EMPOWERING CHRISTIAN WOMEN: November 2008 Blogger Widgets

Five Ways God Uses Problems

Saturday, November 29, 2008

The problems you face will either defeat you or develop you – depending on how you respond to them. Unfortunately, most people fail to see how God wants to use problems for good in their lives. They react foolishly and resent their problems rather than pausing to consider what benefit they might bring.

Here are 5 ways God wants to use the problems
in your life:

1. God uses problems to DIRECT you.

Sometimes God must light a fire under you to get you moving. Problems often point us in a new direction and motivate us to change. Is God trying to get your attention?

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart; and lean not unto your own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths." – Proverbs 3:5-6

2. God uses problems to INSPECT you.

People are like tea bags... if you want to know what's inside them, just drop them into hot ever water! Has God tested your faith with a problem? What do problems reveal about you?

"When you have many kinds of troubles, you should be full of joy, because you know that these troubles test your faith, and this will give you patience." – James 1:2-3

3. God uses problems to CORRECT you.

Some lessons we learn only through pain and failure. It's likely that as a child your parents told you not to touch a hot stove. But you probably learned by being burned. Sometimes we only learn the value of something by losing it.

"It is good for me that I have been afflicted; that I might learn thy statutes." – Psalm 119:72

4. God uses problems to PROTECT you.

A problem can be a blessing in disguise if it prevents you from being harmed by something more serious. Last year a friend was fired for refusing to do something unethical that his boss had asked him to do. His unemployment was a problem – but it saved him from being convicted and sent to prison a year later when management's actions were eventually discovered.

"You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good" – Genesis 50:20

5. God uses problems to PERFECT you.

Problems, when responded to correctly, are character builders. God is far more interested in your character than your comfort. Your relationship to God and your character are the only two things you're going to take with you into eternity.

"We can rejoice when we run into problems... they help us learn to be patient. And patience develops strength of character in us and helps us trust God more each time we use it until finally our hope and faith are strong and steady." – Romans 5:3-4

Here's the point:
God is at work in your life – even when you don't recognize it or understand it. But it's so much easier when you surrender to his plan for your life.

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12 days, 12 women, 12 messages

Friday, November 28, 2008

November 28th - December 9th, 2008 - FREE!

- presenting 12 of the greatest ladies in Christian ministry.

Every day you will receive a holiday survival tip via video
that's sure to help you survive the holiday season this year!

Tuesday, December 9th
LIVE Global, interactive, webcast with the 12 ladies!

Come in and meet them, ask questions
and learn how they're surviving the holidays this year.

Register today and receive a
FREE downloadable Holiday Organizer,
complete with tips, recipes, and more
from the ladies bringing you this spectacular event!

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Christian Advent Gift Calendar

Day 1- a quarter- A quarter! This equals 25 cents. But 25 also stands for the number of days until Christmas, when God gave us His best present. Jesus told about one woman's gift and the way she gave it. Read Mark 12:41-44

Day 2- a piece of grape gum- Grape gum! Grapes make jelly and juice, raisins and wine. But Jesus didn't need grapes to perform His first miracle. Read John 2:1-10.

Day 3- a smiley face sticker-Here' s a smile! A smile usually expresses happiness. Jesus gave us many instructions to keep us happy. Read Matthew 5:1-12.

Day 4- a few fish crackers-Fish! Well, if you were surprised to find these fish, wait until you read the story today! Others were surprised to find fish, too. Read Luke 5:4-7.

Day 5- one birthday candle- A birthday candle? As you know , we are getting ready to celebrate Jesus' birthday. However, Jesus talked about something else related to this candle Light. Read Matthew 5:14-16.

Day 6- a small jingle bell- You could make noise with this. But it would have bothered a certain man---until he met Jesus. Read Mark 7:31-37.

Day 7- two candy fish - These would not go very far if you were really hungry! But Jesus could make much out of little. Surely He knew how to multiply! Read Matthew 14: 13-21.

Day 8- two cotton balls- These cotton balls would be helpful in a thunder storm, wouldn't they? We could use them for ear plugs to muffle the loud noise that thunder makes. But we know Someone who doesn't need cotton. Jesus can control the weather. Read Matthew 8:23-27.

