Monthly Archives: October 2012

Growing in Faith

Soon it will be my 35th birthday. That’s not how old my body is, but that’s how long I have known Jesus as my Savior. I’m contemplating how far God has brought me. Before I knew Him, I felt overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Abandonment Issues

“We are settling for a Christianity that revolves around catering to ourselves when the central message of Christianity is actually about abandoning ourselves.” This quote from Pastor David Platt came across my path on Facebook. Whenever I see the word … Continue reading

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All I Have Is Christ

Today I’m privileged to post a guest blog from Pauline Hylton–a dedicated Christian, wife, mother, writer, my writing mentor, and soon to be farmer. You can listen to my interview with Pauline on my radio show “Hearts Set Free” on … Continue reading

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Guide Me, Lord

“Call failed” was the message I received after trying my cell phone. I had help from Mapquest, but it seemed I’d been driving for many more miles on the lonely country road than was listed on my directions. I longed for the … Continue reading

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Raising Your Joy Level

Lately I’ve been thinking of a phrase a Bible leader told me awhile ago. She said, “If your joy level is going down, it’s time to repent.” I do sense joy diminishing in my life. And I’ve been repenting—of having … Continue reading

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