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Loved Fiercely Ministries, Carly Van Laar

God loves you so fiercely that He gives you the choice to follow Him, or not. Follow Him, trust me, you won't regret it.

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If You Take Care of Someone, Read This

Taking care of someone is a special job. It's a job that requires self-sacrifice, patience, strength, and endurance. It's also a job in which there is VERY good company...if you've spent anytime reading this blog, I'll bet you know the... Continue Reading →

I Found the Most Alive Worship in What I Thought was The Most Unlikely of Places

It's for this reason, that I found the most alive worship in the most unlikely of places, for I had yet to stop and consider what worship would be like...

What Trials Teach

The past week has taught me so much, for in this past week were four examples of trials that teach (all stories have been shared with permission). Who knew there was SO MUCH to be learned through trials?

How A Marker Board 730 Miles Away Gave Me an Answer I Needed

A marker board 730 miles away answered a prayer for direction, and here's how...

Are you weary? Tired? If so, here’s a great plan with a promise….

Tired. Fed up. Exhausted. Running on empty. If any of these describe you, I feel you & here's some hope I found....

Do You Hold Someone’s Hand? If So, Here’s Some Encouragement For You!

Are you a person who holds the hand of another? Are you a parent who leads a child by the hand while running errands, walking into school, or using both your hands to steady an emerging-walker while he takes those... Continue Reading →

God Didn’t Answer My Prayer Today, and I’m So Glad He Didn’t

When I left for the grocery store this evening, I prayed that I wouldn't see anyone I know. Why? You ask. Because I'm extra mean today. Like, steroid-induced mean. As in, my husband offered to go to the store for... Continue Reading →

Could You Carry a Lamb?

I didn't think I could carry a lamb, until I realized I already have.

Have You Ever Felt Flawed?

Have you ever felt flawed? I have. Here's where I find hope in this fact.

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