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Hi! I’m Missy. Welcome to my blog!

Welcome to my blog! My name is Missy and I am a Child of the King, wife to Craig, mom to Grant and Connor, and dog mom to Bailey. We live in central Illinois – also known as the Land of Lincoln and where corn, beans, and orange construction cones grow!

I started this blog to encourage you, sweet sisters in Christ, to step out in faith and embrace what the Lord is calling you to do! 

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Hi! I’m Missy.

Welcome to my blog!

Welcome to my blog! My name is Missy and I am a Child of the King, wife to Craig, mom to Grant and Connor, and dog mom to Bailey. We live in central Illinois – also known as the Land of Lincoln and where corn, beans and orange construction cones grow!

This blog is a “step out in faith” blog.

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