Category Archives: Coward to Conqueror

July 30 – Coward to Conqueror – God’s Bananagrams

Read Judges 6:16-20 I love board games that use words. Challenge me to Bananagrams and I’m all in. My family says I’m a little competitive, but unscrambling and rearranging the letter tiles to form words makes me excited (especially if … Continue reading

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July 29 – Coward to Conqueror – Hand-me-downs, but Not Forgotten

Read Judges 6:14-15 Sitting at the kid’s table, wearing hand me downs and rarely being called the right name- things to laugh about if you’re the youngest in the family like me. One of my mom’s favorite sayings to me … Continue reading

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July 28 – Coward to Conqueror – The Power of a Name

Read Judges 6:12 Third grade was a hard year, one I’d like to forget. My teacher called me “Charlie”. In today’s culture, that is a common nickname for a girl, but not decades ago. I hated the name. I always … Continue reading

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July 27 – Coward to Conqueror – A Valiant Warrior

Read Judges 6:12-14 I love reading historical fiction and nonfiction stories, especially centered around the WWII era. It’s easy for me to visualize the scenes and, at times, the novels tend to romanticize that time period. However, reality can not … Continue reading

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July 26 – Coward to Conqueror – Finding Blessing in the Mundane

Read Judges 6:1-11 A pile of dishes overflowing the dish drainer, cleaned the evening before, beg me to put them in their right place. Crumbs on the counter, which escaped the last wipe down, mock my perfectionistic nature. The rumpled … Continue reading

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