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MOTHER’S GUILT…

“Behind every great kid is a MOM who’s pretty sure she’s screwing it all up” – Author unknown This quote just about sums up my feelings as a mother. Or at least it used too! From the time our eldest … Continue reading

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DIVORCE HURTS

As a child of divorced parents, I spent many years believing that I was to blame for their divorce. I also blamed God for not answering my prayer to keep my parents together.  It was only as I grew older … Continue reading

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HOW READY ARE YOU?

How ready are you to respond to God when He asks the following question?   “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” (Isaiah 6:8)   Is your immediate response the same as Isaiah’s “Here am I. Send … Continue reading

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ADDICTIONS…a headless chicken

When God begins a spiritual healing work in your life you may often feel like a headless chicken running around.  We receive our healing but it sometimes takes a while for that fact to sink in and become a reality … Continue reading

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Our Father…

May each one of us be the kind of person that when our feet touch the ground in the morning, Satan says “Oh hell, they are up. Take cover!” Prayer and faith go together. You cannot have the one without … Continue reading

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I am safe in His hands

Deuteronomy 32:4 says: “He is the Rock, His works are perfect.” He made me; therefore, I am perfect in His sight just the way I am. I simply have to believe it! One day whilst walking in the mountains I … Continue reading

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PARENTS!! Get up and dance…

What we need to remember as parents is that our children’s negative behaviour/habits do not define who they are and we should not allow those traits to cancel out the overwhelming good in our children. Our children are far more … Continue reading

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