Tag Archives: truth-telling

real or not real

Priscilla Schirer is one of my favorite speakers and teachers of Scripture. She pulls no punches, speaks with the authority of Scripture, and challenges us, as fellow believers, to stand on the Truth of God. I have heard different portions … Continue reading

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U-G-L-Y you ain’t got no alibi

Yesterday, I found myself struggling with a very negative attitude. Although I recognized it and named it, I didn’t do anything to try to change it. Instead,I kept my fangs and claws out. It wasn’t until I left work that I … Continue reading

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in corners

As we walk through this Faith Journey, seeking wisdom, gaining understanding of the God who created us, we also find ourselves faced with challenges or opportunities to speak what we believe. In Acts 26 Paul stands before the leaders and … Continue reading

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On truth, lies, and the in between

We have all been told to tell the truth in life.  We tell our kids it’s important, we get mad when politicians don’t, and we may even go so far as to say, “Well, it says to speak the truth … Continue reading

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