Day 9- a piece of road map- People needing to use other parts of this map are in trouble! Don't you get lost today! Read John 14:1-6.

Day 10- a small piece of soap- It's soap. Do you like to wash? Your hands and face? Behind your ears? Washing turn out to be a happy time for a man who met Jesus. Read John 9: 1-7.

Day 11- a few candy hearts- Hearts. Wordlessly, they speak of love, don't they? Jesus spoke some commands about love. Read Matthew 22: 37-40.

Day 12- a pin on button with a cross printed on it- we use crosses as a symbol, representing Jesus. Do you know why? Read Philippians 2: 1-11.

Day 13- a small packet of salt- Ordinary salt. Yes, Jesus related salt to us and our behavior. He also gave us some advice. Read Matthew 5:13 and Colossians 4:6 (Notice that He doesn't recommend pepper!).

Day 14 - a small bag of sand- Don't try to eat this ! It's sand. It reminds us that Jesus knows something about architecture, about buildings--- -and building lives. See His instructions; Read Matthew 7:24-29.

Day 15- a small artificial flower- Flowers are pretty, aren't they? Jesus used flowers to teach us a reassuring lesson. read Matthew 6: 28-34.

Day 16- a little box of raisins- Raisins! Many children are given raisins instead of candy for a snack. That's because they are a health-promoting and delicious fruit. Jesus told us how we can produce good fruit. Read John 15: 1-5.

Day 17- a few flower seeds- Jesus told a story about seeds that a man planted. Then He explained it, revealing its deep meaning. Read Matthew 13:3-8 and Matthew 13: 18-23.

Day 18- a sheet of music taken from a pamphlet type Christmas carol book- Christmas is just a week away! And here is an appropriate song. Sing it loudly! Read Psalm 100.

Day 19- a little stone- A hard stone! Can you change this stone into a piece of bread? Do you think Jesus could? Jesus was asked to do just that. Do you know how He handled it? Read Matthew 4:1-4.

Day 20- a piece of crumpled aluminum foil- Try to smooth out this piece of foil and use it as a mirror. It's hard to see your reflection plainly, isn't it? Many circumstances are hard to understand, but someday everything will be clear. Read 1 Corinthians 13:12.

Day 21- one mustard seed placed between two pieces of clear contact paper- The mustard seed is the smallest there is! When it sprouts, it grows into one of the largest plants! See what Jesus said. Read Matthew 17:20.

Day 22- a tiny plastic dove- We've learned the cross represents Christ, but do you know what the dove stands for? Read Matthew 3:13-17.

Day 23- a swatch of wool cloth- The thread that compose this fabric came from the wool of a sheep. Jesus called Himself the Good Shepherd. Do you know who his sheep are? Read John 10:7-18.

Day 24- one blue marble- A marble! Do you know what is sometimes called the "Big Blue Marble"? The world. God made the world for us. What does God continue doing to the world? And who is the world? Read John 3:16.

Day 25- a small photograph of a baby- Isn't this baby cute? When he was born, he made a whole family happy. Jesus was born a baby, too. He came to make the whole world happy. Read Luke 2:1-20.

Continue to learn about Jesus---and love Him forever!
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Stay Salty!

Expiration dates are printed on just about everything nowadays, even on cans of soda. One place you will not find an expiration date, however, is on salt. Ever hear anyone say, “This salt tastes old. It must not be very fresh”? Probably not.

Salt never goes stale.

Jesus said “Salt is good, but if it loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is fit neither for the soil nor for the manure pile; it is thrown out” (Luke 14:34-35)

If there is no such thing as fresh or stale salt, how could Jesus say this? There are two ways salt can lose its saltiness.

One is by dilution. The other by pollution.

Put some salt in a glass and add water. Stir, taste, and then add more water. The more you dilute the salt, the less you will taste it. Soon it has no value as salt.

Or, take some salt and add to it other things. Continue to mix in things, polluting the salt, and eventually you will not notice the salt. Its saltiness is lost to the pollution.

