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Solo Performance {Grace & Truth linkup}

Solo Performance - God is enough for our kids {Grace & Truth linkup}

I was so moved by Karen's post this week - maybe because I felt like she was standing in a corner of my home, simply observing some of the real-life moments. Sometimes I feel like my own life is a solo performance, feeling particularly detached and in my own world as a mom. Life can be messy, … [continue]

Your Redemption Stories {Sherwood M.}

Your Redemption Stories - an opportunity for you to share your story with others || RebekahMHallberg.com

I recently shared a post asking for your redemption stories. I’m so excited that I’ve heard back from a couple of you with permission to share your stories! Please feel free to send your story, if you’re interested – my email is on the Contact page at the top of the blog. I love to […]

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Jump In – What’s Your Story?

Jump In - What's Your Story? Here's an opportunity for you to share your redemption story || RebekahMHallberg.com

Some of my favorite times have been with coffee and friends – whether it’s in real life, or reading their thoughts on their blogs. In fact, a few of us who share the gospel through our blogs have joined together to share each other’s writings, believing we are spreading the Word more effectively together. (I […]

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Raised from the Dead {Grace & Truth}

Solo Performance - God is enough for our kids {Grace & Truth linkup}

This week I wanted to share a post that really blessed me this week. The childlike faith that Amy shares about is refreshing!  The story of life being raised from the dead, likely because of a child’s simple prayer, is something that we can all use to remember that our God still works miracles! This story also […]

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Her Biggest Fan

Why I'm Her Biggest Fan - 30 Days of Love From a Mother's Heart || rebekahmhallberg.com

My daughter is 8 1/2 years old, and is the younger sister of two brothers. She has always stood her own with them, admiring her oldest brother and becoming best friends with her older brother. She’s the girl dressed like a princess with the Hot Wheels cars packed in her little purse. She’s always on […]

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Fresh Hope {Grace & Truth}

Solo Performance - God is enough for our kids {Grace & Truth linkup}

This week I wanted to share a post that encouraged me on a couple different levels. Bonnie Lyn shares Planted Promise: Fresh Hope for Wearied Hearts, where she tells of a “gift” from her son’s school that turned out to be a blessing for her and her son. But, she would have said no to the gift […]

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Broken Heart {Grace & Truth Linkup}

Solo Performance - God is enough for our kids {Grace & Truth linkup}

Have you ever suffered a broken heart? I honestly hope that your answer is “no,” but realistically, I’m sure you have experienced the pain of heart break. Deb, from Counting My Blessings, has written a post that is full of so much goodness as we try to heal and forgive those who have hurt us. […]

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Better Together

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There’s a special basket it my house – never empty, always full. Every once in a while I dig in and give it my best in an attempt to empty the basket. Today was that day – the day I worked through the “lonely sock basket” to check if there were any matches for the […]

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Grace & Truth Linkup

Solo Performance - God is enough for our kids {Grace & Truth linkup}

Welcome back to the Grace & Truth linkup! Normally I share a featured post here, but this week we’ve had a little extra going on with school and two birthdays. Our oldest son turned 15 and officially stands taller than me this year! The second birthday was…me! I turned 40 this year. We had a […]

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The Comeback of My Joy

The Comeback of my Joy - how God restores our joy || RebekahMHallberg.com

It’s pitch black, but I’m wide awake. I should be long asleep, but I’m savoring the goodness of my life. The celebration of another year is deep in my heart. When life knocked me down recently, I knew I wouldn’t die but I didn’t know if I would ever fully live again. There was one […]

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