Just the Facts

The world reminds us to focus on the facts. What are the facts about your current situation? Maybe the fact is, you have lost your job and are in financial distress. Perhaps, you have serious health problems with a hopeless...
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The Key to Experiencing Joy

What does experiencing joy look like for you? For as long as I can remember, gratitude has been a part of my life. Expressing gratitude comes naturally because of my name, Temitope, which means this is enough to thank God....
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Identity Theft

Why is it that thieves don’t break into an old run-down vehicle parked on the street? Thieves target vehicles in good condition because they probably contain more valuables. In the same way, as valuable children of God, we are prime targets...
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Serving One Another

During a mission trip to Ethiopia that I experienced a customary “feet washing.” Though my Ethiopian hosts did not have much materially, they were rich spiritually. They expressed love for me through their actions. Would you like to learn how...
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Confident Hope

Friends, thanks for hanging out with me during this series on “Stories of Hope” which featured posts from friends, [some of whom are sisters, mothers, grandmothers], and their experiences of Hope. Carol’s post on ‘Confident Hope’ marks the end of...
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Ministering to Others

Have you experienced a time when you needed a friend to listen? Recently, a friend shared about how another friend tried to fix her problem by quoting scriptures. Many times, when a friend in trouble reaches out, our first instinct...
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Stories of Hope: From Mud to Singing a New Song

 “Stories of Hope” features posts from friends, some of whom are sisters, mothers, grandmothers, and their experience with Hope. If you have ever doubted God’s love for you, I invite you to join my friend Sarah as she shares her...
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Stories of Hope: Propelling Hope

This is the latest post in our series, “Stories of Hope” featuring friends, some of whom are sisters, mothers, grandmothers, and their experience with Hope. Do you need hope? Join my friend Miriam as she shares her experience of hope...
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God Will Provide

What comes to mind when you think of a cow? Let me guess. You are probably thinking, milk, cheese, butter, meat, and perhaps a reliable source of income for the cattle farmer.  We often view God similarly, as a “cash-cow”...
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