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When Hope is Hard This Time of Year

When Hope is Hard This Time of Year

For many, this year may have felt like one long season of winter or loss – a loss of dreams, loss of hopes, or loss of a beloved family member.  But even though we have all experienced loss this year in one way or another, what the prophet Isaiah reminds us is that we have all been given a son.

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Restoring Taste at God’s Table

Restoring Taste at God’s Table

His goal for me in this life was not for me to stop making messes; instead, I was to sit down at the table of His grace and mercy every time I made a mess. I was to sit down at a place He had already prepared for me because of the messes He knew I would make.

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A Taste of Restoration

A Taste of Restoration

Earned secure attachment occurs step by step, minute by minute, and mile by mile when we tell our stories to an empathetic listener who invites us to see them through a different lens.

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Bring On The Messy

Bring On The Messy

I’m learning that no matter how big the mess, the strength of the arms underneath remains unchanged.  God’s arms are always strong enough to hold our messes, kind enough to forgive our spills, patient enough to clean up our dust, and holy enough to call us to a higher standard than comfort.  

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Busy Life, Wayward Words.

Busy Life, Wayward Words.

The point isn’t to have perfect words. The point is to make margin to have our words, and our hearts, exposed by the power of the Holy Spirit and a God who loves to set crooked things straight and make broken things new.

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Secure Attachment in Your Children

Secure Attachment in Your Children

As we saw several weeks ago, understanding our own attachment styles can help us be better parents or caregivers to our children. But identifying our own attachment styles is only half the battle—we also need to know how children reveal their attachment styles to us. In the late 1960s and mid-1970s, when development of attachment theory began, a woman named Mary Ainsworth studied and compiled research on the four attachment styles—secure, insecure-avoidant, insecure-ambivalent, and insecure-disorganized. She performed careful in-depth...

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Hi, I'm Susannah. I’m a writer, Bible study teacher, and founder of Restore. After walking through my own journey of healing and restoration, I write, teach, and pray for restoration in our generation - restoration that begins with you and me.

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