Interview with Debbie Taylor

February 18, 2019
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Debbie Taylor, who works at Wilmington University and serves in our women’s ministry, is loving being a first-time grandma.  Read on to get to know this wonderful lady.

Debbie, where do you live and what community group do you attend?

I live in lovely North Wilmington, DE, and I attend the Spitales’ community group. And what a wonderful community it is! God has blessed us so much with this sweet fellowship with these sweet people!

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Reading Books: A Splash of Cold Water

February 11, 2019
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When was the last time you were splashed with cold water? It can be jolting (your 8-year-old rigs the kitchen faucet to spray you) or refreshing (you walk by a sprinkler on a scorching day.) In either situation, you’re suddenly awake! My life lulls me to sleep. It’s not that it’s always relaxing; on the contrary, I have my share of action, crisis, and general mayhem. But sometimes the plodding nature of it rocks my…

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The Gift of Corporate Prayer

February 4, 2019
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In January of this year, inspired by our churches’ teaching, my friend, Sarah, and I began praying together once a week at school. For a little over six months, we would find an empty room somewhere on campus every Thursday, kick off our shoes, and sprawl out with our Bibles for the couple of free hours we had between classes—and looking back on that time, I am amazed at the faithfulness of God to teach…

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How God Used the Women’s Bible Studies in my Life

January 28, 2019
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This week, registration has opened for our Spring Study Together session. Groups of ladies from Covenant Fellowship gather at the church and in various homes to study God‘s Word together and fellowship with one another. We wanted you to hear a personal story of how God used the ministry in the life of one of our members, and we’ve asked Hilary to share that with you. My name is Hilary Daugherty, and I live in…

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How Do We Fight Fear?

January 21, 2019
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I recently learned that the most dangerous animal in the world is not the black mamba, box jellyfish, or komodo dragon, but the mosquito! It lives everywhere, carries deadly diseases, feeds on blood, and detects humans from 100 feet away. And just to make sure you can’t escape it, each female lays 300 eggs twice before it dies. Terrifying! Why am I listing these discouraging facts? Because the mosquito reminds us that in this life,…

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