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Here’s How My Life and My Marriage Changed When I Allowed God’s Plan to Take Over

By: Angelique Redus-McCoy Two years ago, my family and I moved from our hometown to a city that, quite truthfully, had never been on our radar.  I left a job that I loved and where I felt loved. We left the home where we started our family, a home I could’ve lived in forever. We left Keep Reading ?
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