Comfortable with Discomfort – A Necessary Pain

There are many reasons one could be ill at ease spiritually. Grieving the Holy Spirit with sin could, SHOULD, make us uncomfortable. I challenge you to consider an intentional state of discomfort. …

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Time of Grace – Are you hungry?

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The Jacob Money Type: Embrace the Desire to Bring Beauty to the World – FaithGateway

Without Jacob types, the world is just a bit drabber. Find out how to balance creativity, money, and beauty while keeping God at the forefront.

Embrace your design; claim your tendency to create beauty as a partnership with God, who makes all things beautiful in their time. – Ecclesiastes 3:11

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Beauty and the Beast – YouTube

What It Means to be Blessed – FaithGateway

Read an excerpt from Welcoming Homeless about Danny; a homeless man who found a calling in helping others despite his own needs.

He raises the poor from the dust and lifts the needy from the ash heap. – 1 Samuel 2:8

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Picnic Table – March 14, 2017 – WELS

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Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 14 – WELS

Bible reading Genesis 24:1-60 (NIV84)

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All God’s Children – The Upper Room

The coffin was carried in, and the family followed in a seemingly never-ending stream. All the seats in the big church were filled. Margaret had alway

Thought for the Day

How can I embrace my heavenly family here on earth?

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Armed and Dangerous – Part 2 – Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

A 15-minute teaching applying practical principles from God’s Word to everyday life.

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Open Arms | Our Daily Bread

The day my husband, Dan, and I began our caregiving journey with our aging parents, we linked arms and felt as if we were plunging off a cliff. We didn’t know that in the process of caregiving the hardest task we would face would be to allow our hearts to be searched and molded and to allow God to use…

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