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Journey Through Consecration

How to Dig a Grave

By On August 12, 2017

“Nancy’s got to die.”…I was praying, and had spoken this to God. I was in a season of consecration and had decided there just wasn’t much to admire or love about the… Read More

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Days of Elijah

By On December 8, 2015

“I have offered this generation of youth the honor of being warriors in this end age.” That was the good news…the bad news…many aren’t ready. And why is that? Why are many of… Read More

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The Holy Wait

By On December 8, 2015

I said to Jesus, “What would I give you for Christmas if I could give you something?” I thought on it, then said, “I would give you a beautiful, cleansed temple.” I… Read More

Journey Through Consecration

Rise Up Oh Army of God: Part 2

By On October 7, 2015

“Lord, cause your army of believers, just like me, who took this truth home with them and were changed and made this a part of them; cause them to rise up and… Read More

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You Snooze You Lose

By On July 30, 2015

“We need to fill our vessels with light.” My pastor’s wife was speaking to the ladies. She gestured to a row of clear plastic cups and I spotted one with my name… Read More

Journey Through Consecration

Swimming With the Devil

By On May 18, 2015

What if I breathe in while I’m under the water?”  That thought might seem strange to you, but it is exactly what I was thinking when I got back in a pool… Read More

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This Little Piggy

By On April 16, 2015

Along with writing Sunday school curriculum, I have written stories to accompany some of my Sunday school lessons. This story was written for the more mature young person. Young Disciples Club: featuring Jack Jack… Read More

Journey Through Consecration

Shoveling Neighbors

By On April 16, 2015

(I wrote this story for my Sunday school class of younger children. It’s meant to be acted out.)    Once upon a time there were two neighbors, Harry and Joe.  Harry loved… Read More

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11th Hour Laborer

By On February 7, 2015

“I’m an 11th hour laborer.” I felt the blood drain from my face as the realization struck me. Now, don’t get me wrong. I had been in Pentecost since early 1977. I had… Read More

Journey Through Consecration

Burden Bearer: Part 2

By On January 28, 2015

“Come!”, the Puerto Rican sister motioned to me, “We have a question for you.” She led me to a waiting group of Puerto Rican singles. I quickly breathed, “Jesus give me Your answer!… Read More

Journey Through Consecration

Crushing of the Rose Pt. 4

By On January 12, 2015

They had their coats on and had been preparing to leave after a lovely visit. She turned to her husband after her surprising announcement, seeking his approval. He gestured for her to… Read More

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Who’s the Boss ?

By On January 12, 2015

I’m known for my love of sitting on my couch at the front window with a good cup of coffee so I can pray and watch my birds, so when I told… Read More