June 27th, 2022

Lisa Yvette Pearson

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Lisa Yvette Pearson is a fearfully and wonderfully made Brooklyn Girl living in a Midwestern world. She is a blogger, writer, and author of "Confessions of a Faithful Slacker" - an inspired book created to encourage believers to renew and restore their individual relationships with Jesus Christ. Follow her on Instagram or visit her blog at www.lisayvettepearson.com.

Exclusive articles:

How to Stay Clocked in with God When You’re All Churched Out

Need a church timeout? Feeling discontent or disconnected at church? Here's how to stay connected to God and address the issue.

Bloom Where You’re Planted, It’s Working for Your Growth

Sometimes it's hard to bloom where you're planted, especially if you don't want to be there. No worries, trust that it's working for your growth.

The Finance of Romance: How Can Christian Women Spot a Good Investment?

How can Christian women best approach the prospect of love? Here's how to analyze the finance of romance like a banker for the best investment.

The Golden Calf: Who or What are You Worshipping?

Who or what is the golden calf in your life? Are there people or things you need to put back in their proper place of priority? Here's how.

Don’t Let Spiritual Growth Slip: Lessons from the Banana Peel

Healthy spiritual growth requires us to know the times and seasons we're in. Here are some helpful lessons from a simple banana peel.

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Dr. Thema Bryant Bridges Trauma Healing and the Church

New American Psychological Association president, Dr. Thema Bryant, helps break Christian stigmas around therapy.

Better Than Top Coat: The Blood of Jesus Covers and Protects

The blood of Jesus Christ provides the ultimate "top coat" protection for the body of Christ. Never forget the benefits of the blood.

5 Ways to Keep the Diet Culture from Damaging Your Identity in Christ

Has society's diet culture shifted our focus from our identity in Christ? Here's how to know who you are no matter your weight, size, or figure.

Christian Living is a Team Sport, Don’t Go At It Alone

Christian living is a "we" thing, not a "me" thing. Learn how our faith walk gets better when we do it together versus in isolation.
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