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6 Ways to Start and Maintain a Daily Christian Meditation Practice

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 24, 2015 0 Comments
6 Ways to Start and Maintain a Daily Christian Meditation Practice

By Rhonda Jones Meditation plays a very important role in the spiritual growth of a Christian. The meaning of meditation is focusing your thoughts to think on, ponder or muse about something. The main aim of meditation for Christians is to empty the mind of the bad things and fill it with what is right […]

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Don’t Make These 5 Christian Meditation Mistakes

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 18, 2015 0 Comments
Don’t Make These 5 Christian Meditation Mistakes

by Rhonda Jones There are a lot of different methods that Christians employ when they attempt meditation, just like there are a lot of different little ways that different people manage their relationship with the Lord. As loving and accepting as we are, we might be prone to saying things like, “There’s no wrong way […]

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8 Christian Meditation Tips for Busy Mothers

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 11, 2015 0 Comments
8 Christian Meditation Tips for Busy Mothers

by Rhonda Jones Motherhood is not easy, and at times it feels like the to-do-list just keeps on getting longer every single day – making it difficult for us to experience true joy and peace that can be found in God, our children as well as the Gospel. “A mother’s work is unending”, the old […]

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Christian Meditation for Rookies

Filed in Christian Meditation by on April 27, 2015 0 Comments
Christian Meditation for Rookies

Feeling like a Christian meditation rookie? Well, in addition to being good for your body, meditation is an great way to relieve stress, find peace, and grow closer to God. But many of us don’t exactly have the patience of a saint, and if you’ve never meditated before, it can seem scary and hard to grasp. […]

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A Divine Call to Meditate: The Practice of Biblical Meditation

Filed in Christian Meditation by on April 22, 2015 0 Comments
A Divine Call to Meditate: The Practice of Biblical Meditation

Guest Post: Manuel Vargas The Divine Call to Meditate (Joshua 1:1-9) God challenged Joshua to Meditate on the Law day and night. (Josh. 1:8) God gave Joshua the key to prosperity and success in his calling and career as an effective leader just by simply meditating on His Law (Word). It’s amazing how some so […]

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Making Biblical Meditation a Way of Life

Filed in Christian Meditation by on January 31, 2016 0 Comments
Making Biblical Meditation a Way of Life

 In today’s culture, the new age idea of mindfulness has permeated the collective consciousness in a way that has disturbed some Christians. Due to the popularization of Buddhist or pagan ideals, many of those of us who worship the Lord find ourselves cringing away from words such as ‘meditation’ and ‘mindfulness,’ because to us, these […]

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Entering Into God’s Rest: Keeping the Sabbath

Filed in Christian Living by on January 26, 2016 0 Comments
Entering Into God’s Rest: Keeping the Sabbath

 “There remains, then, a Sabbath-rest for the people of God.” – Hebrews 4:9 While it is true that maintaining a strong, healthy relationship with the Lord requires a lot of work, it also necessitates periods of rest and reflection. The Sabbath is the day which our Lord and Savior has set aside specifically for rest […]

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Is Compromise Tainting Your Walk with the Lord?

Filed in Christian Living by on December 3, 2015 0 Comments
Is Compromise Tainting Your Walk with the Lord?

by Donna Kazenske  What does the word “compromise” mean to you when we are referring to our Christian beliefs and Christian living? Did Jesus ever compromise the true gospel message in order to be accepted by those to whom He ministered or was He always challenging people to come up to a higher standard of […]

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Making Loneliness Count

Filed in Christian Living by on December 3, 2015 1 Comment
Making Loneliness Count

Guest Writer:  Taylor Cummings   Psalm 126:5-6, “Those who plant in tears will harvest with shouts of joy. They weep as they go to plant their seed, but they sing as they return with the harvest.” Have you ever been lonely? Perhaps you’re there now, and maybe it’s left you discouraged. If so, you’ve come to the […]

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Achieving and Keeping a Right Mind-Set

Achieving and Keeping a Right Mind-Set

Guest Writer: Stephanie Reck   This is not an article on how to teach you how to think positive as secular psychologists or as new age thinking would, but how to keep a right mind-set through the truth in the Word of God. So many Christians are living pessimistic, defeated, and negative lives. God wants us […]

