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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Good On The Outside, Broken On The Inside

Photo by: Justin Lawrenc I like to read marquees on church signs whenever I go on trips or riding around town doing errands. The messages on these marquees are always encouraging with really nice sayings such as: “Jesus takes returns, return to Jesus.” Or “Come and love God with us!” Today while reading one of…

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Surrender Your Ashes For Beauty

Photo by: Priscilla Du-Preez Written by:  Georgetta Head live in a fallen world that quite often brings hurt, pain and death into our lives. When this happens many of us do not know what to do or how to recover from “mourning” or how to rebound from such devastating news. Just recently, I learned from…

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Whose Hiding Behind The Scenes

Photo by: Hayes Potter Whenever something bad happens in one’s life, the first reaction is, “God why did you allow this to happen to me” or “if God is a good and loving God why does He allow bad things to happen?” Well it is time to expose the enemy of all mankind! Whether saved…

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Entering Into His Rest

Not too long ago I was visiting a patient on the heart floor section of a local hospital. While there, I heard a woman’s voice over an intercom saying, “attention staff, it is now time for quiet hour. Everyone please cease from making any noise to allow a time of peace and tranquility for our…

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Love Has A Face

Photo by: Gift Habeshaw What is love? This is a question everyone in the world tries to explain, express, or experience! Chapter 13 of 1 Corinthians is called the love chapter. This love chapter gives a great description of love, yet very few have been able to express love without some sort of attachment with…

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How Do You Measure Wealth?

Photo by: Katie Harp Whenever my husband and I travel we pray asking Father God to order our steps, so this past weekend was no different. After praying while on a get-away week-end, He led us to eat at a local restaurant in the town we were visiting. Once inside the restaurant we were amazed…

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Listening To The Wrong Voice Can Be Costly

  How many people do you inquire for advice before making decisions? How often do you listen to sound wisdom, ignore it and make a decision that could become very costly days, weeks or months down the road? Isaiah 30:1-3 shares with us what happens when we don’t listen to God’s counsel. “Woe to the…

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Politically Correct Names

Photo by: Felicia Buitenwerf When you hear the word sin what comes to mind? The Bible lists various names for sin, such as liar, idolatry, thief, fornicator, murderer, unforgiving, adulterer, etc. God recorded this list to show mankind what is in their hearts. We are told in Jeremiah 17:9 “the heart is deceitful above all…

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“His” Word

Photo by: Aaron Burden Quite often I hear people comment that the Bible isn’t true or that the Bible is a fairy tale. Because I believe the Bible is real and God’s Word is literal this bothered me. The following scripture, from Hebrews 4:12, gave me understanding of others negative comments: “For the word of…

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