What’s in a name? A lot, actually. Especially when it comes to the name of God. Ever hear God’s name tossed around carelessly? It’s sometimes used in cursing or to make off-color comments, but that is not at all
The Bakersfield Ministry Conference hosted last weekend by Fresno Pacific University invited me to teach my seminar “The Time Crunch.” Managing your time is a misnomer; what we really do with time management is manage ourselves to make more
Did you know you can grow into a deeper relationship with God? That’s right! Just by making a few intentional changes, you can open up your emotions and spirit to more of the spiritual blessings He has for you.
I am a woman of many moods, and they all require chocolate. If chocolate were prescribed for feelings, maybe dark chocolate would be given for occasional bouts of depression. With financial trouble, maybe chewy caramel and nuts with milk
“Give thanks to the Lord, call on His name; make known among the nations what He has done,” I Chronicles 16:8. Thank you so much for your prayers for our fall 2013 Ethiopia team. Excited to share how God provided
Dear Prayer Partners,
“God has given each of us the ability to do certain things well.” Romans 12:6 (LB)
Thanks for your prayers. We are now back in Addis. So excited, relieved, encouraged, and thrilled to be at this
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The second thing I did as a single parent was: remind myself of my identity in Christ.
There’s a big difference between who you are in yourself and who you are
October 17, 2009, I became a single parent. My husband of 28 years, Pastor Paul Giesbrecht, was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident. From the horrible day he died, I was forced to make all major decisions for my
October 17, 2009, I said goodbye. Pastor Paul Giesbrecht’s motorcycle accident was horrific, unexpected, tragic. It was my worst nightmare; I was the one to find him, a crumpled heap by the side of the road, less than five
Dear Loved One,
I’m intrigued by stories of survivors. Is it possible to survive a free-fall from the Sears Tower in Chicago? The answer is yes. Or what if you fulfill a lifelong dream of skydiving and your parachute