The God Who Sees You and Me

Someone recently posted on my Facebook page: “I have been alone all my life. Since I have been alone, the only tribe I have is Jesus. He is there for me when no one else is.” While the loneliness in this comment is piercing, there is also much truth in it. We all know what…

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My Private Times With God

When the Lord wants to get my attention, he wakes me up at 4:32 in the morning. Not 4:30 or 4:45 or 5 a.m., but 4:32 exactly. It’s like a special signal I’ve come to recognize because it’s so unique. I’ll be in a deep sleep, but my eyes will suddenly fly open, I’ll be…

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The Promise of Breakthrough

Planning, shaping, pressing in, waiting, and holding firm to a vision can be hard, even exhausting, as the weeks turn into months, and months into years. Think of Sarah and Abraham who had to wait 25 years for the promise of a son to be fulfilled. When my husband had cancer and was undergoing treatments,…

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The Healed, Healthy and Whole Kitchen: Breakfast Power Punch

This delicious morning drink that’s full of protein, vitamins and flavor will give you lots of energy and nutrients to start the day. In a blender, mix the following ingredients. INGREDIENTS 3/4 cup of unsweetened almond milk 1/2 cup of unsweetened organic cranberry juice Full scoop of protein powder (powdered pea protein or veggie protein…

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The Coffee Detox

A major study done by the Royal Society of Medicine found that an unhealthy large intestine (that is, the colon) is the underlying cause for 85 percent of all human disease and illness, including cancer! The U.S. Health Service also reports that 90 percent of Americans live with dysfunctional, choked colons. That means we all…

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Beating Cancer and Staying Cancer-free.

A year and a half ago, my husband was declared healed from bladder cancer. It was a long road, but we did it! Periodic check-ups are now a part of his life, and recently, he had his third exam. These are always scary because nobody wants to get bad news—especially about cancer.

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10 Tips for Coping in Times of Crisis

The diagnosis of “cancer” can strike terror in our hearts. This fear can cloud our thinking; make us sick from worry, lead to depression, and even despair. All these compromise our capacity for wise decision-making, block our ability to hear God, and lead us to make choices we may later regret.

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