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The God of the Whisper

I grew up in the mountains.  Land-locked on all sides.  One would have to drive at least 20 hours in one direction or the other to reach an ocean from Colorado.  The mountains are my home.  The ocean is my vacation.  The mountains are my security.  The ocean is a mysterious beauty to me.  The ways of the mountains I…

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Learn How to Hear God’s Voice (Course)

Have you ever wondered if there is something more to your walk with God? Like something is missing? Did you ever wish that you could know God’s direction for your life and future? Have you ever hoped to  hear from God in detail (like they did in the Bible)? These were the questions I asked, over 14 years ago, when I…

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Following the Rules, Missing Jesus

In the Bible, in the Gospel written by Luke, we find two rich men.  They are pitted against each other in chapters 18 and 19 with only the story of a blind man healed to separate the two.  I never considered them having any relation before, but now I wonder. The first rich man is a religious man.  He’s followed…

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A Fast from Strife

Over the years, I’ve been a part of many different fasts.  Going for hours, days, and even weeks without food.  The motivations have been different: to know more of God, to see Him bring breakthrough in various situations, to release His power in greater ways. But it was not until recently that the Holy Spirit asked me to fast from…

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Why Millenials Are Leaving the Church

This question has been heavy on my heart for awhile now, so when I saw that Tyndale was offering the book, Abandoned Faith* in return for a review on my blog, I was happy to get it!  It is incredibly insightful.  The authors of the book have spent extensive time with both the up and coming generation and their parents.  They…

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God Loves Americans Too

I am an American.  And I am not ashamed to be an American. There was a time that I was not able to say that and truly mean it.  Americans in generations past had no problem accepting this truth, but I have.  And I believe many in the post Baby-Boomer generations may feel the same. We grew up in a time…

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40 Scriptures for Lent

  I didn’t grow up in a home that practiced the tradition of Lent, but I am drawn to the idea of doing something special for the 40 days leading up to Easter.  It’s so easy to let the season go by and miss the point of it all, which is Jesus. So I put together a collection of 40 Scriptures…

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Jesus Among Other Gods (Book Giveaway)

I don’t know about you, but lately, with everything going on in the world, I have been hungry for some TRUTH.  Solid, timeless, unwavering truth.  Which is why, when I saw this book Jesus Among Other Gods, I was drawn to it. I love the author, Ravi Zacharias.  If you have never read his books or heard him speak, I think…

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16 Ways to Save Money So that You Can Give More

I’m drawn to the minimalistic lifestyle.  We never made an intentional choice to live minimally, but our semi-nomadic lifestyle (and income level) has shaped how many possessions we currently have.  I am also very aware of becoming like my mother and storing every piece of paper from my children’s school years in boxes in the basement, as well as every stuffed…

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