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💕 ☆☆☆ ANNABELLE: A Ghostly Texas Tale 💕 ☆☆☆

Woohoo! It’s Brand New, Gorgeous & Available to give in time for Christmas! (Thanks to Disney artist Scott Seeto & Yvonne Parks of Pear Creative for ANNABELLE’S A-Mazing cover.) Hats off to Disney Artist Scott Seeto & Yvonne Parks of Pear Creative for ANNABELLE’S Gorgeous cover! A once-grand house, neglected…

An Encouraging Word From Our Heavenly Father

Seems pretty cheeky to say one can hear from God and even cheekier to share it with others. But if there’s a chance of this soothing hearts and encouraging us to trust God when we’re discouraged, then I’m sharing. Feel free to pass this on if it resonates with you….

Web or Net?

The Internet. The World Wide Web. Digital Streaming. Our modern world is a flood of information, into every household with a power source, into every hand with a mobile phone, and most of that flood is divisive, fear-filled, degrading, addictive filth that appeals to the very basest of human inclinations…

3 Tips for Powerful Prayers

About ten years ago our family was wading through some of the most trying, exhausting circumstances of our lives. One of our kids was going through a very painful era and, to help him in the only way possible at the time, we began homeschooling. Now I felt like I was trapped with a lion in a cage every day without even the break of packing him off to school for a few hours. The accusing voice in my head was relentless. “Chana, you have TWO important jobs, that of wife and mom. You’re failing at both.

Holy Is His Name

From: Images for Holiness: http://alturl.com/kx8e8Holy. That description can only apply to One. God is Holy. There is not even a shadow of a hint of sin or fear or despair or sickness or bitterness or unforgiveness in Him. Not. One. Drop. Therefore, the more we immerse ourselves in Him, the…

The Cross Through Jesus’ Eyes

Recently, to honor the passing of one of our favorite actors, my family viewed the incredible movie Dead Poet’s Society. In one iconic scene, Robin Williams, as the eccentric Professor Keating, tells his students that he steps up on his desk to “remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way.”