Naomi – Word Nerd Wednesday

Melissa’s encouraging study of Naomi for today’s Word Nerd Wednesday post provides us all a glimpse of God’s faithfulness throughout the ages, proving we can trust Him in our current crisis. Naomi Naomi: Pleasant, “my delight” In the book of Ruth, which occurred during the time of the Judges, Naomi was the wife of Elimelech, […]

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How Will Coronavirus Impact You?

The coronavirus impact will be felt by us all. But what I’ve seen so far is encouraging. ********* I see you. And you are amazing! You’re making do and doing without. Jumping on the trampoline and shooting hoops in the driveway and laughing with your kids. Playing games and reading devotions, wiping tears and dispelling […]

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Anointing – Word Nerd Wednesday

Katie Chew takes a look at the origins and the purpose of God’s anointing for this week’s edition of Word Nerd Wednesday. Anointing in the Old Testament Anointing from God began in the Old Testament to set apart Aaron and his brothers for the service of priesthood before the Lord. A seven-day process, Aaron and […]

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Here I Am – Word Nerd Wednesday

Join Adele-Alys as she investigates the phrase, “here I am,” for this week’s edition of Word Nerd Wednesday. How will you answer God’s call? Here I Am by Adele Alys Spil My GPS and I are at odds with each other. Being a goal-oriented girl, once I fix on a destination, I focus all my […]

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I Am God’s Masterpiece

It often feels like a stretch for me to call myself a masterpiece. A messy one at best. But God said it, so let’s dig in and discover what it means that our identity is God’s masterpiece, so we can thwart Satan’s attacks. ********* I like to create in a variety of mediums. Tying knots […]

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How to Overcome My Struggle with My Self

Here is my recent struggle with my self…. Less than a day after determining we would study the impact of our identity Satan attacked. And he used the words of someone I respect and trust to do it. At Sunday School my Pastor talked about us being curved inward, preoccupied with self.  Well, there goes […]

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