Syrian Refugees, Selfless Compassion and Pro Life

My heart breaks, for a lot of reasons. For teens on drugs, for babies that are killed in the womb. Recently my heart breaks for Paris and Beirut. For all the families that have to move forward without loved ones. My heart breaks for all those who are being displaced by war and senseless acts of... Continue Reading →

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Read the Bible in 2 DAYS!!!

PersonalCreations.com, who posted this info-graphic (which is also below) about how long it would take the average reader to read a given book. According to the info-graphic the Bible takes 43.79 hours to read. This is if you read at a speed of 300 words per minute (hopefully those are all small words or I'm really slow).... Continue Reading →

Lineage

Lineage. This simple word packs a whole lot of history. For some of this word can bring great pride and for others it can bring up old scars. With Christ we not only become a new creation (a new person) but we get a new lineage as well. We get tied into a family that... Continue Reading →

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"For You formed my inward parts; You wove me in my mother’s womb. I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from You, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the... Continue Reading →

Thought of the Day: A Trusted Phrase

Christians use a lot of catchy (and often cheesy) phrases that get used over and over and over again. They probably get so ingrained in our minds that we forget what they actually mean or what they originally was intended for. One phrase that is used over and over and over again (and has every... Continue Reading →

Victory

Victory is not a cliche, it is not a given. Victory indicates a battle, a struggle. Victory indicates there was a chance of losing. Victory indicates a finish.

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