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How’s Your Family Doing?

How’s Your Family Doing? Are we ready to be Christian families in 2020? The year is coming to a close and the Christmas Holidays are right around the corner. It is during this beautiful Holiday season we often take time to intentionally spend it with family. The reality has rested that the passing year has…

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Meticulous Infidelity

by William Worrell can just see and imagine the reactions, of some, to the above title “Meticulous Infidelity!” Well, let’s unpack the title shall we. The word meticulous carries the meaning of “making sure of avoiding potential danger, mishap or harm: cautious and careful.” Infidelity carries the definition of “The action or state of being…

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Unrecognizable

by Janet Garcia What kind of meat are you eating? Why on earth would I ask about this? Well, if you are in a church giving you the divine word of God week after week then you can get fat on the word. You can actually eat so much you get full or overwhelmed when…

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Fatherless In America

by Jackie Carpenter The Christian View “Taking today’s hot topics and weighing them against the Word of God; because God does have a view”! Today’s Topic: FATHERLESS IN AMERICA There are kids growing up today with a higher risk of Incarceration/Youth Suicide/Behavioral Disorders/High school Dropouts/Confused Identity/and Living in Poverty – why are they at high…

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Trusting God In The Waiting

by Valerie Bracchi As I sat with thousands of strangers at a large women’s conference in Dallas, Texas, I heard that still, small voice.  What happens when God speaks to you about your future and it’s so far out of your imagination that you can’t even perceive it?  As I gleaned wisdom from the speaker…

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Treasures Without Measure

Treasure Without Measure

How many of you have a picture of your kids on your iPhone? How about a photo of your significant other sitting on your desk at work? When we love someone and they are very important to us, we tend to keep photos of them with us. According to Isaiah 49:16, our Heavenly Father feels the same way.…

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We Were Meant To Be

by William Worrell Pastor Tim Lambert smiled at me and asked, “Well…Are you ready?” And I nodded yes. It was time to enter the sanctuary. We took our places on the platform and gazed out at the congregation of smiling faces. Then, the wedding song began. And the most lovely of ladies began to walk…

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Courageous Women

by Patti Hall Johnson From Hopeless to a Home, Shining Light Homes exists to empower young mothers who are experiencing difficult times, i.e. financially, emotionally, physically and spiritually. We provide access to tools and local resources while each young mother works to improve their financial situation through spiritual support, education, training counseling, and goal setting.…

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The Greener Grass

by J. Hursey-Wingate Too often we are intrigued by what is not legally or morally ours. We sometimes believe the grass is greener on the other side. What if it is? How must one cope with feelings of insufficiency or inadequacy within us, our mates, or even our possessions? The greener grass concept is ancient…

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Tangible

by Randy Chivers I must confess, that the older I get the more I appreciate God’s word. I love how the Word comes alive in my everyday life. It makes my journey with God more exciting, and makes him feel more tangible to me. Like the time my wife was out of work. She had…

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