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Meet the Generations at Brook Hills: Donna Kendrick

BH Women Contributor
it becomes so easy to share about the trials and the big victories, but we often leave out the mundane grace that truly transforms our heart.
Women

Meet the Generations at Brook Hills: Grace Wood

BH Women Contributor
Today's post was written by Aubrey Johnston, Brook Hills' Small Groups Ministry Assistant, and is part of "Meet the Generations at Brook Hills", BH Women's summer blog series.  ...
Women,  Stories

Sudden Motherhood

Brook Hills Contributor
"On Friday, September 21, 2007, I received a phone call from a DHR caseworker asking if I had room in my home to place a 12-month old, mixed race baby girl..."
Women

Ruth, Naomi, & the Generations at Brook Hills

BH Women Contributor
Read along each week as we highlight a woman at Brook Hills and hear about her heart for the Lord.
Women

Book Review: Just Lead!

Dawn Stephens
guide us through concepts such as “making up our minds" (decision–making), “the monster you are avoiding” (self-doubt and insecurities), and “growing pains” (taking criticism well),
Women

Book Review: Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life

Dawn Stephens
I started back to seminary in the fall of 2015 to complete a degree in Christian Education, and the first book we read was, you guessed it, Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald...
Women

A Prayer for Moms

BH Women Contributor
Women's Minister, Dawn Stephens, shared this beautiful prayer on Mother's Day blessing each woman in the worship center. We hope each woman reading this can feel that same encouragement today and...
Women,  Stories

Mother's Day Without Mom

Brook Hills Contributor
"I’ve always loved children. As a young girl, I couldn’t wait to reach the acceptable age that would allow me the privilege of babysitting. When that coveted age finally arrived, I hit the ground...
Women,  Stories

Help In Grief

BH Women Contributor
For those grieving and those walking with the grieving, remember Colossians 3, “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility,...
Women

His Sufficiency Despite the Tragic Circumstance

BH Women Contributor
As the next five days unfolded, Melanie’s condition worsened quickly. All the while, we continued to hold out hope that God would miraculously heal her and bring her back to us. In the midst of all...
Women

Giddy Up, Eunice - A Book Review

Dawn Stephens
Have you ever picked up a book with a weird title, funky looking cover, and wondered, "Now, what is all the hoopla I’m hearing about this book?"
Women

Seeing God's Goodness in Unexpected Places

BH Women Contributor
We could not put on a happy face and force out the cliché Sunday School answers.
Women

Chasing God Changes Us

BH Women Contributor
She sat down beside me on the hearth, grabbed my hand, and waited for me to say something back to her. And I realized there was just one thing I wanted her to know.
Women

From Defeated to Disciplined

Dawn Stephens
I often have to fight this wrong thinking and the feelings of being defeated and “stuck” in areas of my life, specifically my weight management and health.
Women

The Fruit of Loneliness

Ashley Chesnut
have you ever thought what you want the fruit of your loneliness to be?
Women

The Pain of Loneliness

Ashley Chesnut
I have a lot of experience with breakups.
Women

The Burden of Guilt & Shame (Part 2)

Ashley Chesnut
We cannot judge what’s true by what we feel because our feelings will mislead us.
Women

The Burden of Guilt & Shame (Part 1)

Ashley Chesnut
Although guilt and shame travel together, they are not the same thing.
Women

The Agony of Anxiety

Ashley Chesnut
I was hit with a wave of anxiety because of
Women

BH Women's Rewind

Ashley Chesnut
We had a wonderful night of conversation last week as we "rewound" the summer sermon series together around tables. Included below
Women

An Unexpected Gift

BH Women Contributor
What if people found out I had a bipolar disorder? Would they think less of me or wonder if all of my genuine smiles and bursts of laughter were just an act or the result of some manic high?
Women

A Closet Hater

Ashley Chesnut
But that’s what happened this spring. And it took taking a class on “problematic emotions” for me to recognize it.
Women

Haters Gonna Hate, But Not Christians

Ashley Chesnut
politics and laws do not change people’s hearts, which is why we are a nation still divided this long after Jim Crow and the Civil Rights Act.
Women

Making Peace With Your Past (Book Review)

BH Women Contributor
tired of living in the past or of being defined by their past
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