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In seasons of unpaid work or at-home care, your calling is still significant.
significant. Nana Dolce. Image: Melissa / Lightstock. Editor's Nana Dolce (MTS, Palmer Theological Seminary) lives in Washington, DC, with her family. She writes
Are Smart, Educated Women Still Called to the Church Nursery?
For women like me, children’s ministry can seem like low-level work for the least experienced.
experienced. Nana Dolce. Image: Heins Designs / Lightstock. Nana Dolce (MTS, Palmer Theological Seminary) lives in Washington, DC, with her family. She
12 Podcasts for Your Summer Listening List
A dozen women weigh in with their favorite podcasts on practicing the Sabbath, the science of pianos, and other topics worth talking about this summer.
As I listened, I was amazed at how good news from a wise shepherd—a stranger miles away—could soothe the soul. Nana Dolce, writer at motherhoodandsanctity.com. 11.
After Childhood Abuse, How Can I Trust Others with My Kids?
I equip my daughters to protect themselves and their bodies in ways I didn’t learn to.
I equip my daughters to protect themselves and their bodies in ways I didn't learn to. Nana Dolce, guest writer. Image: Todd Morris / Flickr. My first day watching porn was also my last.
The Stories We Hope You Didn't Miss
The female pastors bringing hope to Middle East churches, talking about race with your kids, and how immigrants are reshaping American missions.
for the least experienced. Nana DolceSeptember 05, 2017 7:42 AM. What Science Says About the Age of Accountability Science | CT Magazine. What
Weekend Edition—July 29, 2016
Disaster Relief, Excuses, Sharing faith, Church signs, and more!
After Childhood Abuse, How Can I Trust Others with My Kids?—Nana Dolce. A thoughtful answer to the question of how to protect our kids and minister to others.
Confessions of a (Sinful) OverachieverSubscriber Access Only
Praise or mockery: The problem with our reactions to “super-moms.”
Opinion | Family. Confessions of a (Sinful) Overachiever. Praise or mockery: The problem with our reactions to “super-moms.”. Nana Dolce, guest writer. Image: Shutterstock.
The Most Wonderfully Painful Time of the Year
The Most Wonderfully Painful Time of the Year
Christmas reminds us that faith in the future does not erase our pain in the present.
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