‘You cannot heal the wounds you don’t acknowledge.’

Joi Freeman shares how the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have affected her personally, and what we as a society must do if we want to see true, lasting change.

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Who Is Your Spiritual Support?

Amaryllis Sánchez Wohlever, MD, physician, coach, speaker, author of Recapturing Joy in Medicine, and 4word mentor, shares what spiritual accountability has meant to her and why she thinks it is vitally important to anyone looking for sustained growth as a Christian.

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Why Prayer Isn’t a ‘Quick Fix’

Kathryn Kilner, community outreach coordinator for 4word: San Francisco, has focused on growing and nurturing her prayer life and offers her tips for giving prayer the priority it deserves.

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“It’s hard but it’s possible.” — How to Break Down Systemic Racism

LaDonna Slade returns to the 4word blog to share from her heart about how we as a society and as fellow Christians can begin to break down the grip of systemic racism.

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How Professional Women Can Bless Their Churches

Lisa Adams, coach, pastor's wife, and leader of 4word: Saratoga Springs, talks about how she has learned to carve out a place for herself as a professional woman in a church family, and how you can do the same thing!

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‘This is about restoration.’ — A call-to-action from a 4word woman

We asked Nicole Dickens to share her thoughts on the current unrest in America. May her words light a fire within you to begin restoration!

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Why We Get Bored Studying the Bible

LaDonna Slade, speaker, coach, and small groups coordinator for 4word: Austin, shares a simple four-step fix to studying the Bible in a way that makes it easy to keep going!

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Putting Your Spiritual Gifts to Work

Meet Jackie Parker. She’s the president of the Newell Rubbermaid Foundation and Vice President of Corporate Philanthropy at Newell Rubbermaid. Jackie’s passion for helping people and improving communities have made a noticeable…

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