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  • Ministry Isn't Only for ExtrovertsSubscriber Access Only
    Embrace your introversion . . . and bless the church.
    Ministry Isn't Only for Extroverts. Embrace your introversion . . . and bless the church. Margot Starbuck. Ministry Isn't Only for Extroverts. Image: GRAI / SHUTTERSTOCK. "Move it, mister!”.
  • Stop Carrying Mom ShameSubscriber Access Only
    God made you just right for your precious children.
    Stop Carrying Mom Shame. God made you just right for your precious children. Margot Starbuck. Stop Carrying Mom Shame. Image: NIELS HARIOT / SHUTTERSTOCK.
  • The Surprising Antidote to LonelinessSubscriber Access Only
    How two hard things equal unlikely joy
    The Surprising Antidote to Loneliness. How two hard things equal unlikely joy. Margot Starbuck. The Surprising Antidote to Loneliness. Image: MASSON / SHUTTERSTOCK.
  • The Lie That’s Choking the Life out of UsSubscriber Access Only
    And the love that changes everything
    The Lie That's Choking the Life out of Us. And the love that changes everything. Margot Starbuck. The Lie That's Choking the Life out of Us. Image: SAMANTHA
  • God Is Not FairSubscriber Access Only
    Hallelujah!
    And in “The Lie That's Choking the Life out of Us,” Margot Starbuck invites each of us to consider how God's generous, accepting love can change our own sense of identity and purpose
  • How to Fight the “More-More-More” CultureSubscriber Access Only
    Make this radical admission.
    How to Fight the “More-More-More” Culture. Make this radical admission. Margot Starbuck. How to Fight the “More-More-More” Culture. Image: SSOKOLOV / LIGHTSTOCK.COM.
  • The Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015 Subscriber Access Only
    Our readers and writers pick the best of TCW.
    Austin's insights in this article equip me for the journey.” —Margot Starbuck. “Dating: Are We Doing it Wrong?” by Joy Beth Smith. “How to Comfort a Grieving Friend” by Margot Starbuck.
  • The Top 10 Parenting Posts of 2015: Jen Hatmaker, Calling, and MoreSubscriber Access Only
    Here’s the best of TCW’s parenting section.
    7. “How to Talk to Your Kids About Homosexuality” by Corrie Cutrer. 8. “When Internet Filters Are Not Enough” by Margot Starbuck. 9. “Raising Strong Christian Boys” by Kim Harms. 10.
  • The Danger of NiceSubscriber Access Only
    We’re made for more than meek and mild.
    The Danger of Nice. We're made for more than meek and mild. Margot Starbuck. The Danger of Nice. Image: LASSEDESIGNEN / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM.
  • Dear Birthmoms and Foster ParentsSubscriber Access Only
    An open letter
    Dear Birthmoms and Foster Parents. An open letter. Margot Starbuck. Dear Birthmoms and Foster Parents. Image: FAUK74 / ISTOCK.COM. Birthmom, when
  • Owning White SupremacySubscriber Access Only
    This is about more than the KKK.
    Owning White Supremacy. This is about more than the KKK. Margot Starbuck. Owning White Supremacy. Image: RENA SCHILD / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM.
  • What If Moses Took the Myers-Briggs?Subscriber Access Only
    Neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, extrovert nor introvert
    And in “The Danger of Nice,” Margot Starbuck unpacks the danger we face—especially as women—when we mistakenly think being a Christian means we simply must be well-behaved
  • Learning to Love Your Sinful NeighborSubscriber Access Only
    Our reluctance to move toward those identified as "sinful" keeps us from living like Jesus.
    Margot Starbuck. Learning to Love Your Sinful Neighbor. Image: NPINE / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM. Copyright © 2013 by Margot Starbuck and Christianity Today. Join the conversation. 1.
  • How to Comfort a Grieving FriendSubscriber Access Only
    Afraid you'll say something stupid? That's okay.
    How to Comfort a Grieving Friend. Afraid you'll say something stupid? That's okay. Margot Starbuck. How to Comfort a Grieving Friend. Image: PICS-XL / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM.
  • Brave Enough to Be Bare-Faced?Subscriber Access Only
    Do you value the real woman under your makeup?
    Do you value the real woman under your makeup? Margot Starbuck. Brave Enough to Be Bare-Faced? Margot Starbuck, MDiv, is an award-winning writer and speaker.

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