Spiritual Walk

God’s Provision Through Scarcity

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Many times as Christians, our faith is tested and it definitely was for everyone in 2020.  Today I want to share a blog one of our staff members, who is also a pastor’s wife, wrote during the COVID-19 pandemic. Disclaimer: This blog is purely to inspire and challenge and in no way to judge the reader for any other actions, attitudes or thoughts that differ from this writer. I recently wrote a four-part blog on “Give us this Day” separating…

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The Prepared Meal and No One Shows

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Ministry is tough on the best of days! But this year has been extremely tough on pastors and their families. Recently a friend of mine, who is a pastor’s wife, wrote a blog about how hard it is on pastors when they prepare all week for Sunday and only a few show up. She did an awesome job in writing her story. There was once a lady that lived on a farm and was very poor. She had little to…

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God’s Amazing Grace

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How much time and energy do we spend feeling guilty about our past? Do we allow it to rob us of our joy or even allow it to rob us of serving the Lord in the fullest? Many times we as Christians don’t live in the freedom of God’s grace and today I want to share a blog by one of our pastors’ wives that I pray will encourage you to live in freedom! I’m only here for a little…

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Bible Verses About Our Thought Life

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With all that has been going on in our world the past few months, I know there can be a lot of fear and anxiety so today I would like to share a blog by a pastor’s wife friend of mine, Katie Orr on Bible verses about our thought life. The Bible has much to say about our minds and how we are to use our minds to know and worship the God of all wisdom and insight. Here are…

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Are You Serving Wounded or Healed?

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You don’t have to be living long to have been wounded, much less been in ministry very long to have been wounded. I would dare say we are all wearing the battle scars from wounds in ministry. But let me ask you, are you serving wounded or healed? It is so easy to go through life and ministry just limping along wounded instead of allowing God to heal the wounds from the inside out. I know. I have been there…

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