Followers of Jesus are to be the “salt of the earth.” (Matthew 5:13) But our saltiness can be lost the same way. Our testimony can be so watered down that by dilution it loses its saltiness. Or, so much other stuff can come into our lives that our testimony is lost due to pollution.

Stay salty! That is what Jesus wants. Do not let into your life things that will dilute or pollute.

(c) firstIMPRESSIONS, Volume 8.46. Live for God, on purpose, affecting the world around you for the cause of Christ, not becoming diluted or polluted by this life.

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Christmas Giveaway!

Thursday, November 27, 2008

In case you missed it, Oprah announced a special Christmas giveaway on her show yesterday!

48 hours only...

Holiday Hits 2008 is a free download comprised of 8 songs by some of the BIGGEST names in music!

The cd is one-of-a-kind! Don't miss it!

Download your copy. Merry CHRISTmas!!!

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A Still Small Voice

There’s a quiet spot in the depths of my being

where God in silence dwells

The holy, infinite presence of God

where awareness slowly wells,

Away from the noisy outer world,

enclosed where it’s calm and still,

Breathing in deep tranquility

as mind and spirit fill.

It’s a silence that speaks without words,

and doesn’t sound to the ear,

But listening to it with my heart

can calm every doubt and fear.

The unconditional love I feel

makes each anxiety cease,

As the overwhelming essence of God

fills my soul with the sweetest peace.

(c) Connie Arnold
Allow your spirit to be renewed...

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Press On . . .

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

When the mountain is steep
when the valley is deep
when the body is weary
when we stumble and fall

When the choices are hard
when we're battered and scarred
when we've spent our resource
when we've given our all

In Jesus name we press on
In Jesus name we press on
dear Lord, with the prize
clear before our eyes
we find the strength to press on

~ Selah

This song, Press On by Selah, was shared at:

9 But He said to me, My grace (My favor and loving-kindness and mercy)
is enough for you [sufficient against any danger
and enables you to bear the trouble manfully];
for My strength and power are made perfect
(fulfilled and completed) and show themselves most effective in [your] weakness.
Therefore, I will all the more gladly glory in my weaknesses and infirmities,
that the strength and power of Christ (the Messiah)
may rest (yes, may pitch a tent over and dwell) upon me!

10 So for the sake of Christ, I am well pleased and take pleasure in infirmities,
insults, hardships, persecutions, perplexities and distresses;
for when I am weak in human strength],
then am I [truly] strong (able, powerful in divine strength).
2 Corinthians 12:9-10 (Amplified Bible)

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Christian Audio

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

For those who love Christian audio, you will want to head on over to ChristianAudio where they are holding their best offer of the year - semi-annual $9.49 digital download sale.

The sale is held in appreciation of their customers, to help encourage you on your journey of faith. ChristianAudio is now offering many of your favorite authors, unabridged audiobooks, conferences, and lectures at HUGE SAVINGS.

This AMAZING OFFER is only available for a LIMITED TIME. The sale is on NOW and ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on December 1st.

NO coupon code is necessary, as the digital downloads that are eligible for the sale are already discounted.

Go check it out! I know you will find some really great titles!

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Blessing & Cursing

Sunday, November 23, 2008

From the same mouth come blessing and cursing.
My brothers, these things ought not to be so.

~ James 3:10

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thanks Marlo!

TOO POWERFUL not to share.
~ Karla

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No Excuse Sunday

Friday, November 21, 2008

To make it possible for everyone to attend church next Sunday, we are going to have a special "No Excuse Sunday."

• Cots will be placed in the foyer for those who say, “Sunday is my only day to sleep in.”

• There will be a special section with lounge chairs who feel that our pews are too hard.

• Eye drops will be available for those with tired eyes from watching T.V. late Saturday night.

• We will have steel helmets for those who say “The roof would cave in if I ever came to church.”

• Blankets will be furnished for those who think the church is too cold and fans for those who say it is too hot.

• Score cards will be available for those who wish to list the hypocrites present.

• Relatives and friends will be in attendance for those who can’t go to church and cook dinner, too.

