3 Kingdom Principles to Live by During a Pandemic….or Anytime Really.

How do you respond when tragedy strikes? How do you live when the routines of life have been turned on its head? The way we respond during times of hardship really exposes the cracks in our foundation, does it not? Conditions around us have all been shaken…..home life, worship, education, jobs, shopping, the basics of …

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WoW Voices: Unity in a Christ-based Inter-Denominational Ministry by Amanda Curtis

As Women of the Way, we seek Unity in the Body as we focus on Who unites us rather than What divides us. We are One Body with many parts. We are One Church with many voices. Join me in welcoming missionary, Amanda Curtis, director of the Crossroads Pregnancy Center, as she shares her voice …

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Walking in Your Priestly Ministry Even If It Feels Small

Do you feel your ministry is too small? No matter how big and influential or how specific and unique your ministry is, it’s all equal in importance from God’s perspective. There’s this idea that developed during the Reformation called “the priesthood of the believer” which declared that all believers are considered as priests. In 1 …

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Encouraging Other Churches to Host an Interdenominational Series

We’ve been doing this Women of the Way thing for several years now. The encouragement, that relationships, and the Unity are amazing! It’s high time we inspire others to host their own events! Wouldn’t that be awesome? Here’s a simple ‘how-to’ plan that I shared over at the Creative Little Church. Have you ever considered …

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Learning Not to Take Life for Granted

It all started happening like a series of dominoes falling one right after another. School let out which is my job. Sporting events, concerts, movies, and entertainment closed. Then, businesses of all kinds shut down- restaurants, salons, clothing stores. One right after another…the dominoes just kept falling. Right along with it, fell church gatherings and …

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Discovering What’s Really Essential as Followers of Christ.

There’s been a lot of talk recently on what is essential. Which workers are essential. Which grocery items are essential. Which events are essential. Church services have been considered non essential to reduce the number of large groups from gathering. From the outside looking in, there is much debate whether this is the case or …

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Fulfill Your Calling: One God and Father of All

We’ve been talking about whether your ministry can be sacred or secular. We’ve also been talking about how your ministry is equal from God’s perspective to any other ministry. Now, let’s figure out what is God’s purpose in all this. From before the beginning of time, it was God’s pleasure to invite you into relationship …

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3 Ways Persecuted Christians Shine with Exquisite Faith

As we continue to bring awareness to persecuted Christians all over the world this month, we can look back to 3 Christians in history and what God did through them during their suffering. Out of Intense Suffering, God is Creating Diamonds Deep within the earth something magnificent happens. Far below the surface where there is …

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