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Transformation and Healing – God’s Way

Filed in Spiritual Warfare by on October 29, 2015 0 Comments
Transformation and Healing – God’s Way

By Rhonda Jones Just recently, the pastor and a few dozen members of the church I attend went to the annual Transformation Conference in the San Jose, California area, and they came back fired up and passionate about reaching the community with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  During the message the pastor shared that he’s […]

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5 Steps to Greater Intimacy with God

Filed in Christian Living by on October 15, 2015 0 Comments
5 Steps to Greater Intimacy with God

Guest Writer: Segun Olumid 1. SET A TIME TO BE ALONE WITH GOD DAILY In Mark 1:35, the Scripture says, “Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, JESUS GOT UP, LEFT THE HOUSE and WENT OFF TO A SOLITARY PLACE, where HE PRAYED.” I believe the Lord Jesus had the good habit of […]

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7 Things to do When You are Disappointed

Filed in Christian Living by on October 6, 2015 0 Comments
7 Things to do When You are Disappointed

Guest writer: Stephanie Reck  A relationship does not work out, a job does not go through, or your prodigal child that you have been praying for does not seem to leave their rebellious life. We all have experienced times of disappointment, and it is a normal part of life. What is important to know is […]

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The Day of the Lord is at Hand (Video) featuring Benjamin Baruch

Filed in Christian Living by on September 7, 2015 1 Comment
The Day of the Lord is at Hand (Video) featuring Benjamin Baruch

(Excerpt taken from Lyn Leahz) In 1996, Author Benjamin Baruch was taken by God to see the end of the United States of America, and witnessed things that were downright chilling to the bone, including concentration camps, martial law, and more! He was also shown September 11, 2001 before it happened! Wait until you hear […]

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Are Christians Guilty of Idol Worship?

Filed in Christian Living by on August 31, 2015 0 Comments
Are Christians Guilty of Idol Worship?

Twenty-first century Christians are more than aware of certain sins that run rampant in modern society– from blasphemy to adultery all the way to simply lying, we see the places where even those of us who follow God fall short on a day-to-day basis. But one of the less often-discussed sins is idolatry. I know […]

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How to Prepare for Jesus Return

Filed in Christian Living by on August 24, 2015 0 Comments
How to Prepare for Jesus Return

God warned us in the Bible not to let the day of Jesus Christ’s return to Earth catch us by surprise. Today’s world is busy, and the flashing lights of the twenty first century are incredibly distracting, but as the clock ticks and Jesus’s return fast approaches, it’s vital to spend your time and energy […]

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Put Off and Put On Prayer to Release Toxic Emotions

Filed in Christian Living by on August 13, 2015 0 Comments
Put Off and Put On Prayer to Release Toxic Emotions

by Rhonda Jones This week at Bible Study we watched this powerful video by Sid Roth with his guest Jim Richards. In the video, Richards shares his salvation testimony as well has his jaded past. As a scientist and Bible scholar, Richard’s learned that our bodies hold unto emotions at a cellular level and if […]

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Why Do So Many Christians Fear Intimacy with God? ( Video Teaching)

Why Do So Many Christians Fear Intimacy with God? ( Video Teaching)

I recently discovered a youtube channel called Still Small Voice that I absolutely love. Claire and her husband Ekeziel who host the channel are like modern day Jesus Callings saints. Each day she uploads an inspired word from the Lord.  In addition, she also has a variety of teachings that are biblically sound and excellent […]

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Satan and the Spirit of Distraction in the End Times

Filed in Spiritual Warfare by on July 29, 2015 4 Comments
Satan and the Spirit of Distraction in the End Times

The Spirit of Distraction. Distract, divide, conquer. When it comes to distraction, Satan is a master– it’s the most sly and least expected tool in his arsenal, the perfect bait to lure Christians from the Lord’s Flock.  As we grow closer and closer to the End Times, distractions become more and more prevalent in our […]

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Keep Your Eyes on Jesus

Filed in Christian Living by on July 22, 2015 1 Comment
Keep Your Eyes on Jesus

by Guest Writer Kenya Branch There are several theories about what will be happening in our country and on our planet. I believe that whatever happens, the gospel of Jesus, the Christ, is good news and life is so short that it won’t be long before we are in the presence of Jesus, face to […]

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