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“Eat what is good and your soul will delight in the richest of fare.”



on the Changing Seasons blog, Soul Food


Must Read: Grace Not Perfection


One of our very favorites, Emily Ley, released her first book this week. We have been waiting to get our hands on these pages and so far, Grace Not Perfection does not disappoint! Not only is it rich in content, this little hot pink baby is seriously one of the most beautiful books we've ever thumbed through. How precious is this cover?!?

Martha, Martha, Martha


By Lincee Ray​

There is a story in the Bible that showcases the attributes of two sisters. It consists of only five verses, yet so much is packed into this particular moment in history. In fact, these verses are so notorious that their content still makes some women fired up today. It’s the story of Martha and Mary.

Richmond Fall Bible Studies!


Fall is a GREAT time to jump into a new Bible Study. Changing Seasons Richmond has compiled a robust list of tons of great studies happening all over Richmond. The churches and lots of studies are hyperlinked, so be sure to check them out below! Even if you don't live in the Richmond area, it's also a great resource for anyone looking for study ideas!


Save the Date!

"Hope Heals"

Katherine Wolf


September 30, 2016 at 12:00 PM

at :

Princess Anne Country Club

3800 Pacific Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451


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"A Bigger View of God for Marriage & Life"

Vicki Rose


October 12, 2016 at 07:00 PM

October 13, 2016 at 11:30 AM

Willow Oaks Country Club

6228 Forest Hill Ave, Richmond, VA 23225


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Stories of Hope & Joy


Jeannie Cunnion

Jeannie Cunnion


"There’s a freedom in forgiveness and it changes everything. We’re not going to get it right every time—count on it."

Lincee Ray

Lincee Ray


"I believe that it’s important to tell your story—even the ones that make you seem a little crazy."

Melanie Shankle

Melanie Shankle


"I am a child of the 70’s, a teenager of the 80’s, and a college student of the 90’s. This explains my love of bad T.V., novelty rap music, and the denim vest in my closet with which I cannot part."