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The surprising truth about hospitality

The Surprising Truth About Hospitality

When my husband mentioned he was inviting someone over for a last-minute hangout, I may have panicked a little. Okay, a lot. I was unprepared with no treats in hand. My house was still decorated for spring. Dishes cluttered the counter like the anxiety in my heart. What if our company didn’t have a good…

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5 Ways to Hijack Your Stress Response

When you face one crisis after the next, life can become a series of acute emergencies. After two surgeries this Fall, my season in life has been a bit…stressful. Come to think of it, this season has been on repeat a lot lately. As in the past three years. When it feels like the world…

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Dealing with difficult people

5 Effective Ways to Deal with Difficult People Right Now

The increased conflict of recent years has put many of us on edge. I’ve seen friendships implode over hurtful words and differing opinions. I’ve watched marriages bend under the weight of mental health challenges and family drama. When you’re in survival mode, dealing with difficult people can feel like the tipping point. The popular idea…

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Meet Rachel

Meet Rachel

Rachel Boulos is a freelance writer living with the everyday challenges of chronic illness and trauma recovery. She provides a biblical framework and practical tools for believers suffering from chronic physical and psychological pain so that they can experience hope and healing when life hurts. Rachel loves to travel, explore the outdoors, meet new people, and find any excuse for a coffee date.

Rachel has an M.A. in Spiritual Formation & Discipleship from Moody Bible Institute and her award-winning work is featured by (in)courage, Alliance Church, and as part of the Brave Women Series.

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