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When do you feel God’s pleasure? (at AnotherJennifer.com)

Thanks to the amazing #AYASummit experience, I have been able to connect with a fantastic group of women – bloggers, social activists, writers and more. Jennifer Iacovelli invited me to guest post on her site, Another Jennifer today. It’s a very personal and practical post. Head over to Jennifer’s site for the whole post, but here is a taste:    Yesterday, I did my

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Manjula Auntie

Thank you for joining me. Today, I start sharing the stories. The faces. The heartache. The reality. And the HOPE and JOY of the Daughters of Hope.   Manjula Auntie, as she is referred to out of respect, is the oldest of the Daughters of Hope women, more of a grandmother figure. I loved locking eyes with her and seeing a beautiful smile shine

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Daughters of Hope – An Introduction

I am so excited to share this series with you all. But before we get into the actual women’s stories, I wanted to introduce you to Daughters of Hope, the social enterprise business and its partner non-profit organization, Daughters of Hope Non-Profit, and the couple who started it all. *All photography copyright Chelsea Hudson Photography    THE HISTORY     Meet Dylan and Molly

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