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Spring Preparation--Bringing Good out of the Poop — Broken & Hopeful
One of my favorite times of year is when I start preparing the soil of my garden beds for spring. I think I tend to romanticize it a little as I tend the soil and imagine all the little seedlings popping up. There is such hope in that care, but I forget what is really going on in that preparation.
Hannah Morrell,
What's Up With That, God?! - Divorce Minister
YOU gave me a vision, a dream. This dream had me promoted to a place of prominence, honor, and power. Then YOU allowed those closest to me to betray me forcing me to leave my home country against my will. What’s Up With That, God?! You established me eventually in this new country granting me … Continue reading “What’s Up With That, God?!”
David Derksen,
March 25 Bible Reading Plan - Denise Pass
What do you want to be defined by? Our choices in this life define us. Good and bad. Whether we have hurt others or others have hurt us, we realize, like in the story of Joseph, that God’s perspective and purpose trumps ours. He uses every part of our story for our good and His glory. And there will be blessings or cursings waiting for us at the end of our life for the choices we made here on earth. Choose well, friends. Choose to surrender to the One Who truly loves you so much that He died for you. And no matter what happens in this crazy life, the good news is that our sovereign God is over it all and death has lost its sting.
Denise Pass,
A Modern-Day Joseph...RIP Nelson Mandela... - After the Altar Call
Hello World, Every once in a while, the words of the Bible become three-dimensional, playing out right in front of you. Since Nelson Mandela’s death was announced last Thursday, I have been thinking about his contributions to humanity. Not only was he a world-class freedom fighter that will remembered among the greatest of men in […]
Jacqueline J. Holness,
Plastered on the Front Pew (Part 2) – The Hallelujah House
Please note: If you’ve missed reading Plastered on the Front Row Part 1, I highly recommend you start there to have the complete story. You can find part one by scrolling down or clicking here: Plastered Part 1 “No matter how far I run I run into Your love And when I’m falling apart You…
The Hallelujah House,
Gratitude Lessons from the Polar Vortex - Divorce Minister
You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good. He brought me to this position so I could save the lives of many people. Genesis 50:20, NLT This past week we experienced some of the coldest weather in a long time. The picture above is from my car and wasn’t even the … Continue reading “Gratitude Lessons from the Polar Vortex”
David Derksen,
When, For a Season, God Himself Blocks You | Dreaming Beneath the Spires
Sometimes God himself blocks us. He imposes a period of silence & failure to woo us to himself & purify our hearts before he restores the locust-eaten years
Anita Mathias,
Relationships Gone Amok! – Part 3 - Denise Pass
Inspirational Thought of the Day: While adversity in relationships can threaten to kill a calling, it can become the very tool to shape it. Scripture of the Day: Genesis 50:20 “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” Torn Down To […]
Denise Pass,
Breaking Through a Bad Church Experience: A Couple of Notes in the Music
It was one of the oddest seasons of our lives. Just a few months later, I would write that in twenty-five years of marriage and thirty yea...
Rhett Wilson,
Aggie Hurst: A Story of Eternal Perspective - Blog - Eternal Perspective Ministries
Eternal Perspective Ministries is a Bible-believing, Christ-centered nonprofit organization founded by author Randy Alcorn.
Randy Alcorn,

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