Our 9/11 Baby Turns 21

It is almost midnight central time as memories flood my mind, and emotions flood my heart recalling this very night 21 years ago. I was admitted into the hospital and had to stay overnight. Scared to pieces my best friend Amy said she would stay the night with me. I am eternally grateful for her …

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Hospice

"Jesus didn't save you for what you're ready for, He saved you for what you're called for." Ps. Carl Lentz Walking through breast cancer last year the desire of my heart was to prove faithful to God through it. I told Him use "this", use me and to come get His glory. In a few …

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Unbroken

A True Story With tears left at the alter this morning I was overwhelmed by the Spirit, not out of want or need, but out of the depths of gratitude in my soul for ALL God has delivered me from, restored in me and blessed me with. This time last year I was coming out …

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Dangerous Territory

Imagine standing in front of a raging river, one so swollen that it has surpassed flood stage. Dangerous, powerful, roaring, unpredictable water. At first glance, it may appear too dangerous of a circumstance to step forward. When in reality it is far more dangerous to not step forward in faith. Sometimes God calls us to …

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I Refuse

How we react and respond to our tests either casts a broader light of Jesus or a darker shadow of the enemy. Our choices are an opportunity to prove faithful and bring followers to know Jesus, experience His abundance and live a life with Him in Eternity, OR we feed fleshly desires and bring followers …

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Quick to Judge

One of my most favorite names for Jesus is Teacher. Mary and Martha often called Him Teacher as did the disciples, scribes and Pharisees. We are learning from His teachings each day, or at least we hope we are. The Teacher teaches us through trials, circumstances, relationships, through others (good, bad, indifferent), difficulties, opportunities, provision, …

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