Month: July 2017

Guest Blog: Going From Glory To Glory In The Word Of God by Ivonne Sherman

When we first start out on the journey of faith, we are like a baby. We don’t know much and we have a very limited experience of God, if any at all. If we don’t choose to expand our faith, we stay the same and possibly even digress back into unbelief. When we choose to

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Why I wouldn’t have married Me

Recently, during a women’s night of fellowship, a single friend of mine brought up an interesting confession. We were there to dive into Christine Caine’s home study DVD series “Unashamed” and during our sharing time, my sweet friend confessed something I found to be a little shocking but not so surprising. She told our little

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Revealing the “Painted Devil”: Why the movie “The Beguiled” is more than mere entertainment

The Lady of the Kingdoms brags, “No one sees me” (Isaiah 47:10) Sofia Coppola’s 2017 film The Beguiled is exposing some pretty high-profile names in Hollywood, though I doubt they are the kinds of names you are familiar with. Set in the backdrop of the American Civil War in 1863, Thomas Cullinan’s novel The Beguiled

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You may be free, but are you Standing Free?

July marks not only the beginning of summer but also the midpoint of the year. It’s the month for reflecting on what has been and what is yet to come, and perhaps even being a little grateful for all that never was nor ever will be. I’ve found throughout my journey that the greatest acknowledgement

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