Everyone eventually leaves

I have always joked that I am my own worst enemy. I hear a lot of people chime in with agreement of that statement, especially if they are able to get in touch with their emotions. I'm certain that those who have spent years of dissociating, have foundational reasons for covering up their feelings, it …

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Partner with Him first

To pause and rest in Daddy's presence is much different from getting a good night of sleep.  It is slowing my pulse to the tempo of His heart, envisioning Him as my partner, my confidant and most importantly, my true love.  He wipes my eyes of their tears over and over again, even when streams …

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Children Bring it out of Us

Children have a direct connection to Daddy in heaven.  Often times it is our own anxiety and worry that portray the child as being our problem when in reality we have suppressed pain.  In this testimony of working with a 4th grader, I gained insight and spiritual eyesight on a personal subject that God knew …

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Authentically giving a rip about others.

When we walk out of a room others should feel your absence. Bringing the Gospel is about sharing your love relationship with Daddy to others. It need not matter if you are struggling or on a Holy Spirit High, being authentic about your faith in a God who loves you will set others free. I …

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Trouble with the Curve

This two and a half movie clip is about the questions many of us ask when we are abandoned, rejected, misunderstood or confused because of another person's response to us.  Particularly, when adult children address their parents about an issue they grew up questioning, the response is much like what we see in Clint Eastwood's …

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