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Author Archives: Cheryl Scanlan
The call came at 6:45 am “There are 3 inches of water in our bedrooms and the water is rising!” The huge retention pond was overflowing into the yards and homes. I ran out the door, no makeup, no fixing my hair to get help! I met my husband and Mike at the duplexes and they
“Walking in obedience in our Promised Land means slaying our giants… even the ones we like to hang with.”
Often times the only thing that needs to change is our perspective, and everything changes. The power that our perspective has on our earthly experience is staggering. Repeatedly throughout the Scriptures, subsequent to the fall of man, people continued to tutor one another in the “way that seems right to a man, but in the
Let’s consider life without prayer. What would cause a person to be prayerless? What happens that would move us to quit praying? What are some of the distractions that crowds prayer out of our lives? Let’s get a little more personal. What have you quit praying about? Are you used to getting what you want?