Friday, Jul 10, 2020

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A Peace You Can Feel in 4 Simple Steps

Ever wish you could prepare for peace before times of chaos and uncertainty? Here are 4 steps you can take to find the peace you need, when you need it.

3 Ways to Control Your Need for Control

Are you overwhelmed by the need for control? Stop being a control freak, and put your life back in God's hands, here's how.

Knotted Up: Your Best Move When Life’s Got You Tangled

What do you do when life's got you tangled and knotted up? Here's your best move to find freedom and escape life's grip for good.

5 Ways for Parents to Build Trust in the Eyes of Their Children

Trust is earned - even between parents and children. Here are 5 ways for parents to build trust in their children for a better parent-child relationship.

Seasons Change: How to Handle a Life Shift Without Going Into Shock

Seasons Change and Come at You Fast I live in Indiana. This past spring, there was no spring. As soon as the “seasons changed”, it was 90 degrees outside and we were in summer before we were ready for it. Everyone...

My Declaration of Dependence

I remember it like it was yesterday. I declared my independence. The decision was final, and well within my power to do so, since I sat (out of place) as both judge and jury. I rejected hearing any eyewitness testimonies and...

How to Color Life Outside the Lines with God

Lines Created to be Crossed I work with children, young girls, as a Girl Scout troop leader. In the summer, I have girls that I wouldn’t normally work with during the school year, so we do introduction activities. Well, one day,...

Trust the Process, God is Faithful

God is Able It was the beginning of our first full week in our new place. I’m seated at a bar stool set we found at a discount furniture store the day we got approved - you could say we were...

Her Life Speaks: Ruth’s Prayer Journal

This letter is inspired by the story of the Moabite woman found in the book of Ruth. Dear Sisters, Decisions, decisions. We make them 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week. Some carry more weight while others have short-lived, seemingly insignificant consequences. Often...

But I Said I’m Sorry: Words Without Works is Dead

I’m Sorry. Some would argue that even with the heightened contention of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the beauty of forgiveness shined bright.  Okay. Remember Donald Trump’s apology for lewd comments and actions, and more importantly, his surrogates’ forgiving response to the...
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Don’t Cry for Your Chains: 4 Ways We Reject Freedom from Bondage

Freedom from bondage is an open invitation from Jesus Christ. How many of us RSVP "yes"? Are any of these reasons holding you back from freedom?
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Follow God Not Man to Avoid Unexpected Delays

When it seems like it's taking longer than usual to get to your destination in life, double-check who you're following. Follow God to arrive safely and right on time.

There Are No Spiritual Growth Hacks, We’ve Got to Train

Spiritual growth takes consistent time, effort, and consistency. There are no growth hacks on Team Jesus, so keep striving and working out your salvation.

When God Asks You to Pray for Difficult People

As followers of Christ, we are called to pray for our enemies and difficult people. What does a prayer for an enemy look like? Let's see.

3 Ways to See God at Work Through the Worse Situations

It's not always easy to see God at work through the pain, struggle, and heartache. Here are 3 tips to make the view clearer to see the salvation of the Lord.
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