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The Contender: Down for the Count

The Contender: Down for the Count

Unbelievable! He went down again! All eyes were riveted to the man on the mat. Impervious to the hush over the crowd, his concentration was elsewhere. What could be more important than the count to determine the winner of the bout? For him, all that mattered was his count and how long it would take […]

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Way of the Well Woman: Author Catherine Fendig Stopped Her Unhealthy Relationship Turnstile When She Made God Her Heavenly Husband

Way of the Well Woman: Author Catherine Fendig Stopped Her Unhealthy Relationship Turnstile When She Made God Her Heavenly Husband

Secrets keep us sick. Powerful and true words spoken by author and inspirational speaker, Catherine Fendig. In her book, Becoming a Well Woman, Fendig shares her story of seeking love in all the wrong places. Spinning on the “relationship turnstile,” she entered one bad relationship after the other. She’d been married and divorced five times. […]

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The Walk of Faith

The Walk of Faith

Now Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not see. (Hebrews 11:1) There are certain episodes in our lives that feel surreal, unimaginable even. Perhaps if given a snapshot of an event prior to it happening, we would even utter the words, “that’ll never happen to me.” For some it […]

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The Walk of Faith

The Walk of Faith

“The Walk of Faith” delves into the practical and spiritual aspect of Faith. Mike Winans will use his personal experiences while being physically incarcerated to serve as a point of inspiration and hope to each reader. This message will have a strong biblical point of reference while drawing parallelisms to the current issues of the […]

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A Mother’s Prayer

A Mother’s Prayer

My day began with high of expectation as my husband and I celebrated the ending session of our church association at our regional church affiliate campground. We rode home full of excitement as we shared about the sermons and the reports given that week of a great Jesus celebration. And then my cell phone began […]

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A Rainbow Under Any Other Name

A Rainbow Under Any Other Name

My boss’ “Thank You” card had a beautiful of array of iridescent colors on the front. Since he was not a confessed believer, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to use the rainbow as a way to introduce the faithfulness of God’s Word. As he opened the card, he smiled and exclaimed, “The […]

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Pulling the Rip Cord of a Modern-Day Revival

Pulling the Rip Cord of a Modern-Day Revival

In Cataracts of Revival, G.J. Morgan wrote, “In the hidden ledger of God there is a specific law where every revival works accordingly, and every law runs back to the source of all things.” In His infinite wisdom the Father has placed a dynamic promise, which constitutes a covenant of revival, in the book of […]

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Identity Theft

Identity Theft

… Those who indulge in sexual sin, or who worship idols, or commit adultery, or are male prostitutes, or practice homosexuality, … –none of these will inherit the Kingdom of God. (1 Corinthians 6:9b-10 NLT) This is a verse that is commonly used in arguments to prove that homosexuality is a sin. But is the […]

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Tipping Points & the Third Person of the Trinity

Tipping Points & the Third Person of the Trinity

“Going viral” is a term that, well, has gone viral. It carries the connotation that something is being passed among people like a virus–or in Old Testament terms, “a plague”! Revivals always eventually go viral. In fact, it can’t be called a revival without this phenomenon. Genuine revival cannot be contained by city limits, socioeconomic […]

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