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Jenna Ditsch

Jenna is responsible for the content and quality of monthly "Special Features" interviews and articles. Jenna believes in the transformative power of story and desires to provide a platform for those whose stories must be told. She believes in the metaphor that "our mess becomes our message" and is passionate about impacting culture—one story at a time. With an MA in Christian Formation and Ministry, a BS in Education, and experience as an ICF life coach, Jenna is skilled at creating awareness and getting to the root of an issue. Through coaching, she supports others in creating vision for their life, in finding their calling, and in designing healthy relationships.

Interview: Worship Leader Amber Rhoads “Broken Beautiful”

  A note from Editor Jenna Ditsch: God takes the broken fragments of our lives and turns them into beautiful masterpieces. We live in such a complex world that sometimes we become overwhelmed when we look at our mess, as we just can’t see how God could possibly bring beauty from our brokenness. The good news is that we don’t …

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Interview With Author Courtney Cohen: Refining Identity

From Special Features Managing Editor, Jenna Ditsch: In the book of 1 Corinthians, Chapter 13:3-7 (The Message), Paul says this: “If I give everything I own to the poor and even go to the stake to be burned as a martyr, but I don’t love, I’ve gotten nowhere. So, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, …

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Quiz: Identity Theft “Signs You Are Living From a False Self”

In our interview with Courtney Cohen, “Refining Identity,” we talked about the necessity of knowing our true identity as a precursor to participating in healthy relationships in which love can be given and received.  Do you relate with others from a place of authenticity or has a “False Self” taken over?  Take this quiz to find out! Directions. Print this out …

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Interview With Strength Stack 52

A Note from Special Features Managing Editor, Jenna Ditsch: I’ll make a confession. I’ve tried to make myself like working out for many, many years, and the bottom line is: I just don’t like it! It’s not that I haven’t been able to find activities that I enjoy. My issue is the time, and often financial commitment, that comes with …

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Exclusive Interview With Michael Sweet From Stryper

From the Assistant Managing Editor of Special Features, Jenna Ditsch: Stryper is one of the top Christian rock bands of all time. With accolades such as selling nearly 10 million albums worldwide, being a DOVE Award winner, having Gold & Platinum albums and much more, there is no question that this band is by all accounts successful. One of the …

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Interview With Author John Greco: Broken Vows

Everyone loves the holidays, right? Well—not exactly. If life is going great, sure, this might be the “most wonderful time of the year.” But—for those in the middle of relational hardship or pain, this time of year might be most difficult of all. Is it possible to be thankful—even hopeful—when life is a mess? Meet John Greco. In a matter …

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Interview With Jenell Wilson: Trusting God With Your Spouse

Trusting God with Your Spouse

Jenell, for those that may not be familiar with the Wilsons, tell our readers a little bit about you and your husband. Several years ago God led Darren on a journey to capture God on film. His first movie is Finger of God, which explores miracles—if God still does them and, ultimately, why He does them. The interest in this film …

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Something Old New Borrowed And Blue

Something Borrowed, Something Blue

You have probably heard the saying: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” Derived from a wedding custom that reaches back to the Victorian era, this old proverb contains advice not just for marriage, but for life. Let’s look at the wedding tradition meaning behind something old, new, borrowed and blue and see how we are preparing to be …

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