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  • Meeting the God of NurtureSubscriber Access Only
    Explore and respond to the nurturing side of God.
    In "His Healing Heart," Holly Vicente Robaina reminds us that we rarely focus on the many healings God has given us from physical sickness, and the many days we've experienced
  • His Healing HeartSubscriber Access Only
    God's provision of health reveals much about his nurturing character.
    His Healing Heart. God's provision of health reveals much about his nurturing character. Holly Vicente Robaina. His Healing Heart. "God doesn't always heal.".
  • Working Toward AcceptanceSubscriber Access Only
    Three steps to make this spiritual practice really work for you.
    When we fixate on our lack, we essentially tell God, You aren't enough. My weakness trumps your strength."—Holly Vicente Robaina. Which of these quotes do you resonate with?
  • When Fears Hold You BackSubscriber Access Only
    Will our weakness trump God's strength?
    When Fears Hold You Back. Will our weakness trump God's strength? Holly Vicente Robaina. When Fears Hold You Back. Have you ever heard God's
  • Strength in NumbersSubscriber Access Only
    Christian community provides protection from spiritual attack and sluggishness—even for introverts.
    Strength in Numbers. Christian community provides protection from spiritual attack and sluggishness—even for introverts. Holly Vicente Robaina. Strength in Numbers.
  • Isolation NationSubscriber Access Only
    Research confirms the benefits of friendship. So why are so many women lonely?
    Holly Vicente Robaina. Isolation Nation. Holly Vicente Robaina is a Kyria regular contributor who lives in California. Copyright © 2011 by the author or Christianity Today/Kyria.com.
  • DowntimeSubscriber Access Only
    Could God have a sanctifying purpose for the sadness I feel?
    Holly Vicente Robaina. Downtime. Holly Vicente Robaina is a writer living in California. Copyright © 2010 by the author or Christianity Today/Kyria.com. Click here for reprint information.
  • A Time to MournSubscriber Access Only
    A Time to Mourn. Holly Vincente Robaina. A Time to Mourn. Within the past week, I lost two friends. One was a Christian, a member of my church. She committed suicide.
  • Spiritual ResolutionsSubscriber Access Only
    Spiritual Resolutions. Holly Vicente Robaina. Spiritual Resolutions. Have you broken your New Year's resolutions yet? I'm admittedly cynical about making
  • The "Other"Subscriber Access Only
    Can a diverse church be unified?
    The "Other". Can a diverse church be unified? Holly Vicente Robaina. The "Other". Several years ago, my friend LaTonya invited me to a gospel concert
  • Breaking Up the Christian PartySubscriber Access Only
    Breaking Up the Christian Party. Holly Vicente Robaina. Breaking Up the Christian Party. Imagine this: You walk into church and find your good friend "Linda" in tears.
  • Scrooge SyndromeSubscriber Access Only
    Scrooge Syndrome. Holly Vicente Robaina. Scrooge Syndrome. There's an old saying: Give 'til it hurts. In these tumultuous economic times, it apparently hurts too much.
  • Questioning GodSubscriber Access Only
    Questioning God. Holly Vincente Robaina. Questioning God. Maria Sue Chapman, the five-year-old daughter of veteran Christian singer Steven Curtis
  • Praying for TerroristsSubscriber Access Only
    Praying for Terrorists. Holly Vicente Robaina. Praying for Terrorists. 'I was having a Jonah moment. Several years ago I realized I didn't want to forgive
  • Christians Behaving BadlySubscriber Access Only
    Christians Behaving Badly. Holly Vincente Robaina. Christians Behaving Badly. I was shocked and dismayed to hear actor Heath Ledger died last month.

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