What is next, Lord?

In 1985 the Lord came into my office and spoke audibly to me at the moment my one-year-old had stopped breathing and turned completely blue. He spoke three words to me, “Marlene, it is time,” then my knees buckled and I hit the ground in a repentance prayer. Deliverance came from many things I’m not proud nor ashamed to share with others.

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God’s Treasures Will Last Forever!

  I recently included a testimony in my newsletter from Patricia Winchester who shared with me, "I don't ask God Why, I say Why Not Me?" She recently shared her personal trial and testimony at her church! My Enews included the entire sermon...but, for just Patricia's testimony Click Here. It is a message of HOPE …

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I Now Can See The Colors in A Crystal

I recently met for brunch with a highschool friend.  A couple of times during the past ten years she has felt compelled to reach out to me and we were finally able to connect. Once you read her story you will understand like I do now, that she is a product of our God who …

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It’s In The Process

What makes, clay pottery, cow's milk buttery, butterflies fluttery? It's something in the process. What makes, bologna lunchmeat, a cane of sugar so sweet a loaf of bread from whole wheat? It's something in the process. What makes, dark clouds roll away, the rooster crow at dawn each day, us doubt and turn to God …

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Choices… we all have to make them

CHOICES - People may often misunderstand your goals, your vision, your mission ~ but keep going, keep striving and continue to push, having faith in the specific calling you have been given! (While at the same time being open for Godly accountability and constructive criticism) FB Post by Maverick Hoenig June 3, 2017. CHOICES When …

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Seeing God’s Face

36 And there was one Anna, a prophetess, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Aser: she was of a great age, and had lived with an husband seven years from her virginity; 37 And she was a widow of about fourscore and four years, which departed not from the temple, but served God with fastings …

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You Are Beautiful And Who You Are Is Quite Enough

I've been studying to become a Crisis Counselor and also a trainer to teach TRE - Trauma Release Exercises.  Little did I realize two years ago that I would be putting these skills to personal use.  Over the past two and a half years I have been to three funerals, married and annulled, assaulted and …

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