Remembering Mandy Kelly from Worshipful Living

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Tuesday, March 21, started like any other day around our house. I got the kids off to school and came home to do some work. ¬†Around 9:30 a member of our Facebook Mastermind Group (a group of about 10 Christian women bloggers that support one another through blogging and life) posted that she'd seen some chatter on Mandy's Facebook profile and wanted to see how we could pray for … [Read more...]

Normalizing Sin

Normalizing sin. This is the #1 problem in our church/culture today, if you want to boil it down to a simple answer. We have normalized sin. We have made it okay. We had looked at the evil, the ugliness, the nastiness, the separation from God, and said, "Sure. I'm good with that." I believe one of the primary drives behind this is our entertainment choices. I studied … [Read more...]

Learning to be Thankful in All Circumstances

Being thankful is a learning process. The secret to being thankful in any circumstance is to rejoice in the Lord, always!

Learning to be thankful in all circumstances? Why do we need to learn to be thankful? Shouldn't thankfulness be as natural to us as breathing? I believe thankfulness comes from a heart that knows and loves God. I know God and I love God but I am not always thankful. How about you? This I am learning, God puts us in places tailor made just for you and just for me to teach us … [Read more...]

Homosexuality Should Not Polarize the Church

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My husband and I have been married for almost 10 years. I am a work-at-home-mom to two precious girls that the Lord blessed us with through the gift of adoption. He is a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Student Pastor at a local Southern Baptist church here in South Metro Atlanta. We Believe The Bible is inerrant and infallible. Homosexuality … [Read more...]

What Blessings Do We Have in Christ?

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What blessings do we have in Christ? There are certain blessings that all regenerate believers have in the spiritual realm. I'm part of a Facebook group that was just discussing how misused or misunderstood the words "anointed," "favor," and "blessings" are today. I think so many times we tend to think of blessings as immediate, physical, carnal, or temporal (in the here and … [Read more...]