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Sundi Jo

Sundi Jo is a speaker, author, thought-provoking leader, and loser of 145 lbs.

Six Ways To Build Your Gratitude Muscle

For those of you who enjoy working out, you have several reasons to do so. I would bet one of those reasons is simply because you want to feel better. If you enjoy lifting weights, you probably do it because you want to build muscle. Not that I want to be the next bodybuilder, but I wouldn’t mind sporting some …

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Three Words That Will Change Your Life

Recently, at the wedding of a dear friend, I watched Ephesians 3:20 come to life before my very eyes. Paul wrote to the church at Ephesus, “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us …” But before he wrote those life-changing words, …

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Does God Really Like You?

I was sitting with some new friends at dinner recently. I wanted to know more about their lives, so I did what I do best: ask questions. My new friend, Bob, said this about his 20-plus-year marriage to Judy: “We’ve been married for a long time, but it wasn’t until the last few years I knew she really liked me. …

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A Love Letter From God

What were your first thoughts of yourself today? Good? Bad? Meh? What are your thoughts of yourself after I just asked you that question? If you’re thoughts aren’t matching up with the thoughts Christ has about you, my friend, then we’re in trouble.  A few months ago I headed to Starbucks to work on a writing project. I was pumped …

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Why You Need To Wear That Christian Tee Shirt

A few years ago, a friend bought me a tee shirt for my birthday that read, “You Need Jesus. I’m Just Saying.” Since that was one of my favorite sayings, I couldn’t wait to wear it. But then I got nervous. Nervous that people who saw me wearing it might think I was a hypocrite. What if I slipped up …

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Why I’m Choosing To Be Submissive To My Husband

According to Dictionary.com, the definition of submission is to give over or yield to the power or authority of another. Don’t freak out yet. Stay with me here. The word authority used to make me cringe. Add the word submission to that, and my stomach turned. Honestly, sometimes it still does. Why? Authority could not be trusted, especially the authority of a man.  I lived with this belief most of my life. It’s …

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The Husband Checklist

Ladies, have you ever sat down to make a list of the attributes you are looking for in a husband? I used to think this was the stupidest thing I’d ever heard. Then I’d decided to pull the ginormous plank out of my eye and be open-minded to the idea of making a list of the things I’d love to …

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The Way You Spend Money Flows from Your Heart

In 2007, at the age of 24, I stood in a courtroom with a bald attorney whose name I don’t remember. I was there to file bankruptcy, and barely able to lift my head due to the shame I felt. It’s a memory I would love to forget. It’s certainly not something I bring up in mid-conversation over lunch with …

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Praising Him in the Storm

You’re familiar with the song, “Praise You in This Storm” from Casting Crowns, right? The chorus goes has a line that says “I’ll praise you in this storm and I will lift my hand for You are who You are.” I’ve repeated the words to that song numerous times, driving down the road, cleaning house, during a worship set at …

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Preparing For Marriage VS The Wedding

Wedding planning begins at an early age for most girls. She pictures her “perfect” day themed around a Disney movie. The Clydesdale horses pull up, she steps into the carriage with her glass slippers, and her prince awaits at the end of the red rope just through the castle doors. They live happily ever after. The Disney theme fades in …

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