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Women In Ministry – Devotionals

One of my favorite places to be is the beach – on the shore where it’s calm, I can hear the waves crashing, I feel the sun shining on me.  I love it….ALL!  But, swimming out into the ocean is a completely different story.  The water is very deep and you can’t stand and that can be an overwhelming feeling...

How’s this for embarrassing? A blaring firetruck showed up in front of my house accompanied by a squad car for the 2nd time that day.  Is it because there was a serious fire?  No.  It was because I kept setting off the smoke detectors with my holiday cooking gone bad.  Not ok!  I was tempted to disconnect those smoke detectors,...

“I don’t know about you, but I’m running hard for the finish line. I’m giving it everything I’ve got. No sloppy living for me! I’m staying alert and in top condition. I’m not going to get caught napping, telling everyone else all about it and then missing out myself.” 1 Corinthians 9:25-27 (MSG) I love that the Apostle Paul referred to an...

I say to myself, “The Lord is my portion; therefore I will wait for him.” The Lord is good to those whose hope is in him, to the one who seeks him. Lamentations 3:24-25 Recently, we flew to see the ten foreign missionaries we support in the same country. Most of the missionaries live in dangerous parts of the country, so I was curious about which missionary’s ministry...

In Luke 7, Jesus observed a huge funeral procession in Nain. The entire town was present. He observed the young men and women weeping. He observed the pastors and apostles weeping. He observed the elders weeping. He observed the fathers weeping. He observed the children weeping. He observed the sadness on people's faces. Nothing seemed to move Him, until HE...

As a writer and an artist, the majority of my time is spent thinking creatively, which is basically letting my mind run wild. This works well when I’m in the office or in a songwriting session, but when it comes to everyday life, it can be a bit of a problem. In talking to my friends, I’ve found I’m not...