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BE WATCHING FOR THE HOLIDAY ISSUE OF THE RUBY FOR WOMEN MAGAZINE, TO BE PUBLISHED THE FIRST WEEK OF NOVEMBER, 2014

Welcome to Ruby for Women! We are so glad you stopped by and would like to invite you to explore our blog and read the latest issue of our online Christian women’s magazine. Join us here on the Ruby for Women blog to connect with other Christian women, read inspiring and encouraging articles, and share in our community of faith.

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Read “An Unlikely Choice” by Donna Comeaux on the Ruby for Women blog HERE. Take a few minutes to watch this video of a Muslim man who trusted Jesus as his Savior, and how it changed his life.

 

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“All the Wrong Questions” by Connie Chandler

I’ve done a lot of journaling lately, as it helps me process my thoughts and feelings well. And I find myself writing down a lot of questions to God. Thing is, he doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to answer most of my questions. I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in being frustrated by the silence and mystery of God, am I?

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“Real Success” by Christie Browning

How would you like to create your best month ever? How about the best year ever? I’m not joking, exaggerating or making light of your success. I’m honestly asking… how would you like to experience real success?
Are you willing to stop for a moment and arm yourself with critical tools and tips that will give you a competitive advantage over the rest like you’ve never seen before?

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The Power of Prayer by Ruth O’Neil

The power of prayer is not something we can be taught, whether we were raised by Christian parents or not. We can watch other people learn, but it won’t really have any effect on us till we learn it for ourselves. Praying is such a large part of our walk with Christ. It is how we communicate to God and partly how God communicates to us, if we are willing to sit quietly and listen. His comfort is always there, waiting.

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“Selfish Ambition” by Donna B. Comeaux

CHAPTER 5: Lennie wrestled with the decision long enough. After eight months, he made a call to General Carter and they agreed the counterintelligence position in Washington, D.C. fit him perfect. Lennie hated the idea of a desk job, but he needed to move forward. He hoped it might recoup connections with his friends.

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