Day breaks and as my feet hit the floor I’m running; both physically and mentally. I have things to do, places to go, people to see… don’t we all? I’m rapidly planning out my day even before my morning cup of coffee. This is not necessarily a bad thing because I typically get a lot […]Read More
I came to know Jesus as my Lord and Savior at the age of ten. What’s even better is that I’ve had the privilege of living my life for Him ever since! If you do not know Jesus on a personal level and would like to meet Him, keep reading. When God made man, he […]Read More
I look forward to my daily walks; squeezing them in, even when I’m busy. Beyond the physical benefits of a healthy heart and a strong body, there are the mental and emotional advantages, as well. It’s a time for me to breathe deeply, unwind, pray, worship, and to think about my next creative project. Near […]Read More
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Arleen Jennings came to speak at our Ladies Tea in March. Many of the women present were in the midst of reading her book on creativity. We were all blessed by the words that she shared with us that night on how we were made to be creative and the need to practice our creativity. Several times throughout her talk I could feel that it wasn’t Arleen speaking but the Spirit of God through her. The message was exactly what we needed to hear and met us on a personal level right where we are at. Arleen would tell stories of her journey to creativity that were very touching and I appreciated the way she was willing to take the risk and reveal her heart to us. We all were ministered to that night.
Emily ~ Fillmore Wesleyan Church
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