God’s Fruit, The Super Ani-Oxidant – Lynne Carter

Author: Lynne Carter Galations 5:22-24 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. 24 Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. 25 Since we live by the Spirit, let us […]

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My Ultimate Summer Worship Playlist

  also Every Monday I post an article, devotion, or video from one of my favorite speakers, writers, or ministers. Today I’m sharing my ultimate summer worship playlist! These albums have comforted and strengthened my heart during this season! Psalms 59:16 –  “But I will sing of your strength; I will sing aloud of your steadfast […]

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Broken and Beautiful – Joy York

Author: Joy York  “She has got it together.” That is the phrase I occasionally say with longing about someone else. And perhaps the phrase I would long to hear being said of me. But this week I have once again been reminded of how impossible or maybe even how irrelevant having it all together is. […]

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Rediscovering Whimsy – Bob Goff

Every Monday I  post a devotions, article, or video from one of my favorite writers, speakers, or minister. Today I’m sharing a short talk given by Bob Goff about rediscovering whimsy. Bob is a Writer, speaker, lawyer, and diplomat. I first heard Bob speak 3 yrs ago and was struck by his exuberance and unbelievable […]

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It’s A Sacred Thing to Prepare A Place For Another – Sarah DeLotelle

Author: Sarah DeLotelle It’s a sacred thing to prepare a place for another. Six months ago I pioneered The Gathering: A monthly service uniquely designed for women. I dreamed of creating a space where women could seek, encounter, and delight in the Lord together. I knew I wanted it to include worship, teaching, and fellowship, […]

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Living Courageously – Francis Chan

  Every Monday I share an article, devotion, or video from one of my favorite writers, speakers, or ministers. Below is a clip of Francis Chan challenging the Church to live courageously.

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Life After Loss – Katie Malcolm

Author: Katie Malcom “Name_____ (birth date – death date) passed away peacefully surrounded by his/her family,” begins a majority of the obituaries on Pensacola Memorial Garden’s website, including my mom’s. My mom took her last breath on September 18th at 11:23pm with me, my dad, grandmother, aunt and great uncle. She was surrounded by her […]

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