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ow many hats do you wear? I’m a wife, fur mom, pros business owner, coach, captain, and friend – just to name a know when to put on our man or woman of faith hat? Trick that we put on at varying times when it is convenient. It shou Life is wonderful, messy, and amazing. But we only have Father gave them to us and we only have them for 100 years For each hat that you wear, you meet new and different pe understand we can’t preach 24/7 and often times as soon as s defensive and reject anything we may say without listening. such love and passion that others can’t help to wonder what conflict can she (or he) be so happy? How can she see the gl not want to give up? And what is the answer? Jesus. People will notice. People because they want to be happy too. How is it possible you ca seem so happy? Is it fake? What is really going on with you? death, fear, negativity, gossip, and depression that when a pe people think something must be wrong. How could someone everyone who we never thought we could share with. What have led me through some dark times in the past, but He alw children through trials and tribulations so that we can experi the bad so we understand the good. He allows us to suffer so them the path to His light. As you wear each hat, just remember that others are watch seems happy. That girl who sees the good when everyone els a friend needs and isn’t afraid to bring positivity into the wo you can do it and what hat gives you that satisfaction. It isn’ shining through. We may be teased or mocked but nothing c


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secutor, daughter, sister, police legal advisor, cousin, writer, few. With so many different hats that we wear, how do we question. Being a man or woman of God shouldn’t be a hat uld be a tattoo that is written across our hearts – permanent. e these wonderful, messy, and amazing lives because our s if we are lucky. ople. God brings people into our lives for a purpose. I someone feels they are being preached to, they become I challenge you that while wearing each hat, you share is different about you. How in this world of negativity and lass half-full? What does she have in her life that makes her

will see your fervor for life and they will start asking an do so many things? How are you so happy? Why do you ? In today’s world we are so accustomed to seeing hate, erson is happy, loving, kind, gentle, and on fire for life, e be so happy? This is our opportunity to share with has given strength and happiness? The Lord. Yes, He may ways has a purpose. He always has a plan. He leads his ience the triumphs with enthusiasm and love. He shows us o that we may help others through their suffering and show

hing you. They’re watching that girl they know who always se only sees bad and the girl who will always be there when orld when others only bring negativity. They’ll wonder how t a hat my friends, it is the love of our Lord Jesus Christ can stop the Lord’s love and light from shining through us.


MAKING PLANS WRITTEN BY CLARE TUCKER. PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANGELIC MAGAZINE.

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WHAT TO DO WHEN GOD CHANGES YOUR PLANS.

s I'm settling in and making plans, signing exercise program contacts and accepting permanent job offers, another huge life change presents itself and I'm sitting there thinking, “God… Are you serious??” I was getting comfortable thinking I had it all figured out and was exactly where God wanted me to be, all the while stifling and basically ignoring that feeling in my gut that I was probably wrong. I believe what I want to and I justify decisions that seem right because I don’t always talk to God with an open ear… I still pray to Him for confirmation of my own plans. It’s a flaw… that probably won’t ever simply go away. I’m human and He knows me… but it’s ok. What isn’t ok is getting mad at Him like a spoiled brat and going back to that negative place in my very human, over-reactive mind. “God, seriously?? I was just settling in, getting comfortable, figuring out my familiar places and faces, thinking this is what you had for me, and you go and change it up again. Is this some cruel joke? Are you trying to teach me a lesson? What did I do wrong? I’m following you. I’m loving you and pressing in to you. I’m trying to study your word and share your son with people when I can. It’s your fault you didn’t tell me this is what you wanted when I fasted and prayed and fasted and prayed, begging you to show me the way to go. I did what I thought you told me you wanted, and now I have to change it all up again? What will people think? Am I doomed to this not so carefree and cool gypsy-dreamer-wind chaser kind of life when in my heart I want a home, family, children and to flipping shop for groceries at the same store for once?” Yeah...that’s basically a play by play of an all too real convo with God, the King of the Universe, Savior of the World, if you will. It isn’t ok because it’s so apparent when seeing this on paper that He is the Great Parent and I am the small-minded daughter. It isn’t ok because He knows EVERYTHING and I know very little about God’s sovereign and out-of-this-world plans for me. How little I know about what’s to come in this life compared to all He knows actually gives me anxiety a lot of the time, but not knowing is part of the peace and freedom you get with this life. You can't make wrong decisions when you stay close to the Father. As long as we try as hard as we can to always seek his will and know Him more, He will protect us from harm and those wrong paths we so easily used to stumble down. It doesn’t mean we’ll get it perfect, sometimes we still might play “trial and error” but the trying and even the error all get us to our God-detour. Not a wrong turn, just another way around a road that just wasn’t quite safe enough or ready for us to go down. The detours provide new scenery and we may find something on the way we would’ve never found had we gone down the usual or seemingly “better” path.


