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Stop Letting Your Daughter Post These 7 Things on Instagram
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“We’ve given our girls permission to have an Instagram account, but are we teaching them how to appropriately represent themselves on the popular social media site?” The post Stop Letting Your Daughter Post These 7 Things on Instagram appeared first on Faithit.

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Dear Moms, Let’s Stop Drinking the Kool-Aid
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“Moms, it’s time to loosen our grips. It’s time to admit that perhaps we’ve boarded the wrong train—a train we thought would take us to better discernment, but has actually led to fear, anxiety, and judging one another.” The post Dear Moms, Let’s Stop Drinking the Kool-Aid appeared first on Faithit.

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3 Things Christians Should Stop Saying
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“Prayer works” and two other phrases that give Christians a bad name… The post 3 Things Christians Should Stop Saying appeared first on Faithit.

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10 Counterfeit Christ Figures We Should Stop Worshiping
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“We have to wonder, is this the real Jesus of the Bible or a Jesus of our own making?” The post 10 Counterfeit Christ Figures We Should Stop Worshiping appeared first on Faithit.

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Mom Feels Overwhelmed With 2 Kids Clinging to Her Legs—Then Her Daughter Says 4 Words that Stop Her in Her Tracks
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“I looked away from what I was doing, over the mess of dirty children with fingernails that needed to be clipped digging sharply into my calves, and asked her what she meant… This girl. She’s young. And she was so spot-on that I started to cry a little.” The post Mom Feels Overwhelmed With 2 […]

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How to Stop Reacting to Your Child’s Pleading Texts
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How do you discern when to bail your kid out and when to let natural consequences be their guide? The post How to Stop Reacting to Your Child’s Pleading Texts appeared first on Faithit.

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You Need to Stop Pointing That Finger
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Is God a Republican or a Democrat? We, as Believers, can be the most judgemental people. We tend to hold onto the belief that, because we are Christians, we have a right to judge each other (and Unbelievers). If those who are being judged do not agree with us, then we most likely end up […]

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