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Now accepting submissions for the MAY, 2016 issue of the Ruby for Women magazine!

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Friends in Community

The Ruby for Women community offers the opportunity for our members to share and promote blogs, books, websites, businesses, Etsy shops, or other family-friendly activities. We would love to include you in the Ruby for Women community, so please visit us and join the conversation.

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“Giving our Time to God” by Erin Stephens

So there I was, sitting on my couch, on a Sunday evening, scrolling Facebook. You know, all comfy on the couch, feet up, my phone in my left hand and my right hand doing the scrolling motion. Then I just stopped and I deleted Facebook from my phone. Just. Like. That. I had talked about …

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“Moving On” by Heather C. King

He’s finding mercy in the mess, receiving restoration, learning from his mistakes, teaching others, and worshiping God for this salvation-gift.

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“Turnips, Mustard and A Little Bit Of Faith” by Michelle Lazurek

Sometimes things that seem so small and unusable are still useful to God. He can take what we have and grow it, as long as our hearts are in the right place. Even people with the smallest faith can have the largest impact for the Kingdom.

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Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop and Linky Party

It’s time to share your blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop! Please join us for this week’s linky party where you can meet other bloggers and make new friends.

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Spring into Nature Giveaway sponsored by Katherine’s Corner

You are invited to enter to WIN! The Spring Into Nature Giveaway is sponsored by Katherine’s Corner and Simple Nature Decor.

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“What’s on Your Mind?” by Toni Samuels

Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things … And the God of peace will be with you. (Philippians 4:8, 9b, NIV)

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Words that Heal

“Choosing Words that Heal” by Heather C. King

In fits of rage and bursts of anger, right in the most intense point of conflict, we have to choose: Use our knowledge as a weapon and wound them where they are most sensitive….or lay it aside, choosing to protect the most tender parts of their soul.

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“When Life Feels Like a Competition” by Ifeoma Samuel

There is a big difference between setting reasonable goals then making attempts to fulfill them and making unattainable goals and whining why things don’t swing our way.

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“On That Day” by Nells Wasilewski

On that day,
an agonized cry
came from the cross–
A veil as dark as sin
covered the sun
and cast three crosses
in shadow.

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