President’s Day: John Quincy Adams

President’s Day: John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams actually entered the diplomatic arena as a teenager when John Adams was first representing the new United States in Europe, in the european courts. He took his son John Quincy with him. So he was raised in a european atmosphere and spoke several languages and learned how diplomacy was done.”

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Red Lipstick and God’s Love

Red Lipstick and God’s Love

How does red lipstick and God's love intersect? Listen and discover an interesting history story. Listen here American women have a long history of painting their lips. Martha Washington concocted her own recipe for the finest lip salve in the world. However, lipstick was not widely accepted until World War 2. Hitler deplored red lipstick [...]

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Forgiveness?

Forgiveness?

Preschooler Mary Jean Eisenhower often stayed with her grandparents during Eisenhower’s presidency. Her grandmother, Mamie, had a weak heart so she conducted much of her household business from her bed. One morning, Mary Jean remained with her grandmother. While Mamie worked, Mary Jean played with Pete, a gift her grandmother had received, He was a [...]

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Welcoming February 2024… Almost Spring!

Welcoming February 2024… Almost Spring!

Dear Father, how can we praise you enough for the boundless depths of your love? When we ponder our sinfulness, we cannot fully fathom your lovingkindness and grace toward us. As our culture celebrates Valentine’s Day, help us keep in mind that you are the true source of love. May our lives demonstrate your transforming [...]

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Be a Brave-Hearted Woman

Be a Brave-Hearted Woman

We spend the first few years of our lives putting into kind of this invisible bag everything about us that we know doesn’t work in the world. And then we spend the rest of our life trying to retrieve that because we get just mature enough to understand, oh, no, that’s really an authentic part of me, and I’m missing who I really, truly am.”

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Navigating a Nutty World: Hints for 2024

Navigating a Nutty World: Hints for 2024

The wonderful thing to think about is that when Jesus showed up on the scene when he was born in the manger and then stayed on walking amongst us for 33, 34 years, he came into what they considered at that time a very crazy world as well.

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Welcoming January 2024 With Prayer and Encouragement

Welcoming January 2024 With Prayer and Encouragement

Dear Father, as we stand at the threshold of 2024, we thank you for the gift of life and our eternal hope. Fill our hearts with praise for our blessings, for when we praise you, we have a greater appreciation of your grace. May we determine to think less of ourselves and seek to know [...]

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Your Legacy?

Your Legacy?

The sun had set, and darkness engulfed the 350,000 London residents. Shopkeepers closed their doors and prepared for bed. The king’s baker, Thomas Farrinor, who lived in Pudding Lane, stopped baking and doused his fire. However, he failed to put it out. After midnight on Sept 2, 1666, a spark escaped the oven and lit [...]

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