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Why Should Christians Vote?

If God is ultimately in control of the world and has a specific plan for it, why should Christians even vote? Continue reading

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Wake up Call

I just returned from Mount Hermon Writers’ Conference energized after a hard re-set with my writing. It was a wake up call to re-engage my heart. It was a chance to accept God’s invitation to dig deep and reignite my passion for writing words that paint a portrait of our great God. During  the conference, God provided a chance for me to look into His face and find the deeper, truer meaning for my life. God provides opportunities to look into His face and find the deeper, truer meaning for our life. Click To Tweet While At Mount Hermon, I wrote an article in my Major Morning Track workshop–even as I lay splayed on God’s operating table, monitors beeping as He leaned over me with needle and sutures… The article is what you’d expect in such a case; raw and tender to the touch. Still healing. But (unbelievably … Continue reading

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God Is Using Details to Direct You

The pastor smiled as he leaned back in his chair, “God doesn’t care where you live, Bethany.” My fiancé’ and I had been earnestly seeking God’s guidance about where to live after we got married. Should we stay local and keep our family happy or act on an opportunity to spread our wings and move out of state? Several choices lay before us, but they were socked in by the fog of family tension and we were unsure which way to go. I sat stock still in my chair as the pastor went on, “Where you live, where you work, doesn’t really matter to God. He is much more interested in your relationship with Him and that you live a solid Christian life–wherever you and Mike choose to go.” The ground seemed … Continue reading

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