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The Desert Mothers Didn’t Change Diapers. But Maybe They Should Have.
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Penny Carothers is a mom and the Social Justice Editor at the Burnside Writers Collective. You can find her on Twitter, her blog, or more often, on the floor playing with legos. You may also remember her as Penny from Blue Like Jazz, except she’s even more awesome in person. I guess I’m not postmodern […]

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The Most Unexplored Cosmos
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I heard a documentarian say the oceans were the most unexplored known territory, even more so than space. He said we know less about the deeps than we do the heights, and I suppose we could debate his point. He was no doubt trying to peak our interest and raise more money for more documentaries, […]

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Parentocracy
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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The following is the first in a series of guest posts. Jason Boyett is the author of O Me of Little Faith and the Pocket Guide series of books. Find him at Dadequate, Twitter, Facebook, and at jasonboyett.com. There’s a hot new website — they still make those, you know — called Fitocracy. It’s a […]

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How Should we use Intuition in Decision Making?
By Donald Miller
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A Reminder that Beauty Comes from Pain
By Donald Miller
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Leaders Lead People Through the Fear
By Donald Miller
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The Best Writing Advice I’ve Ever Received
By Donald Miller
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How to Share Bad News
By Donald Miller
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Chris Seay on Story and Living with Conviction
By Donald Miller
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Facing Your Fears to Live Your Dreams
By Donald Miller
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A Good Reason to Get Real
By Donald Miller
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