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Entering Into Death’s Shadow Valley is Dr. Matthew Lee Smith’s journey through the horrific process of losing his life-partner, Melodee Joy. It is meant to help others who enter this treacherous and often perilous path.
These books will help guide your daily Bible reading with insights into each passage you read.
Hope Enabler is the real-life story of one Christian parent’s struggle with a runaway child and the hope that God enabled her to have during the darkest moments of that struggle.
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I’m Dr. Matthew Lee Smith and I want to share some Hope For Todayto encourage you to choose faith not fear, no matter what your situation looks like! Hope For Today is a part of the ministry of Eagles … Continue reading
I’m Dr. Matthew Lee Smith and I want to share some Hope For Today to remind us that our community is such a HUGE mission field! Hope For Today is a part of the ministry of Eagles In Leadership. If you … Continue reading
In the midst of our darkest hours, God is our light! In this message of encouragement and inspiration, Dr. Smith shares his own story of pain and loss through the death of his beloved wife, Melodee. As he turns our hearts … Continue reading
I am looking forward to sharing with you the three “shifts” I am making to enjoy the abundant life in 2018. Taking stories from my current journey I want to show you how God desires to bring about an … Continue reading
Have you noticed how many times you have witnessed a divided church, a divided family, a divided workplace? Jesus tells us that there are only TWO bleak futures for such a group … “However, knowing what they were thinking, … Continue reading
It’s Easter and, if we were honest, had it not been for the resurrection of Jesus, we would most likely have never met like this. I’m Dr. Matthew Lee Smith and I want to share some Hope For Today announcing … Continue reading
Thoughts from Exodus 11:4-6,9 (ESV) The hard-heartedness of Pharaoh ultimately ended in grievous sorrow and widespread death. This is so often the case, though not on the scale of Pharaoh’s Egypt. When the battle between the proud and the Lord … Continue reading