Being Imprisoned Comes in Many Forms

Photo by Mitch Lensink (unsplash) For many years I had the opportunity to be involved in prison ministry until Father God moved me into another direction. When I was involved in Prison Ministry, I visited several different prison institutions and I always noticed (depending on the age of the prison) they all had different lockdown…

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Childhood Memories

Photo By unsplash  Article by:  Charles S. Head  As I sat quietly early one morning, my mind drifted back to my childhood memories.  Some of them were more precious than others.  As children we have a tendency to imitate our parents and other adults, and in the process some of them become our heroes, while…

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Burden Carrier

Photo by Alisa Anton (unsplash) “Jesus’ Burden is Light” By Charles S. Head Have you ever tried to carry something that was too heavy and you struggled and strained?  My grandson, who always wants to help me, loves to carry things around the house.  He is really sincere and his intentions are good, but when…

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Love Is Calling – “Learn of Me”

Photo by Mandy Vincent Stahl (unsplash) When you hear the word love, what comes to mind? Me, I now think of Father God! In my past life, my answer would have been quite different. I struggled for so many years in the area of love because I didn’t know Father God’s love. Not being secure…

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The Jetsons

Photo by Alex Knight (Unsplash) This year for Mother’s Day my daughter gave me a “Smart Cup.”  This smart cup will keep your hot drink at your desired temperature from an App downloaded to your “Smart Phone.”  We now have a Google Home Mini, so my son bought me a “Smart Light Bulb,” which I…

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Doing It My Way

Read Genesis 4 Introduction As we continue our journey through the Book of Genesis, we now explore the lives and actions of Cain and Abel.  In this chapter we will learn the outcome of “doing it my way” vs. “doing it God’s way.” Genesis 4 1-2 After being cast out of God’s Garden, Adam and…

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A Divine Appointment

Photo by: Priscilla duPreez A friend and I went on a road trip to visit another friend who lives a 100 or so miles away.  Little did we know that this trip, which we planned months ago, was a divine appointment by Father God. We soon found out, this was a trip to minister to…

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Being An Example – Indirectly

Photo by Ben White Written by Charles S. Head Scripture Reading:  Matthew 5:14-16 “Ye are the light of the world.  A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid.  Neither do we light a candle and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick, and it giveth light unto all that are…

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Believe in Miracles!

Photo by Miltiafis-Frag (unsplash) Lead By God When my husband and I aren’t on weekend getaways, we take one day excursions.  This one particular day while on an unplanned excursion,  we were lead to eat at a restaurant in a neighboring small town about an hour from our home.  The waitress seated us at a…

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Patience Training

Photo by David Beale Patience is something I often lack and I am quite sure there are many others with me in this boat called “Patience Training.”  Have your ever found yourself at a checkout line that seemed to be a mile long and found yourself at the 3 quarter mile marker?  Did you patiently…

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The Fall

Photo by:  Author Unknown This week’s Bible Study, we will study the “Fall,” which will teach us why the world is in such turmoil. Reading: Genesis Chapter 3 Chapter 3 Highlights: • A predator in the Garden & this world. • Be careful who you talk with and listen to. • Deception can be deadly.…

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Jesus Moved With Compassion

Written by:  Charles S. Head Photo by:  Remi Walle Compassion is a word that we all need to take notice of, why?  Because at one time or another we will either need to use it on someone else’s behalf or need it for ourselves. Compassion as defined in the dictionary is “a feeling of deep…

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God’s Original Plan

Photo by: Shannon Richards Reading: Genesis Chapter 2 My last post I mentioned “The Fall – Chapter 3” would be my next post, but plans have changed! I didn’t want to skip over valuable information from Chapter 2. So as we continue our journey through God’s Word, in Genesis Chapter 2, we will study God’s…

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Precious Cargo

Written by:  Charles S. Head Photo by:  Nilantha Ilangamuwa   As I was returning home from a recent weekend trip through the beautiful Pennsylvania mountains on a sunshiny day, my thoughts took me back to my Lord and savior, Jesus, during his boyhood. My thoughts were, what if I had to return back to my…

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Reconnecting

Photo by Ben White My husband and I are both retirees! We retired from corporate America to work fulltime in ministry and to travel the country. But, as we all know plans should be written in pencil with a good eraser attached! We experienced a couple years following our plan, but you guessed it, we…

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The Beginning

Photo by: James Douglas Have you every wondered if the Old Testament has meaning or purpose for today’s Believers? For many years I avoided reading the Old Testament, thinking it was not prevalent for today, and even when I tried to read the Old Testament I couldn’t understand it. Plus, when I read certain books…

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Young At Heart – Part 2

Photo By:  Antonio Ochoa Psalms 19:7-8 “The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple. The statutes of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart: the commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes.” In our Blog “Young At Heart” Part 1,…

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God Hears!

Photo by:  Enoc Valenzuela When you hear the word Christian, what thought comes to mind?  Over the last decade much scandal has tarnished the word Christian, leaving the word “Christian” with a bad taste in many individuals minds.  In many cases, these scandals have caused many to leave their home church; and making it much…

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Young At Heart

Photo by: Tadas Mikucki My husband and I had an opportunity to meet and minister with a senior 92 years young. He was full of interesting stories dating back as early as the 1940’s. When asked why he lived alone, instead of in a Senior’s Facility, he said he was “too young” to live with…

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Stay In Your Lane

Photo by:   Yoel J. Gonzalez Not too long ago, my husband and I were on a weekend getaway. Our journey had us traveling on a two lane highway, when suddenly without warning a car was headed straight toward us. It was quite scary! Visions of a head on collision flashed before me. My husband began…

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