Certain Hope in Storms of Sorrow

Published Jan 27, 2022

By Deb Burma Several years ago, I lost my little sister to complications related to her severe special needs. As my parents mourned the terrible loss of their daughter, and as loved ones searched to provide them with words of comfort, my mom and dad expressed their sorrow openly. “She’s with Jesus,” they said, again and […]

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Published Jan 11, 2022

By Nicole Soto Inadequate. The word itself seems depressing and hopeless, right? As I was thinking about this topic, I began to realize that every human being, no matter how confident they may seem, feels inadequate in some area of their life. The bottom line is that we all feel it and experience feeling insignificant […]

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Published Jan 4, 2022

By Shelia Walsh There are examples of breakthrough scattered throughout the entire Bible, but rarely do we see an example where breakthrough happens the same way twice. There are different examples of breakthrough looking at the experiences and responses of Daniel and Moses. Both were men seeking breakthrough and both in desperate need of a […]

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The Meaning of Joy

Published Dec 29, 2021

By Amanda Popp Back in September, the Lord gave me the word JOY. At the moment I was actually surprised. I did not consider myself a person “of joy”. I didn’t consider my personality this JOYFUL thing. I joked with people that “joyful” was probably not going to be an adjective they would use to […]

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Published Dec 21, 2021

By Anonymous  Broken! I was in Dollar Tree last night, and there was a lady and two kids behind me in the LONG line. One was a big kid, and the other one was a toddler. The bigger one had a pack of glow sticks, and the toddler was screaming for them. The Mom opened […]

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