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Join me today at the God is Love blog where I’ll talk about the Holy Spirit. I wish I could say I was any kind of expert, but I’m working through my understanding of Him. I may not know everything, except that I need a Comforter, Helper, and Advocate every day of my life, so I am so thankful He’s been given to us as believers. Please comment below or contact me using the form if you have any thoughts you’d like to share of if there is a way I can pray for you. Thank you for stopping by!

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Do you love old books? Do you love the way they feel and smell like I do? This book of prayer has been a great comfort to our family these last few months. My devotional at the God is Love blog tells a little bit about it. Join me there. And let me know if there’s something I can pray about for you. Use the comment box below or the contact form to send an email. I’d love to start a conversation!

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William Shakespeare said, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.”

Sometimes life asks us to play our part from underneath the stage–in the pit. My devotional this month at the God is Love blog is about what we can learn while we’re in that pit.

Please let me know if there is a way I can pray for you or if you’d like to start a conversation. Use the comment section below or send me an email through my contact form. Have a wonderful day!

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The world is in a season of uncertainty. And in the middle of this pandemic, my family has begun to walk an unknown path ourselves. But God is already there. He is faithful. Let us always remember the promises He gives, even when we have no idea what is ahead of us. 

My devotional this month at the God is Love blog explores that idea. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Or if I can pray with you, leave me a comment or send me an email. We are on this journey together, friends!

 

 

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I was fortunate enough to grow up in a family that serves God and loves Jesus. My parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents have demonstrated faith and prayer and worship for me and many others. Now I have a chance to extend that teaching to the next generation and beyond. What will my legacy be?  How about yours?

Join me for this month’s devotional at the God Is Love blog. I’d love to hear stories of your family. Feel free to use the comment section or send me an email using the contact form

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I’m sure it comes as no surprise that our OMNISCIENT God knows all. He knows what we need before we need it. When have you seen that happen in your life? My devotion at the God is Love blog is all about that this month. Stop by and start a conversation. Or use the comments below. Or use my contact page to let me know if I can pray for you. Blessings!

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Do you ever procrastinate? I’m almost an expert. My devotional at the God is Love blog talks about what happened when I recently spent time doing things other than what I should have been. I can’t say that it has cured me of my procrastination problem, but it did make me think.

I’d love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to comment below, or use the contact form to connect with me. I’d love to have a conversation!

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I had a day a few weeks ago that made me think “would anyone notice if I weren’t here?” I was quickly reminded by the Holy Spirit that if no one else knows what I do, He sees.

He is El-Roi, “the God who sees”. All we do, all we think, all we say, He knows. And He loves us.

You were enough to send His Son to die for you. Never forget that. My devotional at the God is Love blog this month is about feeling insignificant. It’s a lie that we can’t afford to believe.

Join me and let’s talk about it. If I can pray for you or you’d like to start a conversation, use the comments below or hit me up at the contact page. I hope to hear from you!