few months ago. Adjusting to life…

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Prayer Guide for Neighborhood Walks

A Prayer for our neighbors: Heavenly Father, I ask You to empower me to love my neighbors as much as I love myself (Matthew 22:37-39). I humble myself and seek Your face. Sometimes I don’t recognize the sin in my life for what it is, so reveal my sin. Give me the power to repent….

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Who’s in Control?

We all like to be in control of our life. I know I do. And those of us in leadership positions in our homes or church or businesses feel the additional responsibility of trying to be in control of situations and outcomes. When things are going well, it is easy to think that you have…

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Talking with a Stuffed Animal

My mother bought me a giant stuffed animal named “Bunkie” when I was seven years old. He was about half the size of me at the time and covered in soft golden fur. My mother bought him because I had issues falling asleep. I had issues because I would think about horrible things while laying…

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I’m Not Going Back

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Stations of the Cross for Easter

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Turning our Tests into our Testimonies

I wanted to be a mother for as long as I can remember. I dreamed of having the “perfect” family – a happy marriage, healthy children, a dog or two, and a white picket fence. I worked hard, followed all the rules, and thought I could control my own happiness and success. But you know…

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One More Day, One More Time

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