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Singles Are Sick of the Jingles: Dos & Don’ts of Talking to Single Women

Singles Are Sick of the Jingles: Dos & Don’ts of Talking to Single Women

“You don’t have to be lonely, at FarmersOnly.com.” The jingle rang out over my parents tv. We all laughed as my ranch-owner dad threatened to set up an account for his single daughter…me. As I remember how we joked about the catchy jingle every time it came on, I recall other not-so-catchy…

Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Christian Community

Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Christian Community

I went to a Christian college for my undergraduate degree and one of the words I heard a lot while there was “community.” I thought I knew what community was all about, but it wasn’t until I read Life Together…

Spring 2018 Women's Events

Spring 2018 Women's Events

I'm really excited for the upcoming Spring season for several reasons. First, who doesn't love the Spring time?! The warmer weather and budding flowers and trees are something I always look forward to. Second, this season is going to be bustling with opportunities for our CRBC women to connect with one another and grow in their relationship with our Gracious God.

Savoring the Season

Savoring the Season

There is something inviting and magical about fall; a coziness, a warmth. For me, there is a nostalgia that accompanies this transitional season from the heat of the summer to winter’s chill. I love the aroma of what is baking in the oven, the crisp breeze (for the brief time we actually have fall weather in Oklahoma), the leaves changing color, college football, and gathering around the table with loved ones.

Letting Go of Anxiety

Letting Go of Anxiety

Anxiety has been an unwelcome friend for as long as I can remember. I can think back to moment after moment where I felt like I was in the center of a hurricane and could not get out. I felt like I was spinning and then starting to drown. The tears would come and would not stop. Then the guilt would kick in; the “I know better than this,” “why is this so hard for me,” and “how did I get to here again.” My stomach is in knots just thinking about it.