We Have Access!

We Have Access!

     In our highly technical world, I find that computers provide many more resources than most of us will ever completely know how to access and utilize. Sometimes I take on the challenge of learning a new feature or program and go exploring outside my “comfort zone.” I get excited breaking new ground and discovering new… Continue Reading

Rejoicing in the Hope: Our Legal Rights

Rejoicing in the Hope: Our Legal Rights

     Have you ever heard people use the term “hopeless” in describing a situation? “Hopeless” means not expectant of good or success, not susceptible to remedy or cure, incapable of redemption, improvement, solution, or accomplishment. No matter what the situation looks like, there is never a need for God’s children to feel hopeless. Why? Our loving… Continue Reading

Enjoy Your Inheritance as God’s Son

Enjoy Your Inheritance as God’s Son

     I once heard a story about a piece of artwork called The Son. It was a painting of a brave soldier who gave his life in battle to save others. In grateful appreciation, one of those soldiers he saved painted this portrait for the man’s father, knowing that the father loved and collected artwork. Presenting… Continue Reading

God’s Mercy unto Salvation

God’s Mercy unto Salvation

     As a young man in college I thought I had everything going for me. My parents had provided me with a wholesome family upbringing. All of my physical and financial needs were met abundantly. I always had clean clothes to wear, plenty of food to eat, and a comfortable bed to sleep in. Through grade… Continue Reading

Treasure in Earthen Vessels

Treasure in Earthen Vessels

     As a kid growing up, I liked to eat Cracker Jacks because of the surprise in the box. I would open the box and carefully sift through the candied popcorn until I found the prize. Similarly, when grocery shopping with my mother, I would always try to get her to buy the cereal with the… Continue Reading

The Power of the New Birth

The Power of the New Birth

     As a young girl, I was very shy and withdrawn. The neighbors laughed at how I would hide behind my mother when they would visit our home. Through most of my teen years, I tried not to show my insecurities on the outside, but in my heart I still felt that everyone else was better… Continue Reading

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