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Staying Spiritually Hungry in 2016

By on January 5, 2016 in Christian Life with 4 Comments

Let’s be honest, January 1st can be the most intimidating day of the year. This is the day of starting, and starting can be scary. New habits, new resolutions, and new goals both stir in us a passion for more and better, and a fear that we will fail and not measure up. For a […]

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Will You Make 2016 a Year of Victory?

By on December 29, 2015 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

A new year will soon arrive and with it the opportunity to deepen your relationship with your heavenly Father by trusting your future to Him! Are you viewing 2016 through the binoculars of the media or the Word of God? The media reports that, among other things, national security is questionable, family values are crumbling, […]

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For When You're Waiting on God

By on October 27, 2015 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

A spirit of resistance cannot wait on God. I believe it is this spirit which is the reason for some of our greatest sufferings. Opposing the workings of the Lord in and through our “problems” only exacerbates them. It is here and now that we must win our victories or suffer defeats. Spiritual victories are […]

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The One

By on October 8, 2015 in Christian Life, Jesus with 4 Comments

Last week, I received news one of my former personal training clients went to be with Jesus. She was a college student, and I trained her when she was in high school. Jordan was very introspective & inquisitive. Our PT sessions were often as mentally intensive as they were physically intensive. One day, Jordan sent […]

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Come Into the Light

By on September 29, 2015 in Christian Life with 1 Comment

Three months ago, Ashley Madison was not a household name. Now, it’s almost impossible to turn on the TV or get on the internet without seeing some mention of the information leak that happened last month. In case you are one of the few who is still unaware of the scandal, let me inform you. […]

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What Should I Wear?

By on September 8, 2015 in Christian Life with 1 Comment

Recently I was asked to speak at a women’s event in another state. Because I was not familiar with the church I asked, “What is the appropriate dress for this event?” The answer given was: “Something comfortable and cool. It is going to be hot!” In Woman Land that answer is a bit vague. Does […]

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Get Off the Rollercoaster: 4 Ways to Practice Biblical Discernment

By on September 3, 2015 in Christian Life with 4 Comments

I am fascinated with rollercoasters and I love riding them. Did you know that, when a rollercoaster is being constructed, if the builders of the coaster are off even a half inch at the start of the first lift hill, they can be off as much as 3 feet at the top, depending how tall […]

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The Power of the Pure in Heart

By on September 1, 2015 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Because your heart is the shrine for your affections, the crucible for your thoughts, and the home for your energies and motivations, it is the most vital organ of the body. Even in the physical realm, the heart pumps the life-giving blood through veins and arteries to sustain the body. Life and health, personality and […]

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"They’ll Never Love You Like I Can"

By on August 18, 2015 in Christian Life, Jesus with 1 Comment

Have you ever listened to a popular song on the radio that just really hits you? Its meaning is deeper than even the artist really understands and it just speaks to your soul and spirit? That’s what I’ve been feeling lately through Sam’s Smith new song “Like I Can” Why are you looking down all […]

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True Beauty

By on August 6, 2015 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

“Am I Pretty or Ugly?”  Since 2009, close to 25,000 teen girls have posted videos of themselves on YouTube asking that very question. Then, they have encouraged people to leave comments weighing in on the question. Tragically, the results have not been uplifting. Many of these young women are bombarded by mean and thoughtless comments. […]

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