“There is one body and one Spirit,”
...just as you were called to one hope when you were called...
Do you think your words go unheard? Do you get tongue-tied talking with others about Jesus? Do you know that you can reach hundreds, thousands or even more by sharing your faith to one person? It starts with a simple bracelet called, Communicate.
Each Communicate bracelet has a unique number on the inside of the bracelet and the website url, communicatechrist.com. All you have to do is create your profile account and add your Communicate bracelet number. Then, share your faith. Next, pass it on to anyone you share the message of Jesus and tell them to do the same thing. By sharing your faith to one person, you can follow your bracelet from person to person.
Login at anytime and find out where where your bracelet started, where it has been and who has it now. Then, connect with the ones who shared your bracelet and find out about their stories of faith. www.communicatechrist.comRead More
Do you remember being bullied when you were in school? Most of us can remember one girl or two in our lives that made our life miserable. Even though it was a short time, it seemed like it would never end. But it did and we survived it.
You know, bullying has been around for centuries, but in today’s world, our cyber technology has taken it to a whole new level. Teens are getting cyberbullied at the click of a mouse and it’s ruining their lives. Many teens feel that their life isn’t worth living anymore because of this kind of bullying. This is where they need us more than ever. You can be that one person to change the course of her life.
How can it be prevented? How can we as parents and grandparents help our daughters, our granddaughters or any teen girl that we know that might be attacked by a cyberbully?
Here are a few suggestions to help her through this challenging time.
Isaiah 41:10 says: So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
If you are a teen girl reading this, I want you to know that you are loved. You are beautiful. You are worthy. And you are strong. Don’t let anyone make you think otherwise. You are that one girl that God has a plan and a purpose for your life. And it’s going to be awesome!Read More
You walked down a road and came to a fork – one way said “Do you want to please God?” and the other way, “Do you want to trust God?” – which way would you go? The Cure will open your heart to a new way of thinking.Read More
When I decided to read 52 books in 52 weeks, I made the decision to read books that were inspirational and uplifting for me and for others. I try to read the Bible every year. I made that decision five years ago and even though I love studying and reading God’s Word, I wanted to read what He had done in the lives of others. And He is doing amazing things.
Master of the Impossible by Tish Hagee Tucker truly touched my heart. Already knowing a little background about Tish and her battle with cancer, I had no idea the severity of the diagnosis she had been given – a very invasive cancer with a low survival rate. A cancer that makes it nearly impossible for anyone to make it out alive. Her story grabbed me from the start. But I soon realized that, yes, it was her story about her battle, but she quickly turned it to the battles we all face on a daily basis – her’s, mine and yours. And how God is in the midst of our trials – all of them. This story is about you and how God chose Tish to show the world that He is the Master of the Impossible. If you think your battle is too hard to fight. Think again.
Has Tish survived the impossible? Is her battle over? Oh, I can’t give her conclusion away. Read and find out that God is the Master of the Impossible in your own life.Read More
One of my favorite New York Times best-selling authors is Pastor John Hagee. My husband, Ted, has had the honor to work along the side of Pastor for many years in regards to his publishing. I love reading his books because of his love for Israel, God’s chosen children, and how he explains prophecy of the Bible in a style that is easy to understand. Not only does he love Israel, Pastor Hagee has a great love for our country, America. But he doesn’t sugarcoat that we are in moral chaos and God is telling us to turn back to Him.
The Four Blood Moons – Something Is About to Change is my week three book to read. Pastor Hagee introduces the signs, times and the significant events that surround the four blood moons and how they relate to Israel, the Jewish Passovers, the Feasts of Tabernacles and Christian believers. And we are months away from the next set of the four blood moons. This isn’t fiction. This is real. Something is about to change. And we need to be ready!
We live in a world of technology. It surrounds and distracts us on a daily basis. Texting, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Television, Internet, blogging (and here I am blogging) – are just a few of my own distractions. In my own life, these things distract me from my relationship with God. So,I decided to challenge myself by reading 52 books in 52 weeks and shut down and shut off what distracts me from truly living life. Not entirely, but read inspirational books that help me grow with the One who loves me most.
I’ve already read two books this year, The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn and Crazy Love by Francis Chan. I’m sure many of you have already read these two titles. If you haven’t, you should. Both are fast reads and will impact your life.
The Harbinger is written as a fiction story, but based on true biblical prophesies, times of the Bible that parallel with our times in today’s world, and the future of America. It’s truly a “wake-up” book for all of us and it’s time to make changes in America. It’s time to put God back in our lives.
Crazy Love. I loved this book. Being an author and being married to a man who has been in the Christian publishing world for over 35 years, I can’t believe I haven’t read this book before now. I’ve heard many friends talk about it, so I made it my second choice. But it’s a number one book! God is calling all of us to have a passionate love relationship with Him. He doesn’t want lukewarm. He wants all of you. And once you embrace His love, your life will never be the same.
Week Three. Stay tuned.
I’ve had many conversations and have prayed with women whose hearts are broken over lukewarm, superficial relationships with their grown children. Every mother’s heart longs to have a meaningful, loving bond with their sons and daughters. We love our children unconditionally. We give and bless them with many gifts. So why isn’t that enough?
I wonder if God feels the same way about us? We are His children. We are His heart. He longs to have a meaningful, loving bond with us. He showers us with unconditional love, gives and blesses us with many gifts and longs to be one with us. And what do we do? We let our busy schedules and life challenges get in the way. We maintain a lukewarm, superficial relationship with Him. We call on Him only when we need Him. Sound familiar?
Take time to turn off your lukewarm relationship with the One who loves you most and embrace His love that can heal the brokenness in all relationships. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these. Mark 12:30-31. Seek Him first and let Him do the rest.