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Defining Moments

By Jennifer Beusse / last month

Psychologists often debate the theory of nature versus nurture. Do children obtain their moral and psychological fiber through genetics or from their surroundings? I believe that every person has a series of defining moments that shapes their character and belief system. Defining moments are occurrences in our lives that derail us and demand a reaction. […]

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It’s Hammer Time; Tearing Down Walls!

By Debra Jones / last month

It’s Hammer Time; tearing down walls! As a Christian there are many times  I have been lead on a mission going about my father’s business. The thing that allows me to be lead and used as a servant of God is my openness and willingness to serve my father.  I am an imperfect individual who […]

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Trusting

By Debra Jones / last month

  Trust is hard for me, as most humans, we have all faced betrayal many times from the people we love or have loved. Betrayal usually does not kill you, yet when the act of betrayal comes, it is blinding flash, of gut wrenching, extreme nausea, sometimes life altering, that can stop you in your tracks, and […]

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Life Jacket

By Debra Jones / last month

How many times have we actually cried out and wanted someone to save us, our burdens can become so heavy, our worries rob our minds of peace, we focus on situations that make us neglect the important situations in our life’s. I sometimes forget that when things become too much I do have a higher […]

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Finding Your Way Home

By Sheri Boulet / last month

My husband came back in yesterday afternoon after a long week on the road, and we decided to go get a bite to eat. I had seen an advertisement for a new restaurant in a town not too far from here and that is where we headed. We had such a nice time, just getting […]

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Love

By Lynne Conley / last month

So often we all forget what the Lord has done for us all. The word of God teaches us that we should praise the Lord. We should never take our walk with God lightly. The Lord has given us all a nice place to live, more than enough to eat. The Lord has given us […]

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The True Cost of Sin. The True Value of Forgiveness

By Hope Cross / last month

  Living in modern society, I have come to realize that everything, and I mean everything, has a cost. Yes, even those nifty marketing strategies that try to reel us in by using the word FREE in big neon letters, will eventually have a price tag attached somewhere down the line. During a little bit […]

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WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM ME?

By Susan Niswonger / last month

What do you want from me?  This questioned has been asked by every frustrated husband, wife, child, parent, employee and employer.  It usually comes at a time when you feel every effort has been expended to please another person, yet your performance still doesn’t measure up to the receiver’s expectations.  It can create a sense […]

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God Is Not Only Good…He Is Awesome

By James Thornton / last month

GOD IS NOT ONLY GOOD….. HE IS AWESOME! AN AWESOME GOD: Psalms 78:25. Man did eat angels’ food: he sent them meat to the full. Moses and the people were in the desert, but what was he going to do with them? They had to be fed, and feeding 2 or 3 million people (plus […]

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Sinship or SONSHIP

By George Nava / last month

  SONSHIP OR  SINSHIP=FREE OR BOUND? CEV- John 8:31  So Jesus said to those.. who believed in him, “If you continue in obey my word, live by what I say, you are truly christians.   Joh 8:32  You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”   Joh 8:33  They replied to […]

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