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  • Welcome and God Bless!

    October 8, 2019 by

    We hope this website is a source of encouragement and inspiration. It is created to uplift and provide Godly counsel from the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ, specifically to those who have endured and overcome the abuse of domestic violence. We pray this website is a blessing to you, and that you are encouraged… Read more

  • The Biggest Break Imaginable

    July 3, 2020 by

    We all have distinct and different avenues that we took to establish a relationship with God. Some of us came to the Lord Jesus Christ because a person witnessed the Gospel to us, and we were overcome with his love in that instance. Others were brought up in the church, and it was more of… Read more

  • The Once Hopeless and Now Grateful Onion Peeler

    June 25, 2020 by

    I was raised in a rural community, and our house was on what used to be a long dirt road. It was paved with asphalt when I was a teenager, and our neighbor’s son must have thought it belonged only to him. Young and sometimes very foolish, Frankie would speed down that paved road on… Read more

  • My Heart Hurts, But My Soul Feels Good

    June 10, 2020 by

    God has created us to be three-part beings; spirit, soul, and body. People often wrongly identify the parts, but 1Thessalonians 5:23 clarifies it quite nicely. There are three parts that make us humans, and our soul is the part of us that we must constantly keep in check. It’s governed by our will, and God… Read more

  • “I Cry to You, But You Don’t Answer”

    May 28, 2020 by

    My friend, Maxine, ran into a rough spot when she got sober about nine years ago. Her personality is bubbly and infectious; she never had a problem landing a job, just couldn’t keep it. With her prior arrests, background checks always caught up with her. It made her employment history sketchy at best. Maxine’s dad worked… Read more

  • Pants too Tight, Mouth too Loose

    May 21, 2020 by

    My grandmother would say to me, “Your mouth is going to get you in trouble.” She accused me of talking way too much for a youngin barely able to make up a bed. In her day, kids were to occupy themselves with quiet play, and never to be so brassy as to interject in grown… Read more

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