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Be Still

“Be still and know that I am God.” We’ve probably all heard that scripture quoted. It’s comforting to think about, but not always so easy to do. It’s not so easy to be still. We see something we perceive as

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Empowered Through Service

As Christian wife’s and mothers, it’s so easy to start complaining about life or all of the things we have to get done. Maybe we find our life mundane. Maybe too challenging. Maybe we feel as if an unfair workload

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Posted in Christian Women

We Are the Four Horsemen (Complete Series)

This article series is an unexpected turn from the planned series, “The Problem with Kings.” This article series considers ideas that foster a closer walk with Jesus as the King of our life, and in so doing, we consider ideas

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Posted in Bible Studies, Christian Faith, Christian Support, Last Days / Prophesy

All Members are Necessary

When I was a kid, I remember watching television and there was this story, like a public service announcement kind of thing. You might have heard of it because it’s fairly popular. The story tells of a child who is

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Posted in Christian Love, Christian ministry, Christian Support

As for Me and My House

There is a bit of a self-serving aspect to this article, but there is a valuable lesson here too. It’s self-serving because I do feel a sense of gratification in defending myself, but then when I think of the full

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Posted in Christian Faith, Christian Love, Christian ministry, Christian Support, My Journey / Christian Life, Salvation

Remembering Compassion

In my last article, I made a statement that is not fully true when taken on its own. I went back and added some clarification that I regret leaving out. Here was the statement: “Christian, you are not mentally ill.

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Posted in Christian Faith, Christian Love, Christian Support, Christian Values

Much Learning Has Made You Mad

And as he thus spake for himself, Festus said with a loud voice, Paul, thou art beside thyself; much learning doth make thee mad (Acts 26:24). This isn’t something I’m dealing with currently. It’s just something that occurred to me

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Posted in Christian Faith, Christian Love, Salvation

An Aside About Audience

If you know some-what about writing, then you might know that one of the first things a writer should do is determine who their audience is. Who are they writing to? What is the most impactful way to get the

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Posted in Christian ministry, My Journey / Christian Life

We Are the Four Horsemen (Part 11)

This is my commandment, that ye love one another, as I have loved you (John 15:12). How does a Christian find freedom from the “kings” of this earth? For starters, we recognize that we are made free by the blood

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Posted in Bible Studies, Christian Faith, Christian Love, Christian Support, Last Days / Prophesy

Choose a Side and be True

Do you ever feel confused by people or by yourself when you notice different versions of the same individual, shifting in personality, values, and speech depending on who’s watching? This is a strange thing. It’s something that seems very common,

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Posted in Christian Support, Christian Values
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These are the things that ye shall do: Speak ye every man the truth to his neighbour; execute the judgment of truth and peace in your gates: And let none of you imagine evil in your hearts against his neighbour; and love no false oath: for all these are things I hate, saith the Lord.  — Zechariah 8:16-17