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Sharayah Colter

Keeping the ‘Happy’ in Thanksgiving and the ‘Merry’ in Christmas During Your Season of Crazy

By on November 12, 2015 in Holiday with 1 Comment

Okay, quick poll: Raise your hand if it was mid-July, you blinked, and when you opened your eyes it was November? Oh, that many of us, hmm? At our house, life seems to be passing by in something of a blur these days. My husband and I have four jobs between us, in addition to […]

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Intentional Contentment In A Never-Ever-Satisfied Culture

By on August 4, 2015 in Personal Growth with 2 Comments

Texas just recorded its wettest May ever. In fact, so did the entire United States, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Since, in North Texas, we’ve been under drought conditions steadily since 2012 to the point of government-enforced watering restrictions, you’d think an uptick in rain would be welcome news. But, I […]

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Ministry Wives: Join Your Husbands at the SBC Annual Meeting

By on June 2, 2015 in Ministry with 2 Comments

Each year since marrying my husband, we’ve made our way to various host cities for the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. Since we are in the middle of seminary studies — a station in life with which many can resonate — we do this creatively and only because the Lord providentially continues to […]

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Pregnancy + Loss: Three things I know for sure

By on April 14, 2015 in Women's Issues with 10 Comments

At first, I was certain I would not write this. It’s deeply personal. It’s sad. It’s just plain not the kind of thing you go around advertising. You don’t talk about it much, because, how do you bring up bad news without being a complainer or a Debby Downer? You don’t talk about it because […]

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Four Ways to Show your Husband Who’s Boss

By on March 5, 2015 in Marriage with 13 Comments

If you’re like me, you’ve probably seen the chart floating around Facebook that lists attributes of the first child, middle child, last child and only child. And more than likely, you’ve resonated with at least one of the traits in your box. Can I get a shout from any of my fellow first-borns out there? […]

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3 Truths About God That Got Me Through 16 Years of Sickness

By on November 11, 2014 in Faith with 0 Comments

This month marks two years since I spent nearly two weeks at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. going through a battery of tests in basically every medical department there is. The answers we found there were different than what we had expected. Even on our return flight to Texas, we were a bit leery […]

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Dirty Dishes, Tears, and Twitter…What I’ve Learned in My First Few Years of Marriage

By on June 25, 2014 in Marriage with 0 Comments

Three years. It’s less time than you spent in high school. It’s more time (thank goodness) than you spend recovering from wisdom teeth extraction. And in less than a week, it will be the number of years that have passed since my wedding day. A lot has happened in those three years—some good, some bad, […]

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Dirty Dishes, Tears, and Twitter…What I've Learned in My First Few Years of Marriage

By on June 25, 2014 in Marriage with 0 Comments

Three years. It’s less time than you spent in high school. It’s more time (thank goodness) than you spend recovering from wisdom teeth extraction. And in less than a week, it will be the number of years that have passed since my wedding day. A lot has happened in those three years—some good, some bad, […]

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