• We will distribute “Stamp Out Stewardship” buttons for those who feel that church is always asking for money.

• One section will be devoted to trees and grass for those who like to seek God in nature.

• Doctors and nurses will be in attendance for those who plan to be sick on Sunday.

• The sanctuary will be decorated with both Christmas poinsettias and Easter lilies for those who never have seen the church without them.

• We will provide hearing aids for those who can’t hear the preacher and cotton for those who say he is too loud.

Author Unknown

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Keeping Christ in Christmas

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Christmas is just around the corner; have you thought about how you are going to keep our Lord Jesus Christ at the center of your festivities? How are you going to honor Him? I encourage you to keep Christ at the forefront of your thoughts and your Christmas celebration.

To celebrate the GREATEST GIFT ~ Jesus Christ ~ JesusRulzMe, owner of A Damsel No Longer in Distress, has organized a fantastic giveaway called 'Keeping Christ in Christmas.'

This contest is open to anyone who desires to demonstrate their gratitude and love for Jesus Christ. This giveaway is in honor of the greatest giveaway this world has ever known, His very life.

No greater treasure than Jesus.
No greater gift.
No greater sacrifice.

Enter today!

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Closet Behavior

Monday, November 17, 2008

by William James

“Can anyone hide in secret places so that I cannot see him?” – Jeremiah 23:24

As Jesus was teaching His disciples to pray He instructed them, “When you pray, go into your inner room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done is secret, will reward you.” (Matthew 6:6)

In the King James Bible the word translated “secret room” is referred to as a closet. From that phrase, the world coined the term “closet behavior” to describe those things we do in private that we do not want to become public knowledge. Used in that sense, closet behavior has nothing to do with receiving a reward from a Father who sees what is done in secret!

The world’s version of closet behavior is about keeping secrets. Things done in the closet are kept hidden in a futile attempt to escape the consequences of our actions. We speak of “closet drinkers” and “closet eaters.” Compulsive shoppers often stash excessive purchases away so that others will not know about their behavior. Compulsive debtors shove unopened bills away in desk drawers.

In recent days we have heard a lot about a new closet behavior: sexual sin and pornography. And as aghast as we are when such incidents make the headlines, when we are honest with ourselves and others we find that in varying degrees all of us try to hide certain things. Even as committed followers of Jesus we are sometimes deluded into believing that secrecy will protect us from public scrutiny – and allow us to continue behavior that we know in our heart is wrong, but that we aren’t willing to surrender to the Lordship of Christ.

As we begin to practice the spiritual discipline of self care, we begin to learn the true meaning of closet behavior – spending quiet time alone with God, and allowing Him to remove those shameful things we try to keep a secret. In our personal devotion time we find the courage and strength to break the strongholds that we feel we must keep hidden because they continue to cause us so much shame and pain.

Prayer and Scripture combine to give us powerful weapons to break the downward cycle of addictive behavior. We find that time spent alone with God in our prayer closet empowers us to say no to the destructive closet behavior of secret-keeping that keeps us in defeat and despair. Today it is my prayer that all of us will make time to go into our prayer closet, close the door and spend time with our Father, who sees what is done in secret. God will give us the desires of our heart when we delight in spending closet time with Him.

In opening ourselves to God’s influence our deepest destiny is fulfilled.

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Winning Words for First Place Losers is a daily e-mail devotional written and published by Elizabeth Crews, First Place Bible study author, for the encouragement of the losers who are winners in First Place.

To subscribe to this free daily devotional, please write Elizabeth at http://ca.mc382.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=firstplacelosers@cox.net and place the word “subscribe” in the subject line.

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In Remembrance

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

They Did Their Share

On Veteran’s Day we honor
Soldiers who protect our nation.
For their service as our warriors,
They deserve our admiration.

Some of them were drafted;
Some were volunteers;
For some it was just yesterday;
For some it’s been many years;

In the jungle or the desert,
On land or on the sea,
They did whatever was assigned
To produce a victory.

Some came back; some didn’t.
They defended us everywhere.
Some saw combat; some rode a desk;
All of them did their share.