"I WAS JUST SETTLING IN, GETTING COMFORTABLE, FIGURING OUT MY FAMILIAR PLACES AND FACES, THINKING THIS IS WHAT YOU HAD FOR ME, AND YOU GO AND CHANGE IT UP AGAIN. IS THIS SOME CRUEL JOKE?"

He cares enough to change my course. He cares enough to take me a different and much better route. “When doubts filled my mind, your comfort gave me renewed hope and cheer” {Psalms ‭94:19‬}. So, at the end of the day, at the end of the freak outs and questioning, one thing remains: He’s got me. And now I get to excitedly dabble in the idea of taking a major life adventure with the one God made for me. Out of all the waiting and worrying, plan-making and unnecessary stress, He stops me, wraps His arms around me and says, “Be still a minute and watch me, let me show you my ideas.” I have a choice to accept His way, but He will not force it. I’m learning to choose. All the really good things in my life, like the things that have worked out amazing and not just okay, have been the things I prayed over, said goodbye to and handed up to my Father to take over and carry. Not once has it ever returned void. “A man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord determines his steps.” {Proverbs 16:9}. Thank you God for making my steps. Your ways are better.‬


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"THE THINGS I VALUE THE MOST IN LIFE ARE MY RELATIONSHIP WITH CHRIST AND MY RELATIONSHIPS WITH PEOPLE. "

1. How did you get into photography?

When I was growing up, my family always made sure we were in the outdoors. We spent most of our time camping in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Colorado, and Yellowstone National Park. I always had a camera with me on these trips and that's where my initial love for photography began. At the beginning of college, I realized I loved photographing people and telling their stories whether it be engagements, weddings, or portraits. I also realized that I could combine my love for outdoor photography with my love for people photography to create images that were unique to my own style of shooting. Since then, I have been shooting engagements and weddings and nothing makes me happier!

2. If you could photograph 1 living person today, who would it be an why?

I would love to photograph Vivian Maier, a film photographer who did not become famous until the very end of her life. She was so talented and creative with her images, but she never shared them with anyone. I would love to photograph her and ask her why she never wanted to share her amazing work with others.

3. How does your faith influence you as a photographer?

The things I value the most in life are my relationship with Christ and my relationships with people. I am passionate about God's plans for me, and I am passionate about creating meaningful relationships with people and sharing their stories. I am able to create new relationships with others through my photography, spread the joy that Christ has given me, and share people’s stories with others.

4. 5 years from now, what would you like your photography bio to say?

In 5 years from now, I would love to have impacted the wedding photography industry in a creative way that has greatly set my photography style apart from others. I hope to have told the stories of many more couples through my photography and have been a part of many lasting memories in people’s lives.

5. If you could ask God 1 question and He had to answer it, what would you ask?

I would ask Him what He thought of each place He created in nature and what He intended for us to think of his creation; was it to show His immense love for us or give us inspiration to find beauty in our lives?


