Virgins of Fire

What can Hanukah teach me about God during this time of turmoil on the earth? This devotional will show you the incredible miracle of Hanukah and how God wants to work a miracle in your heart and life where you may feel depressed, alone and defeated.  PREPARING for #12daysofChristmasprayer Having celebrated Christmas my entire life, …

Send cards of encouragement to Kim as she stands for the truth: Kim B Davis c/o Carter County Detention Center 13 Crossbar Road Grayson, Kentucky 41143 Matthew 25:31 “When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his glorious throne. 32 All the nations will be gathered before him, …

Christian: Are You Ready For Exile Stage Two?

Very thought provoking from an author much more eloquent than I am. I especially love the section on language and theological words being important. I have always thought so and cringed when people thought they didn't matter. Christian: Are You Ready For Exile Stage Two?.

Don’t know how to pray?

You are in good company! Jesus's disciples didn't know how to pray. They were hanging around Jesus day and night for years and I'm sure that was a bit intimidating. Can you imagine praying with Jesus? I mean, really. Jesus starts the prayer. The Holy Spirit falls. Incredible things happen. "Okay, Peter. Your turn." (insert …

10 Things 20-Something’s Should START Doing

The Apostle Paul talks about the value of singleness. Too many people in their twenties, (single or married) live for themselves and do not embrace the place they can have in the Body of Christ. One of my favorite topics. I liked this succinct blog. So, I re-blogged it.


So there’ve been all these posts lately talking about “things that 20-something’s should stop doing…” It’s easy for me to point out what people aren’t doing, but it’s probably more beneficial for us to think of things we should be doing… So here’s a list of 10 things (random and not in any particular order) that 20-somethings (this also goes for TEENAGERS, as well as those beyond their 20’s) should start doing:

1. Be a Mentor. You probably have a lot to give. You’ve been through a lot, you’ve made mistakes, and you’ve probably learned a lot of lessons. Go share that with someone who’s where you were just a few short years ago. Every Timothy needs a Paul.

2. Find a Mentor. You haven’t arrived. The things you don’t know outweigh the things you do know 10 to 1. All the successful people I know are not only…

View original post 736 more words