rebelling against low expectations

AuthorLeah Good

is a daughter of God, lover of stories, homeschool graduate, and passionate orphan care advocate. She lives with her parents, brother, and Shetland Sheepdog in beautiful New England. You can find Leah blogging about books and bookish topics on her website.

3 Questions to Ask Before You End a Friendship

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“I love her, but it’s not healthy for me to have that kind of negativity in my life. I have to do the right thing for myself.” “Yeah, he apologized, but I don’t think I can trust him the same way anymore.” “Can we really be friends when we don’t agree about something so important?” Proverbs 13:20 cautions, “Whoever walks with the wise becomes wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm.” We...

Help Louise Hear

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Note: This Wednesday we’re taking a break from publishing a winning entry from the Do Hard Things Story Contest to share a time-sensitive project from Leah Good. Read about Louise’s story and prayerfully consider helping her hear. Imagine Being Deaf. Imagine Being a Missionary. Imagine what it would be like to be deaf. Imagine dancing your way through life, but not being able to hear...

Kickstarter Project: Counted Worthy, A Novel by Leah Good

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On March 3rd, the Rebelution blog posted an article titled “Changing the Face of Literature”. It was a popular post, drawing nearly 60 comments from a wide variety of people. No question about it, Rebelutionaries are readers. But, as Ilana Reimer’s article pointed out, good books written with a Christian worldview are increasingly hard to find. It’s a problem I’ve identified with for...

New Website for Orphan Activists

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“And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” — Matthew 25:40 Who can be called “the least of these, my brethren” if not the orphans of our world? Children without families become marginalized all across the globe. How do we reach out to them and make a difference? We’re young...

rebelling against low expectations

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