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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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“Joshua son of Nun secretly sent two men as spies from the Acacia Grove, saying, “Go and scout the land, especially Jericho.” So they left, and they came to the house of a prostitute named Rahab, and stayed there.” (Joshua … Continue reading
2020 has been a very hard year for many. In our ministry one of our staff members husband passed away from Covid 19 in April . Because of the lockdown many people have lost their jobs and many businesses … Continue reading
Bad advice. We’ve all taken it and we’ve all suffered from it. It seems like everyone has a plan for our lives, and many people are working very hard to make sure we do not succeed in 2020! Hi there, … Continue reading
“This is why a man leaves his father and mother and bonds with his wife, and they become one flesh.” (Genesis 2:24, CSB) They become one flesh. Unity is essential to magnificent marriages. Division leads to disaster. Only … Continue reading
Some thoughts from Exodus 8:18-19 (ESV) The hard-heartedness of Pharaoh refused to listen to his innermost circle of trusted advisors despite their unified agreement. As we have already stated, pride creates deafness. Everyone else is wrong. I am the only one … Continue reading
Feel free to forward this to a friend! “Actions are fruits; words are but leaves.” ~ English Proverb We are continuing to watch Jesus answer an important question: “How do we, as Eagle Leaders, separate the sincere from the insincere?” … Continue reading