Some of Our Most Popular Posts

Some of Our Most Popular Posts

I’m doing a midseason reflection on some of the posts here over the last several months. I started this blog with the idea that as women we could tell our stories and in the process talk about, display, and ponder what it’s like to put on the new self as daughters of Christ. I was inspired by Ephesians 4:24: “…and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness.”

Recently Emilie published “I Wish” and the post quickly shot up to become one of the most popular on our site. Her sentiments resonated with many of you because in telling our stories we often find out how much we share in common. I enjoyed her perspective and found it timely in my own life.

 

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One of the most inspiring things about this blog for me has been how the words of these sisters in Christ have touched me. How their struggles and goals and plans so often reflect something in my own life, even though I’m miles away and have a completely different set of problems and hopes. It’s a reminder to me that God created us all uniquely and individually, and yet He made sure we were also alike.

I find all the posts here truly inspiring, and when I reflect back I’m so grateful at the people who have written here and the pieces of their hearts that they’ve shared. Here are some of the most popular posts over the last few months. If you haven’t read them yet, please check out them, share them, and come back again soon:

 

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Cherie Burbach About Cherie Burbach

Cherie Burbach is the founder of Putting on the New. She is a poet, mixed media artist, and freelance writer. She's written for About.com, NBC/Universal, Match.com, Christianity Today, and more. Her latest book is: Art and Faith: Mixed Media Art With a Faith-Filled Message. For more, check out her website.

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  1. lisalickel says:

    Thanks for encouraging us all!

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    Cherie Burbach

    Cherie Burbach Reply:

    Thanks for being a part of this, Lisa. I’m so grateful and honored to be writing with you and this wonderful group of women.

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