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Christian Living Community

The Day the World Stopped

I remember brushing off the words of my co-worker, convinced he was joking when he made the rounds prior to opening to tell everyone a plane had slammed into one of the World...

author: Rebecca Barrack

Community Families Singles

There's Just Something About Sisters

[As appeared on Star Tribune] Whether you grew up with a brother or sister, or maybe multiple siblings, those with whom you share parents (and sometimes a room with!) create a...

author: Rebecca Barrack

Christian Living Families

How to Change Your Perspective in 2021

Did anyone else make the foolish claim 365 days ago, “2020 is my year!”? I had high hopes, and was on the right track in many ways. That is, until March 17.

author: Rebecca Barrack

Community Families Singles

9 Ways to Stick With Your Resolutions

[As appeared on Minneapolis Star Tribune] Here we are, just a few months into the New Year. How are those resolutions looking?  

author: Rebecca Barrack

Christian Living Community

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

Everyone seems to be dealing with and running their own gamut of emotions right now. Times of crisis will do that. People, with all our myriad of personalities and tendencies, ...

author: Rebecca Barrack

Healthy Living Families Singles

How to Declutter Without Losing Your Mind

[As appeared on WRAL.com] Do you have multiple containers of the same spice because you can never find what you need? Do your bathroom drawers refuse to close? Do your closet...

author: Rebecca Barrack

Community Families

Book Review: Too Blessed To Be Stressed For Moms

Many of our Medi-Share members are talented writers and accomplished authors. As part of our efforts to highlight these gifts, we’ll be regularly reviewing member publications...

author: Rebecca Barrack

Christian Living Community

How God's Peace Can Bring the Healing You Need

There is so much sickness in the world today. Many say it is connected to the foods we eat, our environment, or even brought on by that which is meant to “heal” us in the first...

author: Rebecca Barrack