I am a contributing writer for The Inspired Woman (which I highly recommend you subscribe to). It is a group of women in ministry who share personal, practical, and ministry-related ideas, devotionals, recipes and more. One of our contributors, Kim Dillingham, wrote a great article on Halloween (click here to read it in full) and […]
People in general fall into two categories: (1) those who don’t quite know what condemnation is, or (2) those who know all too well what it is and hate how it effects them. In this episode of Identity Advantage, Daphne and Angie address the topic that plagued them for far too long too — condemnation […]
As you know, I write current event inspired posts for GodTV. A recent one has still been stirring in my heart in light of the social media frenzy of opinion we see increasing. Here’s a portion of that post: The world needs Jesus. But not just any Jesus — the world needs the Jesus of […]
When I hear the word stray, I think of a lost dog — one who doesn’t have a home, a wanderer looking for its next meal. And then I think about people and the spiritual falling away that happens oh-so-slowly over time. I’ve been guilty of this myself. It’s not something we plan or even […]
Did you ever see the television show called “On the Fly”? My daughter and I caught an episode once. It was a reality show about airports and how people handle delays and other airport-related dilemmas. It was interesting to me because my mom was a flight attendant for 20 years. But in one clip I […]
In this episode, Daphne and Angie discuss this question and look at Proverbs 26:11 which says, “As a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly.” It’s not a pretty picture. But from Heaven’s perspective, this is what repeated destruction looks like.
We’ve been sitting in this pot for awhile now. I’m referring to this world we live in, but my reference isn’t limited to those who are over a certain age– this situation we’re in now, it’s been a slow boil for all of humanity. We’re like the boiling frog who didn’t know he was in danger. […]