Category Archives: Overcoming Fear

What If They Think I’m A Weakling?

    Sometimes, I feel like a two-year old… When my children were little they each went through a phase when they wanted to do everything by themselves. They thought they were big enough to handle it without mama’s help. “I do it!” they would say. And if I didn’t allow them do it by themselves, there was usually a

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Gently Found

Gently Found By Lisa Anne Tindal Read and consider John 4:1-42 If I’m honest, I prefer the background content to go unnoticed. I’m settled with a soft light shining on the person I am, a comfortable place, my secrets sitting on my lap, or beside my cheek on the pillow. I’ve accepted my struggles, self-inflicted or childhood stuff. I’ve decided

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Grasping For Slivers Of Joy

Three things to remember about God when you feel like you’re grasping for slivers of joy in a difficult season.

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Love Compels Us To Choose Self-control

  What is self-control? According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary self-control is defined as “restraint exercised over one’s own impulses, emotions, or desires.” Biblically speaking, self-control is the Fruit of the Spirit that helps us stand against the temptation to give in to the flesh. Recently,  we have been on a quest to discover more about the fruit of self-control.

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The Heart Exchange

The Heart Exchange By Aimee Caverly   “Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.” Psalm 37:4 “Oh, Lord, I know my desires,” as I talked with Him about all my plans, “the desires of my heart.” But as my existence progressed something seemed terribly wrong. My purpose wasn’t going the way I

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