Resolution: Media Fast


If you have never done a media fast I highly recommend it. In fact, I recommend it to any Christian I know, with great frequency. And the reason is this: when my husband, after coming across some very informative and mind-blowing research on the topic of Satanism in the entertainment industry, decided …

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How to Politely Speak the Truth

The Christian way of loving one another is very clear in the Bible. What is not so clear is how to be loving while still preaching the Gospel and exposing the truth.  The things I desperately cry out to my loved ones to listen to are not often met with …

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Halloween Harlotry


Among Christian circles this time of year, the memes and discussions on the occult and pagan origins of Halloween and admonishment not to participate in this dark day are flying. As a mother and a Christian I completely agree. But I want to talk about something different that happens on Halloween, because, after …

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Ebola Fear and the “New Normal”


We might all get sick and die of ebola before we get to see any of the prophesy unfold that we’re all so eager to interpret. We might all get thrown into prison for refusing the vaccine. The NWO’s iron fist could come crashing down any day, maybe even as a response to this outbreak. Or the few cases in the US will be contained and people will move on to the next thing to fear, while the epidemic rages on in Africa, moving further and further down in the headlines as Americans get back to their comfortable lives. Whatever happens, bear this in mind always:

“Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.” (Matthew 10:28 KJV)

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A Call to Prayer for Burning Man


It’s that time of year again. Burning Man is happening right now in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. You either love the notorious “art festival” (and don’t ever shut up about it), or you hate it. And, if you’re reading my blog, there’s a good likelihood that you don’t need to be told …

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