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Sarah Callen

A New Look at God’s Promises

October 26, 2020 |

There are a few verses that are a staple in the Christian decorator’s toolkit. Jeremiah 29:11 is one of them. If you have been a Christian for any length of time, I’m sure you’ve seen this verse on knick-knacks, decorative plaques, and other various pieces of home decor. Here’s what this great promise says:  

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”

Jeremiah 29:11 (ESV) 

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Honest conversations

Honest Conversations With God

Do you argue with God? Have you ever pitched a fit or just outright flew off the handle to Him? Sarah does. Join her today to find out how to have Candid Conversations with God. …

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Scarcity Mindset

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Are lies creeping into your thought life? Sarah sometimes entertains a scarcity mindset about what she needs and who she is, but today she shares how to replace those lies with Truth.…

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Creation and Beyond

Believing What God Says: The Creation Story and Beyond

The story of God creating the world is, in my opinion, one of the coolest stories in the Bible. God took nothing and He made something from it—how amazing is that?! There was literally nothing, only God, and He decided that He was going…

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Stopping the Cycle of Apathy

I once heard a pastor say that the way we do one thing is how we do everything. I really didn’t like him for a few days after that particular message because I didn’t want to accept the truth contained within that powerful statement.…

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The nature of grace

Learning The Nature Of Grace

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Learning the power of our words

Learning the Power of Our Own Words

The power of our words often runs deeper than we think. Candid gal, Sarah Callen shares more in this post on Candidly Christian. …

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Do You Ever Feel Uncomfortable With Emotions?

Today on our blog, Sarah Callen is talking about getting uncomfortable with emotions. She shares her story and some encouragement for others. “You view things clinically so you don’t have to feel.” Excuse you? I tried to summon a rebuttal or a reaction, but…

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The other day, while I was sitting at a coffee shop writing, a shooting pain went through my neck. It was an uncomfortable experience, and I was rather impressed at my ability to injure myself without doing anything. I went home and stretched, massaged,…

March 18, 2019
My Coffee Date With Jesus

Learning to See the Awe in My Life

I’m currently sitting in a coffee shop, during my lunch break, asking the Holy Spirit what I should write about. And, honestly, I have no idea. I’ve been going and going and going and haven’t had the time to think much about writing or…

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Opening my eyes to the new

Opening My Eyes to the New

Recently, I started a new job, which has not been a smooth transition. I’m sure I haven’t navigated this change as gracefully as I could’ve, but I’m doing the best I can. For the first month of working there, a group of us traveled…

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“Just keep going” is the phrase that I keep repeating to myself. You see, right now, all I want to do is give up. I am tempted to throw in the towel on my dreams and settle for something mundane. I want to pack…

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Learning to Trust God

Shattering the Spectacular: Learning to Trust Little by Little

Trust has always been one of those things that doesn’t come easily for me. I know some people who trust everyone right off the bat. They’re welcoming and warm and willing to open their homes to strangers and I am thankful for these friends…

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