Relentlessly Tender Shepherd

“… Jesus is the conquering King and the Good Shepherd. He has power over death. But he also has a soft spot for the Mary Magdalene’s of the world. The regal hero is relentlessly tender.” —Max Lucado, Unshakable Hope I prayed and pondered for weeks about the opening post of this series because I wanted…

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Why Two Witnesses?

But if his heart is closed to you, then go to him again, taking one or two others with you. You’ll be fulfilling what the Scripture teaches when it says, ‘Every word may be verified by the testimony of two or three witnesses.  Matthew 18: 16 TPT I think there are some folks who are…

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Broken Prayers for Tidal Waves

There is just no preparation for sudden loss. It feels like a tidal wave engulfs you. And while I was thankful, for all the cards and books I received from friends, there was one book, that literally saved me. Riches Stored In Secret Places, by Verdell Davis, reached down into that ocean of darkness, and…

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Unchanging Love

“Comfort, yes, comfort my people,” says your God. Isaiah 40:1 TLB What do you say when the unchanging-unthinkable happens? I believe—nothing at all. Yes, you don’t speak. You—do. You reach out your arms and wrap them around the one who is hurting. You weep together. You pray silently for them. You call out to God…

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Waterfall

“…the sweetness of grace and freedom comes hand in hand with the uncomfortable, bitter-rawness of honest emotions and grief.” ― Natalie Brenner Grief often comes like a waterfall. It can bury us in torrents of emotions, so powerful, so outside ourselves and beyond our control, that those torrents threaten to wash us out into a sea…

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Just 15 Minutes Each Day!

Yep, that’s all. Just fifteen minutes each day, for a month, and you wil be astounded at how much information from the Bible you will begin to assimilate. In simple, easy-to-remember steps, Max Anders book, 30 Days To Understanding The Bible, will show you how to to organize each category of information, take each piece,…

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Fifteen Minutes A Day!

Yep, that’s all. Just fifteen minutes each day, for a month, and you will not believe how much information from the Bible you will begin to assimilate. In simple, easy-to-remember steps, Max Anders book, 30 Days To Understanding The Bible, will show you how to to organize each category of information, take each piece, and…

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Just Released: Lone Witness, A New Atlanta Justice

Rachel Dylan and Bethany House Publishers have just released the next book in the sizzling Atlanta Justice Series: Lone Witness. This is Book Two in the series and tells the story of Sophie Dawson, Prosecutor and rising star in the Fulton County DA’s office. You will definitely want to add this one to your summer reading list!…

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What Is Truth? (From The Father’s Heart, by Charles Slagle – excerpt)

Beloved Adventurer! What is truth? Truth is timeless, everlasting fact. Truth is the word We use to describe the way reality is, was, and forever is bound to be. Two plus two equals four, blue mixed with yellow is green, and water will forever consist of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. There never…

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Keturah, The Sugar Baron’s Daughters

Lisa Bergren has just released her book, Keturah. This is book one in her new Historical Romance series for Bethany House Publishers, The Sugar Baron’s Daughters. Our story begins in England but is mainly set on the Caribbean Island of Nevis (which I confess) I knew little to nothing about before reading this book. Bergren has really…

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