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  • Feeling weak, overwhelmed?

    Do you ever feel weak and overwhelmed? At times I sure do. Life can truly be tough, but life is just that – life. As children of the Most High God, we have His promises to take the weakness and overwhelming from us and put His strength and His stability in us. We need to stand on His promises to do that. Try it! It works for me every time, and I know it will work for you!

  • Choose bold faith and demolish your doubts!

    In Acts 27 (AMP), there’s a great story about the apostle Paul. He was travelling by ship with some people when “a violent wind...[a northeaster, a tempestuous windstorm like a typhoon], came rushing down from the island” (v. 14). For days they were caught in the storm, and at one point it was so fierce, they were “violently tossed about by the storm” (v. 18) and had to throw the ship’s equipment overboard. They ended up without food, hungry, stranded – seemingly without hope.

  • Take authority!

    I know many people, including myself, who have children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren that have stopped serving the Lord or have never served the Lord, and their lives are a mess. I fervently say, we must never stop praying, trusting and believing God for them.

  • The danger of complaining

    Complaining is dangerous business. It can damage or even destroy your relationship with God, your relationships with other people, and even your relationship with yourself.

  • NRB calls for lay investigation of all sexual abuse claims

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The body charged with advising the U.S. bishops on sexual abuse prevention has called for an independent lay-led investigation into all allegations of sexual misconduct in the Catholic Church and for revisions of the Dallas Charter.

  • How the right words can make all the difference

    Words are wonderful when they are used in a good way. They can encourage, edify and give confidence to the hearer. A right word spoken at the right time can actually be life-changing (Proverbs 15:23).

  • Baus on joy

    Think for a minute about what brings you the most joy or gladness.

  • Managing anger so it doesn’t manage you

    When we attended the 10-year anniversary celebration of Mercy Multiplied in the St. Louis, Missouri area, one of the young ladies who graduated from the program shared an eye-opening testimony. She said that her father committed suicide when she was a teenager and the pain of that situation led her to start drinking and taking drugs. When she realized her life was falling apart, she went to Mercy Multiplied for help.

  • The ultimate way to beat stress

    If you’ve been alive in this world very long, you know there are different kinds of stress that can affect our lives. There’s nutritional stress, relationship stress, financial stress, and the list goes on and on.

  • Reader writes

    Dear Judy, I need help to understand how well-meaning Christians can mix the Bible up with so many different beliefs? I read the Bible and I believe the Bible, but some of my friends read other kinds of books and they are confused. Like the New Age stuff, and views on gender and sexual orientation…I get confused too when I try to read the stuff they’re reading! Help!

  • Stress Management 101

    It seems that stress is the disease of the century. Products and programs to manage stress are a multi billion-dollar business, whether the “cure” is medicine, counseling, books, seminars or classes. But I’ve discovered that God’s way of managing stress is the most effective way to live.

  • Which gates are you opening?

    Life is a journey and every day I understand more clearly that on our Journey we have a choice as to which path we are going to take to complete it. The Bible clearly shows us the two paths set before every person. We need to be shown what the path of life is. You will show me the path of life; In Your presence is fullness of joy; At Your right hand are pleasures forevermore (Psalm 16:11).

  • Melanie Stoll blog: July 19 — My biggest fear

    Ten months ago I was sitting in an airport in New York not having any idea what kind of crazy journey I was about to embark on. I didn’t have pre-travel jitters, or really any kind of nervous feelings.

  • Make God’s plans your reality

    As believers in Jesus Christ, we are joint heirs with Him.

  • Baus discusses facing battles

    We want to pray for our military soldiers who are in physical combat with the enemy each day. We too face battles every day, but most likely, our battles are not related to physical combat, but to spiritual warfare.

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