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Top Priority: Biddy Chambers and Choosing God over Fear

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Jerusha: I’m honored to introduce you to Michelle Ule, biographer of Biddy Chambers, wife of the famous Oswald Chambers. Michelle is offering one free copy of the highly-acclaimed Mrs. Oswald Chambers to an FW reader. So join me in giving Michelle a warm, FW community welcome and leave a comment below to enter the giveaway! By Michelle Ule Picture this: …

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The Battles of 2017: Top 5 Fear Warrior Posts that Made Us Conquerors

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Where are you looking? If you’re like most of us at the start of this New Year, your gaze is fixed firmly ahead. You’re looking at the future of 2018. It’s a natural response. The new year is full of possibilities, hopes, and dreams. Anything could happen. If you’re a fearful type like I am, that statement is a pretty …

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The Best Gift: Receiving Good Gifts without Fear

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He wasn’t supposed to be here today. The doctors told us our dog, our beautiful, gentle giant had only three months to live. When we received this diagnosis for our beloved dog this summer, we were devastated. I shared my heart and pain with you in a post here, in which I also shared the overwhelming fears this diagnosis wrought …

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Have Yourself an Anxious Little Christmas: Finding Peace When Troubles Are in Sight

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Jerusha: Today we’re joined by Ruth O’Neil, a freelance writer and author of the Advent book, The 25 Days of Christmas Family Devotional. Ruth is sharing some fear-fighting tips and an excerpt from her devotional. She’s also offering one free digital copy of the devotional! Leave a comment below to enter the giveaway! By Ruth O’Neil Christmas can be a hard …

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Just Do It: Silencing the Voice of Fear to Follow God’s Call

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Jerusha: I’m delighted to introduce you to author and musician, Amanda Wen! Please join me in giving her a big Fear Warrior community welcome! By Amanda Wen Hello, everyone! It’s an honor to be here today at the Fear Warrior Blog! Battling fear is a personal passion of mine, and has been a lifelong struggle. I pray my experience can …

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The Scars of Fear: How to Overcome Your Past and Find Courage for the Future

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Jerusha: I’m pleased to introduce you to Petra Creasy, my online friend and fellow writer. Let’s give Petra a big FW community welcome! By Petra Creasy I have been hurt—a lot. I’m not saying that to get sympathy, it’s just a matter of fact. I was in a marriage where my fears were mocked. My hurts were evidence that I …

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There and Back Again: How to Fearlessly Face a Changing Life

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Jerusha: We’re joined today by Helene Smith, blogger at Maidservants of Christ. Please join me in giving her a big welcome to our Fear Warrior community! By Helene Smith A decade ago, my husband and I took our four-year-old daughter and moved to be missionaries in a developing nation. With a long stay in front of us, we sold off …

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View from the Shore: Beating Fear of the Deep Unknown

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Jerusha: I’m delighted to introduce you to Hope Welborn, an award-winning writer in my own genre of romantic suspense! Please join me in giving her a big Fear Warrior community welcome! By Hope Welborn Fear is a strong motivator for human behavior. For most people, at the core of our actions and decisions is a thread of fear. When fear …

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A Hopeful Grief: Facing the Toughest Times without Fear

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Cancer. I had expected something minor, something treatable. Instead, I was told my beloved dog has a tumor and a cancer that will probably kill him. The diagnosis hit hard and began to painfully chip at my heart, preparing it to shatter when the end comes, far sooner than I had expected. The apparent injustice of the diagnosis strangled me. …