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How to live as a Christian in a pagan world. A place to affirm truth, grow faith, and polish your spiritual armor.

Your Daily Ministry – Serve and Obey

You woke up this morning for one main reason; God has plans for you. Regardless of where you woke up, or in what condition you met the day, you’re here with a purpose; daily ministry. Whatever you do with the resources God loans you today defines your ministry. Some speak, others listen. Some build, others demolish. Some work from home,

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Why God Does What He Does

We cannot be content until we submit to limitations. I believe that. Yet even when you pray, “Not my will but Thine be done”, isn’t there still a part of you that wonders why God does what He does? Life is a series of beginnings, middles, and endings. In my experience, the curve of work, revelation, and service is more

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Two Births of Immanuel, God with Us

The birth of Jesus fulfilled the gift of Immanuel (Emmanuel), God with us, since that was His name (Matthew 1:23). While considering the great gift of our Savior this Christmas morning, I realized that “God with us” isn’t just a name, it’s an inheritance, a potential, and my reality. The first birth of Immanuel was Jesus as the babe in

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15 Christlike Characteristics to Practice This Christmas

Everyone preaches the gospel that truly lives in their hearts. When the Holy Spirit moves in, you begin the life-long journey of becoming more like Jesus every day. Living in the Light means concentrating on what is good, admirable, loving, and Christlike. Only darkness dwells primarily on descriptions of sin. These 15 Christlike characteristics offer positive examples of how you become more

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Christmas Essence – The Gift

Fifty-three words wrap the miracle of Christmas into this simple poem describing the Gift and miracle that is Christmas in the hearts and spirits of believers. “Christmas is built upon a beautiful and intentional paradox; that the birth of the homeless should be celebrated in every home.” — G.K. Chesterton “For to us a child is born, to us a

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Hot Air Balloons and God’s Will

Steeling my nerves, I reserved an early morning hot air balloon adventure as my husband’s gift on his 50th birthday in 1991. The biggest part of the gift was riding along with him. Mind you, I DO NOT do heights. He appreciated the gesture. It wasn’t what I expected, but I’m glad I went. Otherwise I wouldn’t know the magic of

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Womans legs with sneakers out car window enjoying summer

5 Tips to Successfully Negotiate Life Seasons

Spring is a memory, Summer is middle-aged, and Autumn is trying to stick its foot in the door. Changing seasons offer promise and blessing, gain and loss, and remind us that flexibility isn’t just for kids. Perseverance, humor, and grit are required to manage changing life seasons. I’ve grown to appreciate flip-flops and slip-ons, but still have more pairs of

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woman sitting on the top of a fence . the price when you decide not to choose sides

The Devil Owns the Fence

When’s the last time you decided that the wisest course of action was neutrality? Whether in a dispute between friends or some matter of politics, parenting, horsemanship, or scripture? Did sitting on the fence seem like the best (safest) response? Mature wisdom follows Jesus’s advice to be “Wise as a serpent but harmless as a dove.” Those less mature often

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