Tag: The Cross

The Treasures of Being In Christ

Last night, it was my turn to lead a Bible study here in St. Louis at a women’s home that is affiliated with the ministry, Teen Challenge. The home offers a free Christ-centered program for women, regardless of age, to experience inner healing and restoration from addictions and bondage of all kinds. It truly has been […]

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The Blood Speaks

As we approach Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, I wanted to focus on something God revealed to me about the Blood of Jesus out of the book of Hebrews, one of my favorite books of the Bible. “But you have come to Mount Zion and to the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, […]

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When Death Surrounds Us

We are are now three weeks into 2016 and the only word I can use to describe it is HEAVY. It seemed as if every time I logged onto Facebook, my eyes fell upon the tragic news of someone passing away. One by one, headlines announced that another beloved artist in the music and entertainment […]

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Find Rest, My Soul

I have observed, both in my own life and the lives of others, that if there has been a significant amount of damage done to the soul because of rejection from people, the person will often so many times try to overcompensate for their weakness by performing to gain the approval, love, or applause of […]

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God the Potter, God the Father

At three o’clock in the morning, the Lord downloaded some more to my heart regarding my next book. To be honest, I have spent so many months reviewing other authors’ work that I was starting to wonder if I even have what it takes to be a writer or author of more books. It seems like […]

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Friendship that Sticks Close

I have experienced and written about the spirit of rejection before, so you would think that I would recognize it when it rears its ugly head in my life. I woke up this morning crying after having a very vivid, heart-piercing dream. It was almost as if my current heart-struggle was being played out right before […]

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The Only Solution

Earlier last week, I heard someone mention a Facebook debate about what people thought about Caitlyn Jenner. I just assumed that was the name of one of Bruce Jenner’s daughters and began to dismiss the conversation. I had been on a social media break for a bit, and my husband and I don’t have cable, […]

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Max Lucado’s “On Calvary’s Hill”- A Review

  We are less than a month away from Easter, one of the most important holidays Christians celebrate, and I don’t know of a better way to celebrate than to reflect on Jesus’ last days on this earth. That is exactly what you will be able to do when reading Max Lucado’s On Calvary’s Hill: 40 Readings for […]

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