Corrie ten Boom: Worry

Cornelia Arnolda Johanna “Corrie” ten Boom (April 15, 1892 – April 15, 1983) was Holocaust survivor who started a rehabilitation center for concentration camp survivors as well as a global ministry to preach the power of forgiveness.

America the Beautiful

Oh beautiful for heroes proved In liberating strife Who more than self, their country loved And mercy more than life America, America may God thy gold refine ‘Til all success be nobleness And every gain divined Oh beautiful, for spacious skies For amber waves of grain For purple mountain majesties…

John Haller: A Battlefield

As we spiral closer to the end of all things, we find ourselves on many battlefields. A battlefield for our minds. A battlefield for our morality. A battlefield for our bodily autonomy and choice, and most of all, a battlefield for logic and common sense. In a post-truth society, forces will close in on every side to move us further away from truth and what is right…

John Haller: Fault Lines

Cracks are appearing in our moral foundations. From misguided parents, to radical left leaning teachers’ organizations, to an administration that has no compass to distinguish what is right and what is wrong, we are standing on ground that is unsteady. With each step, we risk falling into a precipice of darkness, caused by a fault line that threatens to open up and swallow us whole.

John Haller: Un-Prez-I-Dent-Ed

There is both anecdotal evidence as well as developing documentation that strange and statistically impossible things happened with the votes in key battleground states and contrary to the mainstream media’s claim, no winner has been declared in this Presidential Election. It will go to the courts, but the question is, will they apply “the law” or simply take a pass?

Wake Up, Strengthen What Remains and Is About to Die

Is the trend of leaving churches directly connected to the spiritual decline of individual Christians? Or is it the other way around? Which came first? It’s the chicken or the egg syndrome and perhaps we will never know. But the truth remains.. the organized church isn’t doing well. Nor is the Christian community at large.

Lauren Daigle – You Say

Recent events in my life have threatened to attack my identity and worth as a person and child of God. This song has been so instrumental in helping me remember and cling to who God says I am and my worth in the eyes of my Savior, who loves me beyond measure.

Cult Programming in Seattle

God made each of us exactly as He decided long before we were conceived in the womb, Psalm 139:16. For that reason, we should honor and respect all people as those who have been uniquely created by God, and in His own image. By this same token, we should never despise, reject or apologize—in terms of ethnicity, race, or gender—for how the Creator of the universe chose to make us for His good pleasure.

Summer Sabbatical

It’s that time again! Time to step back, refocus, and recenter on God, His word, and His direction in my life. Not to mention some long overdue relaxation!

The Amazing Follower Award

Thank you, Racheal for nominating me for the Amazing Follower Award! If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of getting to know Racheal from Racheal’s Novels, now’s your opportunity! Just click here! GUIDELINES Put the award logo on your blog post. Answer the 8 questions asked by the person who nominated you. Also provide a…

Real Neat Blog Award

Thanks so much Lydia @ In His Service and Loving It for nominating me for the Real Neat Blog Award! If you haven’t had a chance to check out her blog you’re missing out.. give her a click and see what I mean! The Rules: 1. Display the blog award logo in your blog.2. Thank…

John Haller Prophecy Update: Decisions, Decisions

John Haller is American Litigation Attorney in Columbus, Ohio; as well as serving in the office of Elder at Fellowship Bible Chapel in Sunbury, Ohio. His weekly Prophecy Updates have been heard by millions since 2013. The skills John employs as an attorney have served him well in his analytical approach to gathering, interpreting, and…