In the early Church, Christians described their Creed, their summary statement of faith, as the symbolon, the “seal”, or “symbol of the faith”. In the ancient world, the Greek word symbolon typically described an object like a piece of parchment, a seal, or a coin that was cut in half and given to two parties. (Reminds me of a BFF necklace) It served as…

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It is early Sunday morning (3:00am) and our first scheduled appointment is Monday morning in Newnan, Georgia. We load the car that Saturday for the long 11-hour journey. By the time we hit the Georgia line we are all ready to have a little space to ourselves. We need sleep. So why then, you might ask, is it that we…

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It’s starting to be the time of year to hang out until the sun goes down, leaves dust the ground, and colorful pumpkins lined sporadically along the porch.  But the true beauty of fall lies in the spirit of your very own DIY! I know it’s not difficult this time of year to find holiday decorations, but here is a…

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I often wonder why I blog. Or why I’m so drawn to the blogger world. Or why I long for it, like the other day I said to myself, “Kacie your dreams are someone else’s reality” – get over it! It left me perplexed and to some extreme, disappointed, but oddly enough, blogging brings me joy. I see myself differently.…

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September is national ovarian cancer awareness month and because I’m so passionate about inspiring others and showing them hope through my mother here are some important facts to know, along with a brief story of our journey. My mom ended up in the emergency room complaining of swelling, in her abdomen. Then our world turned upside down when a scanned…

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