No matter what the duty,
For low pay and little glory,
These soldiers gave up normal lives,
For duties mundane and gory.

Let every veteran be honored;
Don’t let politics get in the way.
Without them, freedom would have died;
What they did, we can’t repay.

We owe so much to them,
Who kept us safe from terror,
So when we see a uniform,
Let’s say "thank you" to every wearer.

By Joanna Fuchs

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Another Amazing Contest!

Friday, November 07, 2008

For those of you who blog, you may be interested in this amazing contest! Lara, at Designed By Lara is giving away one FREE complete blog design for Wordress or Blogger!

Lara will also choose 1 or 2 honorable mentions that will each receive a $50 credit towards the purchase of a blog design.

I'm entering; are you?

You can enter here! Good luck!

P.S. Why do I want a new design? I would love to have Lara help me design a vision that I have had in my mind for quite some time! I know what I want, but have no idea how to implement my ideas. Simple design, tabbed organization, easier to navigate...less links on main page. I love Lara's designs; I know she will be open to hearing my ideas and bringing them to fruition.

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I'm Watching You, Dad...

Take a moment to contemplate the roles that Dads play in their children's lives. Our kids are watching to see if what we say matches our actions. Challenge and uplift fathers, acknowledging their importance in shaping the lives of future generations as role models.

(c) I'm Watching You Daddy

Moms, this video also applies to each one of us.

In actuality, this video applies to each one of us

...people ARE paying attention to us...what we do, what we say...

Let's be conscientious of our daily walk with God.

Let our prayer be, may others see Jesus in me.

~ Karla

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Win Over $335 Worth of Books, Cd's and DVD's

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Welcome to the 1st ever
TitleTrakk.com Blog Tour!

This week we're chatting about:

The Fantastic Fall Giveaway Contest!

Just in time for the holidays, you could win over
$335 worth of books, cds and dvds!

Sponsored by our friends at:

The Grand Prize Winner will receive:


Whispers of the Bayou by Mindy Starns Clark
Rachel's Secret by BJ Hoff
Beach Dreams by Trish Perry
Playing God by Michelle McKinney Hammond
White Soul by Brandt Dodson
The Legend of the Firefish by George Bryan Polivka
Finding Marie by Susan Paige Davis
The Power of Praying Through the Bible by Stormie Omartian
A Man After God's Own Heart by Jim George
Evidence for Faith 101 by Bruce Bickel & Stan Jantz


Wake Up! Wake Up! by Everyday Sunday
Rock What You Got by Superchick
Sunday by Tree63
Houston We Are Go by Newsboys (Live CD/DVD)
Nothing Left To Lose by Mat Kearney
I Am Free Worship Collection
Salvation Station by Newworldson
Not Without Love by Jimmy Needham
Pages by Shane & Shane
Colors and Sounds by Article One


Love's Unfolding Dream
The Ten Commandments Animated
Between the Walls

But that's not all!
We're giving away even more!

During this blog tour (November 10th - 16th) we'll be drawing 2 winners daily from the contest entries to win an additional free book or cd!

Visit the TitleTrakk.com Contest page today to enter the contest and place yourself in the running to receive the Grand Prize, plus all the daily prizes! Deadline to enter is November 17th.

About TitleTrakk.com:
Founded in 2006 by Tracy & C.J. Darlington, TitleTrakk.com is an interactive website spotlighting Christian books, music & movies. Updated weekly, we feature author and musician interviews, album and book reviews, music videos, movie reviews and interviews, book excerpts, surveys, polls, and fun contests. Learn more: http://www.titletrakk.com/

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Pro-LIFE Teleconference - post-election

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

You are invited to join many top national pro-life leaders for an URGENT teleconference Wednesday, November 5, at 9:00 PM Eastern (6 PM Pacific) where we will assess the election results together and plan "next steps" for the movement in light of those results.

