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Jacquelyn is the Women’s Gathering Coordinator at Christ Fellowship Miami and has been involved in leadership development for the past decade. She is a Boston girl with Puerto Rican roots currently living in Miami, FL. In 2016 Jacquelyn was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. Now, she’s a passionate creator, speaker and writer who shares the Gospel with a commitment to encourage others in boldly facing their seasons of struggle. As a Pastor’s Wife and a devoted mom she understands the importance of being connected to community. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and working on her book that she one day will hope to publish. Learn more about Jacquelyn on: Instagram @Jackie_Aviles and on Twitter @jackie_aviles and on Facebook: @pressedbutnotcrushed
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Early Detection in Your 20's, 30's, & 40's Miami Mom Collective Jackie Aviles

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Early Detection in Your 20’s, 30’s, & 40’s

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Did you know that breast cancer will impact one-in-eight women in their lifetime? Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month many women like myself, under the age of 40, are reckoning with the top risks...
Sexual Abuse: How to Protect Our Children From It Jackie Aviles Contributor Miami Moms Blog

Sexual Abuse: How to Protect Our Children From It

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She was only 13 when it happened. Behind closed doors, she was trapped. He was twice her size and had been one of the most trustworthy guys in her school. The last person she...
Prayer: The Most Essential and Important Parenting Tool Jackie Aviles Contributor Miami Moms Blog

Prayer: The Most Essential and Important Parenting Tool

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I love woodworking. Sometimes I even pretend I'm Joanna Gaines and try to remodel my entire bathroom. Who's with me? I quickly come back to reality when I find myself hammering a screw into...
jordan-whitt-145327-unsplash Autism: A Lesson in Love From a Mom and Her "Special Son" Jackie Aviles Contributor Miami Moms Blog

Autism: A Lesson in Love From a Mom and Her “Special Son”

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The Weary Mom I was at the mall when I saw him gleaning across the store. A 10-year old little boy with autism, rocking back and forth. Glazed eyes, he was scratching his skin incessantly...
eric-ward-455457-unsplash-concentrate The Redemptive Work of Unmerited Suffering: What I'm Learning Jackie Aviles Contributor Miami Moms Blog

The Redemptive Work of Unmerited Suffering: What I’m Learning

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Unmerited Suffering Suffering is unavoidable. For me, it was infertility, constant anxiety and depression, the chronic illnesses that wouldn’t let me live in peace. It was because Jesus, who undeservedly endured the pain and suffering...
Infertility: When What We Most Value is Taken Away From Us Jackie Aviles Contributor Miami Moms Blog

Infertility: When What We Most Value is Taken Away From Us

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My Backstory of Infertility My story of infertility is unusual. It's not the story of a barren woman who tried for years to get pregnant. It's not the story heard often or considered seriously once...
Vacation: How Make Long-Lasting Connections with Your Children Jackie Aviles Contributor Miami Moms Blog

Vacation: How to Make Long-Lasting Connections with Your Children

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What if taking a vacation brought out the most impactful ways to grow our relationships with our children? I once thought that to have a fun, relaxing and refreshing vacation I had to be alone--most...
Mothering Through Cancer: 3 Ways to Cure the Perfect Mom Syndrome Miami Moms Blog

Mothering Through Cancer: 3 Ways to Cure the Perfect Mom Syndrome

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No One is Perfect & Motherhood is Messy It's just one of those mornings when your kids decide to wake up and complain about breakfast, still in their pajamas, not cooperating at all. The clock...
Finding Your Identity Through the Process of Suffering Miami Moms Blog

Suffering: Finding Your Identity Through the Process

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  Aisle 8 "I can't help but think this cancer is ruining my kids," I cried to the lady standing in aisle 8 of the grocery store. I felt like a total failure as a mom....
What about her? 3 things for moms in the snare of comparison miami moms blog

What About Her? 3 Things for Moms in the Snare of Comparison

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" Truly, truly, I say to you, when you were young, you used to dress yourself and walk wherever you wanted, but when you are old, you will stretch out your hands, and another...

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