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B Y JESSE ANAYA n May 14th we traveled to Lexington, KY to host our 1st ever Singer/Songwriter Showcase. We had a collection of 5 singer/songwriters perform their music: Joe Hayes and Jacob Hunt, Katrina Barclay, Abraham Mwinda, Carly Jones and Justin Carlson. What I'm taking away from this experience is the collective effort of everyone involved who contributed towards proclaiming Jesus through this showcase. The heart behind the night was really just an excuse to gather musicians so that they could sing their music to Jesus, and whoever may have heard them, our purpose was for the showcase to bless the listeners as well as the community of Lexington. Behind the scenes there was The Roastery staff, (the coffeehouse where the showcase took place) who played the ro this night wouldn't have be a women's ministry in Lex prayer and every musician with the intent so that God The night before the would be involved in t together which included ou Lane of Roses Ministry, T husbands of the women i what was great about that friends, not just people a p for a one time deal b fellowshipped, we praye memory with each other carry with us. On the night of the show was kind of cold, slightly r that it was a bit of cultu weather and base of the m but we loved the culture ch Doing an event like this know what to expect but w the performances of the something to the musici enjoyed seeing them smi talent, their work, their so


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an audience who came and stayed till the very end. What I learned through this experiences is that by ourselves as a magazine we are limited, but when we reach out to other ministries, other groups of people who desire to profess their faith in Jesus too, together we can do amazing things in His name. This singer/songwriter showcase was put on by our mag and The Roastery, but there were 20 other people behind the scenes who made this night happen. As we move onto summer and into the next phase of our magazine, I'm inspired to partner with more organizations and more people as we seek to run our race. I'm inspired to unite with others because in this season of my life and the magazine's ministry, it's doing things together where memories are made, friendships are built and where dreams come true. le of, if it wasn't for them, een possible. Lane of Roses, xington opened the night in n who performed, they sang may be glorified. showcase, everyone who the showcase had dinner ur mag team, the musicians, The Roastery staff and the involved in the night. And night was that we became part of some event together but we broke bread, we ed and we made a real that I think we'll always

wcase, that day in Lexington rainy, wet and brisk enough ure change from our May magazine on the west coast, hange. s for the first time, I didn't what I'm taking away from e night is that it meant ians to perform. I really ile and get to share their ngwriting and passion with


I am created to love.


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WENDY TAYLOR, PRESIDENT OF FREEDOM TRADE INTERNATIONAL WRITTEN & PHOTOGRAPHED BY DAKOTA AUSTIN, B IRMINGHAM, AL

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ne day, a friend of mine called me and said that the Lord had put me on her heart to take a trip to India. She said there were more unreached people groups in India than anywhere else in the world. India had never been on my radar. China was, but not India. I really didn’t have to pray about it too hard because the Lord had provided the exact amount needed for that trip in advance. That was in January of 2014. In November, the church asked me if I would lead a team back to India. I said yes. When I was there, Lord put it on my heart to go in a brothel. He had used the song “Place of Freedom” before I went to tell me that. “There’s a place my eyes can’t see, where my spirit longs to be. It’s a place of healing, it’s a place I live in freedom.” I knew there was something that he wanted me to see. When I got to the brothel, I knew that’s what it was. It was a catalyst moment for me and for several people on that team. My life would never be the same. I knew China was no longer an option. I had to do something about those women I interacted with that day. I could related to their shame. I could relate to their bondage. They were locked up in more ways than one. That’s what birthed Freedom Trade International. I knew absolutely nothing about starting a non-profit or how we would go about dealing with this beast of human trafficking. I knew very little about India. It was shortly after that trip in January that my friend suggested that I go through Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. When I went through Perspectives, my eyes were opened to how unstrategically we had done things. It was an eye-opener. Perspectives lit the fire in us. We couldn’t keep doing short-term; we had to find our place. There is a place for us in the story of God’s glory. We have to find our role. We started praying for that. Initially, we thought that we were to send and pray because that was something that we could do right then. So, we started doing that. But after going into that brothel, I knew God wanted me to get more involved. So I prayed, “God, if there is a place you can use me in the story of your glory, you know who I am. I am uneducated. I’m divorced. I’m not rich. But, I do have an entrepreneur spirit. God, if you can use that in the story of your glory, then show me where.” Lo and behold if he didn’t lead me to a freedom business. God guided me. Before the ladies of the church stepped up, it was Joyce Meyers. When I used to nurse Maggie in the middle of the night and didn’t know Jesus, it was her. The tv was on and it was just her head talking and I stared into her eyes and listened. She was pouring those seeds into me that the church harvested. I was listening. From there, God blessed me with another mentor from my small group who was a traveling world evangelist. She saw that the Lord was taking me somewhere. We began serving together. The church took notice of that and empowered us to be leaders. We started prospering as we started pouring more into the kingdom. That allowed us to get into some leadership programs that we really needed to be in. I needed to learn about leadership. Now, all of that makes sense. Team work makes the dream work. Out of this mentoring came more mentors. We connected with Jack Reid of Mountain Child Nepal and told him that we wanted to do something in India in human trafficking. He told us to connect with someone in India who was already


