Monthly Archives: March 2018

Learning to be an Intercessor

Over the years I’ve had periods of time that I delved deeply into the Word of God and those times were times of growth. I spent many hours in prayer as well, mostly for my family in those years. Having … Continue reading

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The Burden Heaviest on my Heart

I’m not sure how to approach the topic that has been on my heart as a heavy burden for quite some time. There are a lot of bad things happening in the world. The Holy Spirit told me a year … Continue reading

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Thirty Seven and Counting: A Testimony to the Goodness of God

Today is our 37th wedding anniversary. We certainly didn’t do things in a proper order.  For me, though I had accepted Jesus as Lord when I was in my early teens, I had been a rebellious child of God. I … Continue reading

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Remembrance: Ani Manjikian , Friend and Author

On this Sabbath Day, March 3, 2018, I lost a friend to cancer. We had never met in person but we spend many hours together.  I first met Ani Manjikian after reading and reviewing her first book in 2015. My … Continue reading

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Book Review: White Rose, Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey

It has been awhile since I read and reviewed a book here. I’ve been doing other things and can’t promise I’ll be having regular book reviews again. Although I would like to try and keep up with a couple reviews … Continue reading

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