Category: Mission

How to Respond to Same Sex Marriages
Relationship Challenges

How to Respond to Same Sex Marriages

It’s been an interesting ride this last week with all the fur flying on social media over the recent decision by the Supreme Court to legalize same sex marriages. I found myself frustrated at believers and unbelievers alike. They were rude, cruel, unkind, and even hateful. I wanted to grab

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What am I suppose to do?
Mission

How to Discover Your Next God Adventure

Have you ever asked God, “What am I suppose to do? What is my assignment from you, Lord?” Actually, it’s not that hard to discover what God wants you to do, whether for a day or for a lifetime. Look at it this way… Life hasn’t always be cookies and

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My-village

Why a Home is Where Your Story Begins

Our youngest son graduates from college on Sunday. Quite a mile stone for him, and for us. The empty nest just became official. He’s on his own now… along with his five older siblings. *sigh* I woke up thinking about home. About Acts 17:26-27: He marked out their appointed times

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God's State of the Union Address
Death, grief, and heaven

God’s State of the Union Address

  God’s State of the Union Address was met with wild applause by citizens of the kingdom the other night as He proclaimed the Acceptable Year of the Lord (Luke 4:16-20). Those gathered in the courts of Heaven rose to their feet as King Jesus walked to the podium and

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Don't Make This MIstake With Your Spiritual Gift
Mission

Don’t Make This Mistake With Your Spiritual Gift

Have you ever been so excited to use your spiritual gift that you freely shared it with someone in need? Someone Jesus pointed out and said, “Hey, So-and-so needs you to bless them.” Yet your gift of hospitality, wisdom, or prophecy didn’t seem to go over so well with the

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5 of Our Founding Fathers Were Kids
Create your legacy

5 of Our Founding Fathers Were Just Kids

A few days ago I asked this question on my Facebook author page: “How old do I have to be to make my own country?” The answers were creative. But one of them … Susie’s … stood out to me. She said, “I would ask how old are you now?”

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3 Simple Ways to Encourage Others on a post by Susan Gaddis
Daily

3 Simple Ways to Encourage Others {Thursday Therapy}

So . . . someone you know feels like garbage and you want to help, but you aren’t sure how to do so. Perhaps a spiritual hug is needed along with a physical one. Christ followers are called to encourage others (see 2 Corinthians 13:11 and 1 Thessalonians 5:11). And

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Dare to Be Ordinary
Daily

I Dare You to Be Ordinary {Thursday Therapy}

I dare you to live an ordinary life. I know. You’d rather be somebody famous. Or sexy. Or rich. How about popular? Forget it. In order to be a change agent for Jesus in the world, you have to be ordinary. Yep, the everyday guy who lives in an ordinary

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Bigstock photo for how to help someone with cancer post at Holy in the Daily
Death, grief, and heaven

How to Help Someone With Cancer

Some years ago I battled colon cancer, and as a pastor, I’ve walked with many a friend on their cancer journey. It’s never easy to know what to say or how to help someone with cancer—the emotional and physical struggles can be confusing and scary for them and for those

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