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Does Art Matter?

August 17, 2018
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“Use your gifts for the Kingdom.” “God gave you talents so that you can glorify Him with them.” “Let the Lord use your talents for His purposes.” Since I was little, I have heard statements like these and wondered, “How?” You see, I am an artist. I paint, draw, sketch…and I know that it is…

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Do You Have a POOR Mindset?

August 10, 2018
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Before I begin this topic I want to say; this is from experience and is not from a place of condemnation or annoyance. My desire is that people would live in the knowledge of God as their Father who loves giving good gifts, and an understanding that everything belongs to Him. 1. Do you feel…

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True Success In Planning

May 11, 2018
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In a World that expects success and scorns the idle, planning remains key. Life seems too short to let your dreams and aspirations be left to chance or faith. Right? Why not just plan it all out so that you know those things will come to pass? That leaves little doubt as to why you…

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Do You Know the Father’s Delight?

March 30, 2018
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The Father’s pleasure is so important: to know, to understand and to receive. Yet few of us live from it. We walk in the lie that we have to work for God to love us and enjoy us. We strive for His approval. There is something you’re missing if that’s what you think! The Bible…

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Is Rest Really That Important?

March 23, 2018
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Over the past few weeks, God has been speaking to me about a vital command that I believe changes everything about our walk with Him (this is a pretty high claim, so just bear with me on this). I also believe that in our American culture, Christians have pushed this command to the side or completely ignored…

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