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December 23, 2016

Scars: The Tattoos of Faith

Scars. Life wounds scabbing over. Everyone has them. We go to church to simply play, “cover up Christianity.” You see the point is scars are simply proof God is healing us, and that what once was a wound is in the act of being restored. But what is really unacceptable is how many people sit and suffer simply because they don’t know it is ok to hurt, ok to be blemished, and ok to have scars.
December 27, 2016

Barbecues, Beaches, and Bombs

“War, huh, good god What is it good for? Absolutely nothing" I can’t blame people for not wanting to think about bombs when they can escape to barbecues and beaches but is there more to consider?
December 27, 2016

The Isaac Project [Book Review]

Sarah Monzon is a Chaplain's wife, a gifted mother of two, and now an incredible bestselling debut author in a class all of her own.
December 27, 2016

Church In Recession – Is This Your End?

When a church gets into a spiritual recession, as all churches sometimes do, and the church members start cutting back on her spiritual investment, the economy of saving souls and making dynamic disciples for Jesus starts to head towards a massive depression. What can We do? Read on...
December 27, 2016

Love Letters In The Sand

Half- naked, she was dragged from her room, from her darkness, into the light; cast at the feet of Jesus. Broken, shamed, dirty, guilty, without dignity nor humility she appeared, caught in her sins…before the very Son of God... Read what happens next!
December 28, 2016

Unkept Promises

We all make promises we can't keep. What about all those promises we keep making to God? And what about the promises God makes to us? Legalism is a funny thing, in that we always want us to go home to it. It is time for a new promise.
December 29, 2016

Driven. [A short story]

This is an emotional rollercoaster of a short story about how God can heal the most tragedic of all human suffering. It is a tale of how even as we literally teeter between life and death with all eternity in the balance God knows all, God sees all, and God calls many "saviors" to our aide but not all are willing to be "Driven."
December 29, 2016

Finders Keepers [Book Review]

Finders Keepers is author Sarah Monzon’s second novel and goes hand and hand with her companion novella 12 Days of Snowmen. Both are part of a larger, ongoing family saga, Monzon is unfolding for her readers. Finders Keepers, additionally,  features a dual storyline between the present time and 1699 Spain. Check out this quick review.
December 29, 2016

The Rise of the “Celeb Pastor”

The problem with the Celeb Pastor is not only can they not identify with your local issues and personal experience, you can't easily ask them clarifying questions. Understand your local pastor is a scholar in his own right and is better qualified to assist you then some "image" or "brand" Pastor you only connect with on TV.

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