Julie Coleman is an author and speaker who helps people encounter the unexpected sides of God. Her encouraging message will help you:

  • Move from a guilt-based relationship with God to approaching Him with confidence.
  • Get off the treadmill of performance and enjoy God’s permanent approval.
  • Develop an increasingly vibrant, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.

    There's so more to God than we think. Are you ready for the unexpected?

    From Dogwood Digest

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    Come Alongside

    You would think it wouldn’t be so hard, remembering your wife’s birthday when it falls just two days before yours. But more often than not, in our early married years, Steve forgot. It became a thing for us. I was hurt, even angry, every time I ended up having to remind him half-way through the…

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    To Know and Make Known

    My husband has many wonderful qualities. But the night I began to fall in love with him, something bigger captured my heart. It was on a walk around the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool one cool fall evening. Strolling arm in arm, we shared our amazingly common experiences growing up in the Plymouth Brethren assemblies. We…

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    Recipe for Success

    As a young bride, I determined to be an excellent cook. I collected and experimented with recipes from my mother, magazines, and potluck dinners. There were a few disasters early on: my husband still remembers with fondness a certain tuna casserole we had to choke down. But over the years I learned enough to eventually…

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    One in a Million

    Yesterday, the earth lost one of its best possessions: a lovely woman named Eileen Pomerleau Gordon. She was one in a million. Funny, kind, and slightly eccentric, she won the hearts of all who knew her. She’s had my heart since fifth grade. You don’t run into a kindred spirit too often in life. God brought…

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    When Biblical Interpretation Goes Wrong: Context Matters

    Location, location, location. It was our number one consideration when house shopping. Location largely determines the value and desirability of a home. A beautiful home too far from work or in a bad school district has little attraction to the buyer. It makes a huge difference where a home is planted. The same can be…

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    You Never Know

    I didn’t know it, but I was at a crossroads. I’d written a book proposal including three chapters, and an agent had taken on my project. He wanted me to include a sidebar in each chapter of famous people with experience in the subject matter. I asked if he could get me an interview with…

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