Monthly Archives: May 2013

Serving Our Enemies in Prayer: Psalm 46 – Ephesians 6:10-20, Fighting in the ‘Most High’ Battlespace

  “So we find ourselves caught in a messed up world.  The problem is with man himself and man’s soul.  We haven’t learned how to be Just and Honest and Kind and True and Loving.  That is the basis of … Continue reading

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Mother a Hymn, Mother an Album – The Blood and the Breathe: Songs That Tell the Story of Redemption

Mother’s Day is today, Sunday, May 12th.  If this brings a sinking feeling to your stomach, take solace, we’ve all been there (or will be there).  Fear not! There is redemption for your forgetfulness.  Remember, your mother’s nurture and care … Continue reading

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