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Computers occasionally need to reboot in order to keep them running efficiently and to speed up their performance. Rebooting provides computers with a clean slate by deleting unnecessary files and unimportant data. Sometimes, as Christians, we might benefit from a spiritual reboot—a chance to start over, reset connections, and repair glitches in our spiritual lives. If you feel like your faith has been frozen or your mind is overloaded with distractions and worries of the world, it’s time to hit “control - alt - delete”, clear your mind, and refocus on following God’s will in your life!






                       Lori Boyd  


Lori was born in Germany, grew up in the Air Force, lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and attends the East Main Church of Christ.  She and her husband, Sam, were married in 1998 and have three children, Evie, Kate, and Briggs. Lori is a Registered Nurse and a high school teacher at Middle Tennessee Christian School, where she teaches Honors Anatomy and Forensics. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Christian Scripture at Heritage Christian University.


Lori has been a writer for Think, Tennessee Home and Farm, and Christian Woman magazines. She has written four books: Trailblazers, Walking to the Promised Land, Hope Island, and Praying Through It; all made available through Kaio Publications. She loves public speaking and teaching Bible classes, and presents regularly at workshops and ladies’ events. Some of her favorite things include spending time with her family, writing, reading, traveling, and drinking lots of coffee! Above everything else, she loves the Lord and His church.

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