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Are You Responding to God’s Call to Help YOU with YOUR Burdens?

                            How much courage would it take for you to leave everything you know and have and then follow Jesus without knowing the destination? Do you have

Maybe You Just Need To Trust God In Your Hard Stuck Places!

Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in the middle of something? Maybe it was a stressful financial situation that didn’t seem to have a clear resolution. Maybe it was a challenging relationship where things felt tense and unresolved. Maybe

God Still Cares For YOU No matter What!

Have you ever had someone give up on you? Ouch! It hurts with a hurt that is hard to shake. Unfortunately, most of us have experienced our share of failures. Maybe we were blamed falsely for problems we didn’t create,

Are You Struggling to Find Faith?

      Faith! Faith? Faith can be a struggle whether the struggle is intellectual or based on hard life experiences or withering losses. How can we find faith, and in finding faith, also find ourselves in a better story?

If Your Life is rough…God’s Strength will carry you!

Are you waiting for something to change in your life? Are you desperately in need of someone to fight for you for once? Are you ready to give up, and exhausted of what life has handed you lately? # I’ve

New Wine and Old Skins

“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” “He’s old and stuck in his ways.” “She’s never going to change.” There is an ingrained, all-too-often-proved-true, prejudice that when we get older we can’t, or won’t, change any more. This is

Discouraged?Invite God to help!

If you ever feel discouraged (and who hasn’t at some time or another?) there are plenty of ways to move beyond it. You can make it a temporary “blip” in time rather than a downward pull of emotional quicksand. Here

MayBe Where You Are is “Meant For You To Pause And Reflect”!

Popular wisdom discourages us from looking back in time. For example, the oft-cited quote from Bil Keane is, “Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.” I would argue that the

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