Note: Shoutout to the kind folks at Revell Books for providing a free copy of this book in exchange for a review! Thank y'all for this opportunity! Introduction Debbie Lindell's She Prays is a one-month devo geared for ladies who want to grow in their own personal prayer journey. Starting out with identity and ending in powerful prayer …
Thought y’all might enjoy this post as much as I did 🙂
God spared our lives!
On August 21st, my oldest brother (Michael) and I were driving on a two-way road when an oncoming vehicle crossed the yellow line and hit us head-on.
We were taken to the hospital by ambulance. After 6 stitches and observations, I was discharged the following evening.
God worked it out perfectly; the morning before the accident, I had finished editing a film we’re making about a widow friend of ours; Jill Hunter Clem(Coming soon). In the trauma bay and while being sutured, I was able to share her story with the nurses and doctors.
In our upcoming film, “Satisfied”, I play the role of Shawn. In the film, Shawn is hit by a car and taken to the hospital. With permission we were able to film the hospital scene, right before I was discharged!
God is good! He is faithful! We know that…
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Is there such a thing as spiritual muscle soreness? Join me as I discuss my newfound favorite sport, and how a negative side effect of that sport made me think about my walk with God.
Join me as I discuss the second book in Paul Hattaway's China Chronicles series!
Note: I received this book for free from YWAM Publishing in exchange for an honest review (which you are about to read). Thank you again, YWAM! Introduction Bruce Olson was a teenage Minnesotan, who, after seeking and finding God in his early teens, was led of the Lord to go to South America and serve …
Hearts of Fire by The Voice of the Martyrs chronicles the lives of eight Christian women from eight different countries, all of which have been or still are persecuted for their faith. Read along as I delve into Hearts of Fire, including what I liked and disliked, a note to parents, and my recommendation of whether to purchase the book or not.
In this book review, I examine Paul Hattaway's first work in the China Chronicles series, including the elements I did and didn't like, my note and recommendation to parents, and how to purchase the book. Read more!
The Heavenly Man by Brother Yun and Paul Hattaway records the life and work of Brother Yun, a Chinese Christian who has undergone persecution from unbelievers and believers alike, but who continues to serve God with all of his heart. Read along as I discuss The Heavenly Man, including the impact it made on my life, age recommendations, and more.
First of all, I'd like to apologize for my lack of posts lately. For some time now, I've had this idea that unless I had something deep and revelatory to say, I shouldn't say anything. Because the Lord hadn't led me to say anything so important and profound, I haven't updated my site much at …
Y’all check this post out. I couldn’t agree more, as Lee addresses something I’ve dealt with, and I pray this touches you as it has me.
Fear has a funny way of lying to you. Fear tells you that “it’s always going to be this way” or, “the worst will happen.” Your own fears are always more real to you than the ones someone else struggles with. So, is there a way out of fear, or is it something you’ll always struggle with?
My own struggle
I recently battled with fear myself. I was afraid of falling into pride. I don’t like what pride does to people. It’s actually very silly when you think about it. Especially when it comes to Supernatural Ministry. If we know anything, we know that God is the one who heals, speaks, delivers, and saves. So thinking that I had some strength in myself to accomplish that would be really laughable. However, fear whispered to me, “you see, that’s why you’re excited about speaking in front of people…
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