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Sarah Bragg

Sarah Bragg has worked with students in ministry for more than 15 years and previously worked in full-time ministry for 7 years. Her book titled Body. Beauty. Boys. The Truth About Girls and How We See Ourselves helps young women find their value in the One who matters. She is the Lead Editor for a student strategy and curriculum called XP3 Middle School for Orange at the reThink Group. She has a Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Sarah and her husband, Scott, and their daughters, Sinclair and Rory, reside in Marietta, Georgia. To listen to conversations about surviving life, check out her podcast Surviving Sarah on iTunes and to follow along with her life, check out www.survivingsarah.com.

Play is important for parents too

Family Life | Make It Personal

Play is Essential for Parents, Too

I knew that play was vital to my kids' health. But this post isn’t about how you need to make sure to incorporate play into your kids’ lives (although that… Read More

Character and Values

3 Ways to Build a Kid’s Confidence in How They Are Made

Noticing and commenting on how they are made is crucial to their confidence. Kids need to know that they were made on purpose. They need to know that they have… Read More

Family Life | Fight For The Heart

A Safe Place to Land

My oldest daughter is 10, and for the past year and a half, she spends most of her free time at the farm. She has always had a great affinity… Read More

Family Life | Fight For The Heart

What to Do When Your Kid Offends You

Getting time away from my kids is one of my favorite things. Now, don’t get me wrong . . . I love my kids, but for the sake of my… Read More

Family Life | Imagine The End

Discipline vs. Punishment

Do you remember how you felt after your first child arrived? If you were like me, you felt a mixture of bliss and fear. Not only was I happy to… Read More

Family Life | Make It Personal | Self Care

Surviving Parenthood

If you knew what was involved in parenting, would you still go back and choose to do it? I’ll be honest, most days I would say, "no." I would say… Read More

Family Life | Make It Personal

Be Kind to Yourself

It doesn’t take long to realize that we tend to develop our identity based on our behavior. That’s true for your life and for your kid’s life. If we have… Read More
Episode 47

PCL 47: How To Parent A Strong-Willed Child

Sarah Bragg, a content director at Orange who has worked in student ministry for more than 15 years, shares her honest, heartfelt experience in parenting a strong-willed child in today’s… Read More
How to Find Refreshment in the Middle of Summer

Family Life | Make It Personal | Self Care

How to Find Refreshment In The Middle of Summer

Think back to what summer was like before you had kids. Do you remember the glory of it? The late start to the day. Creating your own schedule. Taking actual… Read More
When Your Daughter asks Do I look fat?

Elementary (K-5th) | High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th)

When Your Daughter Asks “Do I Look Fat?”

Do I look fat? My mother probably heard that phrase more times than she could count. Every other thought in my head as a nine-year-old was about my image. My… Read More