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Remember The Ebenezers

(An earlier version of this post was originally delivered as a spoken testimony at a “Bluegrass Church” service at Settle Memorial UMC in Owensboro, Kentucky, and then first appeared in written form as a Facebook post after the service.) Good, Good Father Once, I was asked to give a testimony

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April IWSG: Wishful Thinking

It’s time for another Insecure Writers’ Support Group blog hop! This month’s question is: If you could use a wish to help you write just one scene/chapter of your book, which one would it be? Oh, man. This is such a fun question! I’m currently in rewrite mode for my

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March IWSG: Heroes vs. Villains

Today I’m participating in the Insecure Writer’s Support Group blog hop. Click the image below, or follow along the list at the bottom of this post, to follow other insecure writers and read their responses. This month’s prompt asks, Whose perspective do you prefer to write from: the hero/protagonist, or the

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#OrganizeMe: The Whole House

How on earth does a gal keep a big house looking (and functioning) mostly-organized most of the time? It’s all about rotation of effort, y’all. If I went through my house trying to organize every nook and cranny each and every week, I’d be mad and exhausted and I’d never

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#OrganizeMe: All Together Now

In my last installment of #OrganizeMe, I shared the way I block off my time each week to have the best chance at accomplishing all I want to. It’s the only way I’ve found to “fit it all in,” and even then –sometimes life happens, and it doesn’t “all” get

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Michelle, a white woman with brown hair, faces the camera with a smile. She wears glasses with clear frames and a shirt that says, "Those Goals Look Good On You."

I’m Michelle Nebel.

I write about faith and theology, my family, and organizational tips. Always a planner at heart, I’m also a Bible study teacher and community volunteer. This is where I share a glimpse of my life, and I hope you’ll find the thoughts here encouraging.

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