Friday, May 7, 2021

Kristina Bolton

Unanswered Prayers: What to Do When You Believed God Would, But He Didn’t

When God says no to our prayers, it can be a hard blow to handle. Here's a little guidance to help navigate our unanswered prayers.

When Church Leaders Fall: The Impact on the Body and the Faith

When pastors and church leaders fall, there's an impact on the body of Christ. Nevertheless, we must stand for truth.

“God, I’m Tired”: An Uplifting Word for the Worn-out Christian

Waiting on the Lord, keeping the faith, praying without ceasing can be tiring. Here's an encouraging word for teammates who are just plain tired.

Future Husbands: 4 Practical Ways the King Can Help Prepare the Queen

Can future husbands help their future brides prepare to be a wife? Yes, they can! Here are four practical tips for men before they say "I do."

Wake Up Call: Don’t Forget About Eternity

Are we so caught up in this life on earth that we have forgotten about eternity? It's a date we will all keep. Here's how to make sure you're prepared.

After The Mistake, Don’t Forget The Way Of Escape

Failure is not the end of our story as believers in Jesus Christ. There is a way of escape...

Questioning the Creator: The Growing Pains of Self-Rejection

The things you don't like about yourself, God loves. Here's why.

College Admissions Scandal and the Modern Day Eli: What’s Really Best for Your Child?

Before you shake your head at the celebrities in the college admissions scandal, are parents in the body of Christ valuing their children above God? Let's see.

Spiritual Fitness Tip: Pray Against Yourself

Meet new writer, Kristina Bolton, and her interesting spiritual fitness tip - pray against yourself. Does our flesh need our prayers?

About Me

Kristina Bolton, aka The Preachy Writer, is a wife, mother of 5, revelatory writer, author, and preacher. Her first love is God, and her passion is to edify people so they can make it into His Kingdom. She is the author of Charity: The Church’s False Love, available on Amazon.
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