Every She Needs a Hur

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Building relationships with other women can be a scary thing – but as we all know there is coming a battle in each and every one of our lives. Scripture tells WHEN we go through deep waters, we won’t drown and WHEN we walk through the fire, we won’t be burned. NOT IF.Read more

Watch your mouth: It’s not just a word from your mom.

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“Taste and see that the Lord is good. Oh the joys of those who take refuge in him” Psalms 34:8. TASTE – and see that the Lord is good. The words of this scripture are purposeful. As a kid, I often heard my mom say, “Watch your mouth!”. She would hear me speak some sortRead more

Simple ways to stay focused; overcoming a distracted faith

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Isaiah 26:3 “You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.”  When I read this verse, I imagine to live it, must feel like sitting beachside listening to the rhythmic sound of the waves rolling in. It’s amazing how ocean waves effortlessly draw us into peacefulRead more

Exhausted Faith and Hope Found in A Red Sea Revival

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I woke up that morning, and suddenly the thing I had been fighting for all those months before – just wasn’t important. My usual, “Thank you, God for the day you have given,” before my feet hit the ground prayer, just wasn’t there. My heart was heavy, and my mind distracted. Life at this pointRead more

A Fresh look at an old Path

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New – I like new things. We all like new things. They’re fresh.  “Out with the old in with the new,”  right? If you’re like me, the moment Christmas happened you were mentally packing up your décor, putting your new things to use and getting your home in order attempting to make a fresh lookRead more

Eyes of Fear & Fiery Faith: Part Three

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My husband and I recently experienced one of those scary parts of parenting. Our daughter was playing at a party with some friends, as she did, she fell and her fall resulted in a head injury that caused her to be unresponsive for a few seconds. Although the seconds of unresponsiveness were probably more likeRead more

Maintaining a Fiery Faith in the Eyes of Fear: Part Two

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My name is Jessica. I remember for a grade school class assignment asking my parents how they chose it. Their response? “Because we liked it.” Nothing heroic, or poetic about it – nothing other than, “We like the way it sounds.” I remember walking away from that conversation a bit let down (sorry Mom andRead more

I AM did it then. I AM does it now

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We walk some sketchy paths – and sometimes as we’re walking them, we begin to think they’re a new concept, never experienced by anyone – ever. Simple truth – that’s wrong thinking. The Israelites walked a sketchy path too. Theirs was a wilderness. Sometimes ours feels a whole lot like a wilderness too. There wasRead more

4 Steps to Surrender: Step 3 Ask

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Matthew 7:7-11, “Keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened.” The Message version says it likeRead more

4 Steps to Surrender: Step 2 Acknowledge

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God is omnipotent which means he is all powerful. Not only is God all powerful, but God is sovereign. Miriam-Webster defines sovereign as: possessed of supreme power, unlimited extent, enjoying autonomy. Relating to, characteristic of, or befitting a supreme ruler. Having undisputed ascendancy. God’s sovereignty means that He alone is in control. He’s all powerful,Read more