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God wants to speak into your “noisy” environments” and change things!

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” (Romans 12:12) My brain felt fried. We had just wrapped an action-packed weekend with our two older daughters at their biggest tournament

God has pathways prepared to lead you to blessings!

What can we do in the midst of the battle? First, we should rejoice—because the victory has already been won! This fuels our prayers and fixes our perspective. Why have we won? Jesus tells us,  “In the world you will

God’s ways lead to blessings street!

Ever get lost on a road trip? I certainly have; in fact, if I don’t carefully follow the directions on a map, I might end up completely off course! I occasionally don’t want to read the directions and instead rely on

Never Stop Praying, Trusting, and Believing: God is Faithful, He Will Make a Way Somehow!

Life has a way of being full of problems, setbacks, disappointments, stress, and too much baby mama drama, leaving us all feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, and unsure of what the future holds. During such times, When life’s circumstances feel overwhelming, it

If it’s still not working, wait on God!

“Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him, Those that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the land.”Psalms 37:7, 9 “In patience possess your souls.”“Ye have need of patience.”“Let patience have its perfect work, that ye may be

Don’t give up! God’s still working in your miserable circumstances!

Jesus said to them, “Let us cross over to the other side.” Mark 4:35 (NIV) What do you do when God closes a door —but the new door that you know He has for you hasn’t appeared or manifested yet? Welcome to

Are problems holding you in a pit? If so, Trust God for help!

We have found that in the journey of life, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves in what can only be described as “pits”—deep, dark places where problems seem to hold us captive. These pits can manifest in countless ways: a

God is at work in Seemingly Hopeless Circumstances!

In the midst of life’s trials and challenges, we have found that it can be easy to lose hope and feel as though bad circumstances will never change. However, it is precisely in these moments that we have found that

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