Prayer Series: Prayer of Thanksgiving

Prayer Series Part IV: Prayer of Thanksgiving

This blog post is an archived post from the Thanksgiving of 2015. It is stunning to read how God was preparing my heart to write and publish a book on the power of prayer almost two years later. (I wish I had gone back and read some of my archived posts sooner.it might have saved …

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A Different Kind of Fear

A Different Kind of Fear is Good for You?

Fear. Being afraid or feeling scared is not something that I like to experience at all! As we approach Old Hallows Eve this weekend, you could not pay me to visit a haunted house. One of my youngest nephews shared with me his disdain for going to the Six Flags amusement park at Halloween. He …

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A Message of Hope

Are You Living in the Dark Shadows of Loneliness?

Loneliness. A depressing feeling of being alone. Destitute of friendly or supportive companionship, support, etc., without company. Companionless. Remote from places of human habitation. Desolate. Wow! Doesn’t the word sound depressing? However, if you know anything about me and my writing, I am not here to make you feel depressed. I love writing to offer …

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Seasons of Change

Seasons of Change: Are YOU Ready?

Seasons of Change. There is a certain kind of joy when the birds begin to sing again as the gentle breeze of Spring begins to wash away the bitter cold of Winter. However, if you were to ask me my favorite season of the year, I’d probably lean towards Autumn. There is something quite soothing …

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Five Ways to Live as Salt and Light

Five Ways to Live as Salt and Light in a Dark World

Years ago, I initially wanted to name this blog Salt & Light.  I am passionate about encouraging Christians to shine brightly for God.  However, there were already many sites with salt and light in some related form, and I wanted to do something different.  So, I prayed about it for a while, and one glorious …

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America: A Nation (still) in Crisis

America. Land of the free and the home of the brave. Words cannot express the tremendous gratitude I have for those willing to serve our country. In fact, both my late father and my brother served. Dad was a captain in the U.S. Army, and my brother is a Marine. For clarity, here are definitions …

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This Was a Father’s Day Like No Other

Father’s Day. A little over nine months ago, my father went home to heaven to be with the Lord. Little did I know that less than a week after making my latest book available for pre-order and a few days before my mother’s birthday that dad would be gone. I thought that I was handling …

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