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- 03/07/15 Jill Savage in Plainfield, IN at First Baptist Church — Women’s Event
- 03/10/15 Jill Savage in Springfield, IL at Hope Free Evangelical Church — MOPS
- 03/13/15 - 03/14/15 Jill Savage in Normal, IL at Hearts At Home
- 04/30/15 Jill Savage in DeKalb, IL at Crossview EFCA Church — Moms Connected
- 05/01/15 Jill Savage in Champaign, IL at Windsor Road Christian Church — Moms Night Out
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It was a hard weekend at the Savage household. Initially Mark and I enjoyed a wonderful Friday and Saturday encouraging a group of women in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. What a wonderful group of ladies! On the way home, however, life … Continue reading
Let’s cut to the chase: Mommy guilt is a liar. It tells us that if only we had made all the right choices and done everything perfectly, we would’ve been able to produce all the right outcomes. It tells us that if we’ll only try harder, the internal struggle will stop. Unfortunately, it’s a false, misleading trap. Continue reading
How do you and your spouse stay connected when you are apart? Continue reading
“Love doesn’t erase the past, but it makes the future different.” ~Gary Chapman
When I read the book Love and Respect, I was first introduced to the concept of “unconditional respect.” It wasn’t something I’d ever heard of before. I always thought that respect needed to be earned. What I’ve come to understand … Continue reading
Every couple should ask, “What are we doing apart that we could be doing together?” Continue reading
This is part 2 of my Fifty Shades of No post. Over twenty years of ministry, Mark and I have mentored hundreds of married couples in crisis. Many of those couples were dealing with issues caused by pornography–and no, it … Continue reading