Tuesday, January 23, 2018

And On the Third Day in Hell …

Tweet by Mary Ellen Shedron Even in my strangest dreams, I never envisioned myself alive or dead in Hell.  Yet in waking life, a most bizarre 72-hour nightmare thrust me straight into Hades’ utter blackness.  In the nightmare’s throes, I lost sight of the God who never forsakes. In the end, He made good on more »

A Rhyme In God’s Time

April 24, 2013 by  
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Tweet by Randy Dutton   Poetry first reached out to me in high school when I found myself  penning  “situational” five-line limericks, yielding entertainment and laughs.  A creative writing class honed my skills and from that point on, I learned using poetry for birthdays, holidays and other special occasions was an effective way to reach more »

God + Facebook = Forgiveness

Tweet   by Mary Ellen Shedron   If I believed in coincidence, it could easily explain the timing of my editing a story about forgiveness submitted to www.JournEzine.com and then within a couple hours, receiving a Facebook message from a long-ago classmate who left me with a bitter remembrance.  The timing definitely was NOT coincidence more »

Isaiah’s Testimony

April 4, 2013 by  
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Tweet   Isaiah is different. At 11 years old, he has the development of a 5-month-old baby.  He doesn’t speak, walk, crawl, or even sit up.  He’s fed through a tube in his stomach.  However, he breathes on his own, he loves to be held, enjoys being loved on and tickled, and he will smile more »

Foreclosure, Futility and Faith: A Family’s Journey With God

February 21, 2013 by  
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Tweet   by Amy Wenger You know your life is about to become more complicated and your world far more complex, when your husband brings home a paycheck of $66. For a week’s wages.  To provide for a family of five. And that, my friends, was the moment that marked the beginning of our cataclysmic journey, oftentimes punctuated more »

The Robin’s Blood

January 27, 2013 by  
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Tweet by Mary Ellen Shedron Mark Hall’s lyrical voice stuck on ‘repeat play’ in my head. “… I start the day, the war begins. Endless reminding of my sin. And time and time again, your truth is drowned out by the storm I’m in. “… I can’t live by what I feel about the truth more »

Seeking God’s 20/20 Vision

January 23, 2013 by  
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Tweet by Donna Rogers I have never been to Africa, but in early January (2013), I felt as though I had been. I was at a church listening to a woman trained in prophetic ministry talk about her journey, from where she had been to where God has taken her:  To start a Christian school more »

Cancer Grows Cradle-Catholic’s Faith

January 19, 2013 by  
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Tweet     by Anne Borrelli Good Friday was a day I planned on attending noon services at our church, not having a breast biopsy.  Prayer was definitely in my heart and mind, asking God to help me into whatever was to happen. The following Monday, my family doctor, (a member of our church),  gave more »

Making it Through the Storm (For Real)

January 15, 2013 by  
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Tweet by Donna Rogers The story about Jesus sleeping on the boat during a storm (Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:36-41 and Luke 8:22-25) is well known.  There is even a song about it (“Peace, Be Still”).  But do we really study the Scriptures to know what the story means? I did during a real storm.  A more »

‘You Don’t Know My Wife’

January 13, 2013 by  
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Tweet ‘You Don’t Know My Wife’ by Merrie Chapman I am a woman of God who has been shown time and time again the awesome love of God through many trials and tribulations. He saw my husband and I through 8 1/2 years of infertility.  He blessed us with beautiful twin sons and now He more »

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