WHAT: Pro-life movement post-election assessment teleconference and web simulcast

DATE: Wednesday, November 5

TIME: 9 PM Eastern (8 PM Central, 7 PM Mountain, 6 PM Pacific)

FORMAT: Simulcast! (Attend via phone or webcast -- it's your choice)

You will hear from some of the top leaders representing the various facets of the pro-life movement:

FR. FRANK PAVONE, Priests for Life

PEGGY HARTSHORN, Heartbeat International

JOE SCHEIDLER, Pro-Life Action League

KRISTAN HAWKINS, Students For Life of America

BRAD MATTES, Life Issues Institute

JANET MORANA, Silent No More Awareness Campaign

DAN MCCONCHIE, Americans United for Life


MICHAEL SCHWARTZ, Chief of Staff, Senator Tom Coburn


DAVID BEREIT, 40 Days for Life

You won't want to miss this history-making event!

P.S. Please spread the word to every pro-lifer you know about Wednesday night's teleconference. This is a critical time for our movement to come together and map out plans for the future. Encourage your friends, family, co-workers, and fellow believers to learn more and register for the call at this page:

P.P.S. Can't make the live call due to a schedule conflict? Don't worry! Go ahead and register anyway. We're recording the entire call and will let you know the moment the audio is available for you to listen.

(c) 40 Days for Life

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The Amazing Bible Cross

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Keeping Your Faith Close to You

Shouldn't be a CHALLENGE!

"In today's busy world, it's hard to find the time to study the Bible every day. But with the Bible Cross, you can play the audio Bible when you do other things, whether it's at work or at home, whenever you're by the computer. Need to listen on the go? Bring the wearable Bible Cross with you, or simply transfer the audio Bible to your iPod®. Then you can listen while you walk, jog, or even play golf!" (c) The Amazing Bible Cross

I love the portability of this little cross!

A little, but MIGHTY TOOL to encourage you to renew your mind, with the Word of God on a daily and more consistent basis! Think of the possibilities - you can use it while doing housework, exercising or while you are on the go! The fact that it is transferable to your iPhone®, iPod®, or MP3 player is absolutely amazing!

I can't wait to recieve mine!

~ Karla

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Free Audio Book Download

Monday, November 03, 2008

"Justice is getting what you deserve.
Mercy is not getting what you deserve.
And grace is getting what you absolutely don't deserve."

Zondervan just announced that for a limited time,

Read reviews of Sin Boldly here.
Special thanks to Zondervan for sharing.
I have not read this book, so would love to read some reviews from those who have read it. Please feel free to share. Thanks, Karla

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Follower of Jesus

life Tv Baptisms

"God does not forgive us and put us on a shelf as some type of trophy.
He forgives us and uses us as vessels of transformation in other people’s lives."

(c) Life Pointe Church

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Soul Prayer Meeting

Sunday, November 02, 2008

MONDAY, November 3rd @9:30 p.m. EST time

And I can't say it any better than. . . my twitter friend @shaunking

"I am joining my friend Carlos Whittaker
and 100's (maybe thousands) of others
online this Monday night @ 9:30pm EST
as we pray hard and strong
for the next President of the United States.
Trust me, you'll wanna be there!"

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The Salvation Poem

photo courtesy of The Salvation Poem

What if we taught people a poem that could lead them to Christ and in turn help them to lead others to Jesus Christ as well? What if we utilized rhyme and music to make it even easier to remember?”

These thoughts turned into reality and the Salvation Poem was born.

Help me Lord to live for you!

Stop by their site for many downloads,
as well as other extras.

EXCELLENT TOOL to share the gospel!

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FREE Resources to Share Your Faith

Saturday, November 01, 2008

The Pocket Testament League invites you
to dedicate one of your pockets to the Lord. . .

Every morning, place one of these Gospels in your pocket as you leave your home. Prayerfully look for an evangelism opportunity throughout the course of the day to give that Gospel away as a free gift to someone you meet.

FREE Resources to Share Your Faith!

Don't forget to order early! These gospels are high quality & you will be amazed at the selection! I just ordered a bunch to use at our BREAKTHROUGH events that we have planned for outreach in our community ~ Karla

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The Power of One Vote

Some things are more important than high gas prices or a faltering economy.

They are life, family, marriage and faith.

This November, Christians will have one vote to change the world.

Vote your values!

"One Vote"

ValueVotersUSA.com (official)

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