doing it and find them. One day, a girl on our team was shopping in Lifeway and found a keychain from a business in India. It was a freedom business in the district that we had been looking at. Through that, we made contact with the president of the organization who invited us to their Freedom Encounter that trains people from all over the globe to operate freedom businesses. We went to the encounter and it stretched us. It was what we needed and who we needed. They mentored us and told us that if we would just launch a new freedom business that they would help us with the paperwork. So, here we are. The bible says, “Is anything too hard for the Lord?” I’m so glad that it doesn’t depend on me. Because, if it did, nothing would ever happen. God has amazed me at all of the doors that he has opened. I know without a shadow of a doubt that he loves his daughters and wants them in freedom. He will use whoever says that they want to be part of that, whether it’s in the states or another country. In any capacity. There is a place for everybody. To find out more Freedom Trade International and what you can do to join the fight against human trafficking, visit www.freedomtradeinternational.org


I am created to dream.


I am created to believe.


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WHEN PUTTING OTHERS FIRST PUTS YOU LAST.

B Y KAYTIE GAUS - @KAYTIEMAY_ am a care taker and a nurturer by nature. If you need to complain and whine to someone, I’m here. If you need a shoulder to cry on, I’ll be there in 10 with a box of tissues. If you need sound and steady advice (even if you choose not to listen), come on over. If you need a Bible study leader, I’ll meet you at the coffee shop next Tuesday. All of these statements describe who I am and where my passions are found. I am a people person and also a people pleaser. I don’t say no too much, especially if I know it would make someone happy and I could serve them. I’m a middle child, and I’m sure if you are too, you can relate to some of the statements above. I hate being in the center of conflict. I try to avoid any confrontation with my friends and family. I just want everyone to find happiness, even if it means the expense of mine. Being a “counselor” and the “mom” to my different friend groups is something I am truly passionate about and I know God hard wired that trait in me. God has filled me with His Spirit to relay His voice to others, and I respect that. But many of times, I feel I get emotionally invested into other people’s problems and it takes its toll. Sure, I have just tried “not to care” about things, and I absolutely cannot do it. If I see someone struggling with something, I have to get involved, it’s just a gut feeling. God has allowed me to find my happiness and fullness in Him through being this constant for people around me. But I’ll be honest, in recent months, I am struggling deep down with finding my strength and happiness through this spiritual gift He has given me. To get an earful of constant negativity, feelings of sadness and anger, judgment, regret, and more, will really start to drag you down and affect your happiness, no matter who you are. One thing I know that I constantly forget to do after I talk to and pray for these individuals, is to also give God the negativity that was spilled out onto me. I carry these feelings around with me for who knows how long and I notice my mood start to falter because of issues that aren’t my own, while I am still carrying my unreleased burdens. So sometimes I find myself wrestling with the question “when can I be happy?” and the answer is right now. The ultimate counselor and shoulder to cry on is the very person who died for me and promises to take care of my every need. So if you are reading this and can relate to carrying the baggage of not only yourself, but someone else, or maybe even the baggage and the distress of the world, give it all up to God and relax in the peace that will follow.


SITTING IN SILENCE GOD CAN USE HIS SILENCE AS GUIDANCE.

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B Y LAUREN PRATHER - @THESTYLISTLAUREN ou hear so many testimonies about how God speaks in people's lives. Shows them, tells them, guides them. But what happens when you pray and don't hear anything back? You don't see a change in what you were praying for, or feel guidance in what to do next. Feeling stuck is not a comfortable feeling. Maybe that is when God has you right where He wants you. Have you ever been so deep in thought that the slightest interruption can completely drain everything you were thinking? Leaving you wondering how you can be so introspective, closing in on a conclusion, but drawing a blank the next? If you only had just a few more minutes, seconds even, you could have had your answer. God can use His silence as guidance. It doesn't mean He doesn't love you, it doesn't mean He has left you. Wait out the silence; use the time to draw closer to Him. The silence will pass, but His love for you won't. You may find yourself in the darkest place, but you are not there to stay. Don't give up on Him, He hasn't given up on you.


