The time of accountability. What a confusing time in life when one is saying goodbye to childhood and embracing the blessings of becoming an adult. As we live and experience

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People are often surprised that my teenage marriage has been so long lasting. Six children and 20 grandchildren later it’s not uncommon to be asked “O.K. what’s the secret?”. I’ve

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I have often been asked if there have been any authors who have influenced me in writing my own memoir, Just a Little Girl. I have to say the authors

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I hear many people, Jews and Christians alike, calling the festivals and assemblies of Leviticus 23 “Jewish Holidays.” And while I agree it is the Jews who reverently honor these

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As we see the details of Yeshua’s prophetic Words of Matthew 24 begin to manifest before our very eyes in global events and become evident within the world of Christianity,

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1 Corinthians chapter 11:23-25 “What a lovely building,” I said, as my husband and I drove by the cute little Victorian-era church in our new neighborhood of Kingwood, Texas during

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Ironically, many a Christian has taken the parable of the judgmental Pharisee as a reason to judge the judgmental Pharisee. Also, to some who were relying on their own righteousness

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The story of Esther depicts one of the many scenarios of an ongoing controversy; a controversy that will eventually be settled in God’s time—not ours. The age-old controversy is based

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The Hebrew language is deep! Even within its letters are multi-dimensional, idiomatic and dee layers of meaning. Hebrew words, unlike English or any other language, has four levels of meaning.

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