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Jackie M. Johnson

March 21, 2016

4 Ways to Live the Joy of Easter Every Day

When I was a kid, Easter was all about the candy—and how much my siblings and I could consume before our parents pulled the plug on our sugar fix. Of course, we dyed eggs of various pastel ...

January 20, 2016

5 Keys for Dealing with Emotions after a Relationship Breakup

“I can’t do this any more.” “Things aren’t working out between us.” “I’ve found someone else.” You left. He left. You broke up, separate

December 28, 2015

6 Ways to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet!

It happens in a blink of an eye. The old is gone; the new comes. When the clock strikes midnight on December 31, suddenly it’s a brand new year. A blank slate. A new beginning.

December 07, 2015

Mixed Signals: Are We Dating or Just Friends?

When a guy sends mixed signals—like treating you like a girlfriend one minute and then treating you like you’re “just friends” the next (or ignoring you completely)—

November 04, 2015

Dealing with Emotions: Anger

Sometimes a little annoyance can turn into a larger irritation and result in a whole lot of anger. We all get angry once in a while and that’s normal. But when we ignore it, hide it, or ...

September 28, 2015

Nancy Leigh DeMoss’ Engagement and 6 Ways for Singles to Wait Well

When I first heard the news of Nancy Leigh DeMoss’ engagement I was surprised and delighted. Every single woman I’ve talked to—and most likely countless singles across America and

September 09, 2015

Exhausted? 5 Lies That Keep You from Real Rest

The past few months had been a whirlwind of activity—working copious overtime hours, writing another book, leading a weekly Bible study and other obligations—and tension was taking its t

August 04, 2015

Finances, Faith, and Finding Wild Hope

Money. It’s an emotionally charged word. In today’s uncertain economy, many people struggle to pay their bills, and often live paycheck to paycheck.