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hday. n New Year’s Eve, when it’s cold outside and the stars are peeking in at us, and it’s just you and I holding ds, will I forget to pull you in close to me, softly kiss you and whisper in your ear, “let’s make a wish?” cause I might not be who you think I am. don’t want to marry you for love. aybe that doesn’t make sense to you. And maybe that makes you jump to conclusions. ut I want to marry you for something more. do want to romance you. Hold you. Laugh with you. Listen to you, care, and yes, deeply love you. I want to erience these things with you as we go through life together, but what I really want, I need for you to help

rsuing you for love is not what I want to do because I want to pursue you for a beautiful relationship. My heart has been given the capacity to love but the twisted thing about love is that people fall out of it. I t want to love you in vain. I can love you but grow a part from you. I can love you but forget to laugh with I can care for you in my heart, but not get to do life with you. an fall out of love with you. , I want an amazing relationship with you where our love will always grow. y commitment to you is a part of my commitment as man who desires to have a relationship with God, and y responsibility in my love to you as a husband, I’m commanded to love you as He loves me. e loves me with grace. He loves me with gentleness. He loves me unconditionally. But I can only understand love for me the more I seek to be in relationship with Him. an only understand you and how to love you, by seeking a relationship with you, and Him. od created a partner fit for me and partners work together, and I need you to help me make God a part of our ionship because I can’t do it by myself. don't want to marry you for only love but marry you so that our relationship will always glorify God.


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"WHILE WE WERE IN HAWAII FOR THEIR ANNIVERSARY, I WAS BAPTIZED IN THE OCEAN WITH MY PARENTS. "

F rom a young age, I thought that if you were a good person, you were going to heaven. My parents weren't very

big into "religion", but I knew that there was a God and I had friends who invited me to VBS at their church. I never really cared or gave any thought to who God or Jesus was. When I was about 11 years old, we moved to California from Florida. At the time, my father had just been traded from the New York Mets to the San Diego Padres. I was upset at first because I didn't like the idea of starting over. For the first few months in California, my mom told me that she and my father were attending marriage counseling with the baseball team's chaplain. I was sort of shocked because I didn't think of my parents as dysfunctional or in need of counseling. Since my dad had been gone to play baseball most of the time, I never saw them argue because he wasn't home for more than four months at a time. I was too young to realize that the distance was hurting their marriage. After a little while of counseling, my parents started to take me to church. I was annoyed at first because I didn't think we needed religion in our lives and I saw Christianity as a bunch of rules. I viewed Christians as irritating, judgmental people who only talked about the Bible and shamed those who weren't religious. My views quickly changed as I entered a youth group for the first time. The pastor instantly introduced me to all of the kids and I felt more love from kids my age than I ever had before. I felt like I belonged. The summer going into middle school, I went to camp at Hume Lake. I'll never forget the worship band the on the first night. I was in love with the atmosphere and the feeling of Christ's love being shared among hundreds of kids in one place. By the end of the week, I had come to the realization that I wanted to be in God's family. On the last night the speaker asked if any of us want to accept Christ into our hearts. I knew right away that I wanted to make that decision.


My views of Christians, Jesus and eternal life were renewed and I felt like I had found something very special. I realized that Christianity is not about "religion", but about loving Jesus with all of your heart, soul, mind and strength. The following year, my parents renewed their vows for their ten-year wedding anniversary. They made the decision to get baptized during the ceremony and asked me if I wanted to do the same. After a year of being officially surrounded by the love of God, and seeing how he had completely transformed my family, I wanted to take my faith a step further. While we were in Hawaii for their anniversary, I was baptized in the ocean with my parents. I am beyond blessed and happy to say that today, as a young woman, I am grounded in my faith and getting ready to attend Biola University to explore ways to apply the Bible and Christ to my future career.


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