Your New Name

Oct 8, 2018

Sometimes we need a new name. God changed the names of some significant people in the Bible:  Abram and Saul and Jacob and Simon, to name a few.  He changed their names because he was setting them in a new direction, changing more than their names. He was changing their attitudes, their priorities, and their characters.  And you know, God probably wants to change our names sometimes, too. Please download the Your New Name sheet to help you remember God’s promises.  Please print it front to back and cut it along the lines so you can memorize the scripture verses easily....

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If It’s Not Light, It’s Not Right!

Sep 23, 2018

If It’s Not Light, It’s Not Right!

Did you know that most people—yes even Christians—are lugging a heavy load of burdens with them all the time: Over their shoulder, on their back, dragging along behind them or trying to carry them. It saps their strength and destroys their joy, and damages their testimony for Christ as they constantly struggle with this these heavy burdens. Picture yourself with that heavy load of burdens and dropping them at the feet of Jesus, and taking instead His burden, which is easy to carry. I encourage you to consciously relinquish your burden to Jesus, and take His in its place. You’ll discover that his yoke is easy and his burden is light. Here’s a good thought to remember: If it’s not light, it’s not right. To help you remember we have created cards that you can print and carry with...

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Wisdom for the Workplace Cards

Jul 30, 2018

Here’s a set of cards for you to print with nuggets of wisdom which you can take to your job, use for yourself, or even give to others as an encouraging word. Print as two-sided document and cut on line for individual cards. For best results use lightweight card-stock. (may take a few minutes to load in)        

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The Seven R’s Bookmark

Feb 1, 2018

Are you in need of some rest today? Are you tired of trying to fight your own battles? Are you weary of losing them? Maybe it’s time you followed Jehoshaphat’s example and release the problem to God, and let him fight the battle for you. You do have to show up; you do have to obey; you do have to march to the battlefield. But you don’t have to fight. It’s God’s fight, not yours. But first you must let go and give him control.  We have prepared a Bookmark with the 7 R’s to help you with What to Do When You Don’t Know What to...

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