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Re|Defined Table is a collaboration of women committed to empowering other women. At the table, we #BreakBread, #ReadBooks and #StudyBible. We believe, in life, we are just #BetterTogether. Fun part is, you don’t have to live in Chicago to sit our table! Re|Defined features bloggers, entrepreneurs, dreamers from everywhere and invites them here; to join our conversation. Our online community hosts #OnlineBibleStudies and #BookClubs for women throughout the year as well as local #BibleStudies, brunches and coffee dates.
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Re|Defined features bloggers, entrepreneurs, dreamers from everywhere and invites them here; to join our conversation. Follow our blog for encouragements, stories, featured friends and more!

New Seasons

Definition of season  1a: a time characterized by a particular circumstance or feature Seasons, they are meant to change, they are sometimes a familiar place and sometimes not so familiar. They can be hard or easy seasons. Ecclesiastes 3:1 There is a time for everything, and a SEASON for every activity under the heavens. I have always …

Three Strands

It’s so fascinating to me when words and Scripture greet you in a precise moment like bumping into a dear friend at Starbucks you’ve not seen in years. The right place, exact time, the right location, stars aligning.  One morning I read an Ecclesiastes verse that arrested me just in time for this blog entry.  …

Tough Questions

#SickOfMe, Chapter 1 Blog 5/30/19 Tough Questions by: Genesis Juarez I gave my life to Jesus at 15 but it was not until I was 19 that I had any type of follow through. I committed to attending church and youth group, and began actually cultivating a relationship with Jesus. Now At 27, I think …