Some Theology Stinketh

Some Theology Stinketh

When I was a teenager there was a boy at school who had a crush on me. I did not reciprocate those feelings. He got a group of guys together one Saturday night and used over 100 rolls of toilet paper to “decorate” our house. But they also took limburger cheese and smeared it across…

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On Point Prayer

On Point Prayer

When people ask for prayer, I’m sure it is with the best intentions. But the way they ask may not be yielding the best results. I’ve done it, maybe you have too…I’m talking about vague requests or ”the unspoken prayer” petition. Here is the problem with that: faith begins where the will of God is…

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3 Ways To Overcome Fear

It was a busy Saturday afternoon in the salon–hair dryers buzzing, water running, phones ringing, endless chatter from the ten stations, TV in the background droning on about current events. In the middle of the bustle was a young girl waiting for Grandma to get her hair colored. You could hear the video game sounds…

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Conquering Chaos

Conquering Chaos

This morning I received a text that said, “I’m stressed. I miss how the world used to be. I can’t handle this chaos.” At that moment, I knew that anything I said would sound cliche. A few hours later I felt led to go to the grocery store. Weird, because I just went yesterday and…

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The Power Of Transparency

It was Friday night–the beginning of a weekend women’s church retreat. What could be better? God. Food that I didn’t have to prepare. A beautiful hotel. It was going to be good. And then the first speaker opened her mouth… She had been the praise and worship leader in her church and fallen in love…

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Schadenfreude

Schadenfreude

Schadenfreude. It’s a German word that means “damage joy” or experiencing joy when you hear about the troubles of others. It’s not just the kind of joy that you experience within yourself either. It is the kind of joy that shows on a person’s face. Yeah, like big-time joy…possibly with a laugh attached to it.…

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A Season of “AND”

A Season of “AND”

Amos 9:13 (MSG) says, “Yes indeed, it won’t be long now.” God’s Decree. “Things are going to happen so fast your head will swim, one thing fast on the heels of the other. You won’t be able to keep up. Everything will be happening at once—and everywhere you look, blessings! Blessings like wine pouring off…

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No Strings Attached

No Strings Attached

This morning I was meditating on one of my all-time favorite verses: The Lord has appeared of old to me, s​ aying: ​“Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you.” Jeremiah 31:3 NKJV The words “drawn you” at the end of the verse popped off the page…

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Got Prayer Burnout?

Got Prayer Burnout?

A couple of years ago a friend asked me to agree with him in prayer about something. At that time the Lord laid four scriptures on my heart to stand on. And although my friend has seen some improvement, things are not where they should be. Last week, his need came up in my spirit…

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Hey You, GO!

Recently I started sharing healing videos on a platform other than Facebook. I realized that my Facebook friends mostly consist of Christians, many ministers, and people of faith. Many of us seem to belong to the same tribe and speak the same spiritual language. But I’ve been amazed once I broke out of just this circle, to find how many people have never even heard of great fathers of the faith like Kenneth Hagin, Lester Sumrall, Charles Capps, Norvel Hayes or even Reinhard Bonnke. That means the message these people carried was not just lost to them, it’s never even been found.

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