Remember the Lonely

Remember the Lonely

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This morning, I ran across a docudrama about the life of Vincent Van Gogh as recounted through personal letters he wrote to his brother. Van Gogh has always been my favorite of the great art masters. From my first viewing of “The Starry Night” I have been captivated by Van Gogh’s use of color, the […]

Chosen, Not Cast Off

Chosen, Not Cast Off

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Yesterday was a bad day. The kind of day in which every negative part of my humanity wants to flare up and lash out with impunity. The kind of day in which my “Inner Ninja” demands the chance to bring a hurt down on someone. Eye for eye justice. Warrior Princess time with a “hell […]

We Are Never Alone

We Are Never Alone

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Over the past few years, as I’ve shared my testimony and what I’ve learned about spiritual warfare from my own experiences or that of others, what I’ve discovered is how intimidated or ill-equipped many Christians feel when thinking about the topic. Many people have told me of how they feel as if they should learn more […]

Counting the Blessings

Counting the Blessings

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This has been an eventful week. My father, whom I’ve not seen in two years, came into town for a visit with the family. My oldest girlchild celebrated her twenty-fourth birthday. The first “hot off the presses” copies on my new book, An Insider’s Guide to Spiritual Warfare, arrived at my door to my delighted […]

DVD Review: Holy Ghost

DVD Review: Holy Ghost

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There is a series of Christian documentaries from a production company called Wanderlust Productions with the goal of "making God famous" one film at a time. Personally, I do not believe HE needs the help, but these films (all filmed/produced by Darren Wilson) are powerful and uplifting to Christians with a clear evangelistic bent. The previous […]

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