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few weeks back I (Rebecca) asked if any of you were involved with prison ministry in Gatesville, specifically the Murray unit. We’d had an inmate reach out to us at KCBI wanting to donate to our fundraiser. She didn’t have money so she wanted to know if she could give stamps, and I promptly melted into a molten pot of Rebecca-mush. I wrote her to let her know I was trying to arrange a visit where I could go and share my testimony with her group and a message from God’s Word, and she wrote back!! I’m so excited to share her letter with you!! Will you join us on Monday morning at 8:10? Her letter has slayed me and we all need to hear what this woman has to say. 💖 ... See MoreSee Less

October 20th, 9:53 am  ·  

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I don't know your life story, but I know this about you: You have suffered. You have walked through seasons of deep grief. You have also felt, at times, passed over, unseen, or rejected. Maybe today you need to remember that your Savior knows you intimately and loves you deeply. The hairs on your head are numbered. You weren't passed over, you were picked. You are chosen and cherished. Your past is forgiven and your future, secure. He has laid out good works for you to walk in (Eph.2:10) - He gives your life purpose and meaning. You matter. You are seen. You are His. <3 ... See MoreSee Less

I don't know your life story, but I know this about you: You have suffered. You have walked through seasons of deep grief. You have also felt, at times, passed over, unseen, or rejected. Maybe today y...

October 20th, 8:38 am  ·  

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I have watched, stunned and sickened, as one brave woman after another has come forward to say #metoo. Some boldy, some barely, each one with a story to tell. Here's mine: I moved every three years (approximately) growing up. I always felt like a puzzle piece without a puzzle - all I wanted was to fit in. When I was a sophomore in HIgh School we moved to HIghlands Ranch, Colorado. Finally, after a life lived on the fringe, I had "a group." I belonged. However, the cost was high. The boys we called "friends" groped, grabbed, belittled, harassed, and tormented us. One time I was pinned to the ground by three of them while one of them gave me a hickey that I couldn't hide on college visits. I lied and told my parents it was curling iron burn. Why didn't I say anything? Why didn't "we" collectively put an end to it by taking a stand together? Why did we stay silent when a police officer came to the school investigating the worst offender? The obvious answers are fear, peer-pressure, and an overwhelming need to be accepted, but the deeper answer is far more disturbing. I didn't speak up because I THOUGHT IT WAS NORMAL.
I thought it was normal.
I didn't know I was worth more.
I didn't know I had value.
I didn't know I was allowing behavior that would damage me and the inflictors, because the things they did to us, my friends, are soul-staining sins.
I also thought it was normal because the teachers who saw it didn't stop it. Because no one told me it was wrong.
Today I'm older, stronger, and (hopefully) wiser. I have forgiven the "friends" and pray that their past actions have shaped them to raise their children differently.
But I haven't forgotten.
So I will stand. I will speak. I will raise my son to be a ferocious gentleman and my daughter to be a bold and courageous lioness.
Together, we can make a difference.
#metoo #breakthesilence #StandUpSpeakOut
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I have watched, stunned and sickened, as one brave woman after another has come forward to say #metoo. Some boldy, some barely, each one with a story to tell. Here's mine: I moved every three years (a...

October 17th, 7:52 am  ·  

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Hey friends! Can you join me this Saturday at Holy Grounds??? Signing books and passing out neck hugs starting at 2pm! <3 <3 <3 ... See MoreSee Less

Book signing with Author Rebecca Carrell

October 21, 2017, 2:00pm - October 21, 2017, 4:00pm

A follow-up to Rebecca Carrell’s Christian Literary Award-winning Holy Jellybeans, Holy Hiking Boots: How God Makes the Ordinary Extraordinary is a delightful and heartwarming book designed to draw ...

October 16th, 6:51 am  ·  

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