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Author Archives: Jonna Hawker Turek
What kind of witness are you?
We need to not only walk the walk, but we must also testify to everyone we meet just why we walk as we do, and what a difference Jesus has made in our lives. Continue reading
St. Patrick: The Man Behind the Myth
Who was the real St. Patrick we celebrate today? Continue reading
Two Words to remember
Christ knew what we would be called upon to face and how frightening it would be. Now is the time to cling to our faith ever more boldly. Continue reading
Whose image do you see?
As we are to be imitators of Christ, it is important to see Him clearly. Continue reading
Too self-conscious to be meek?
Meekness is not the absence of bold or courageous faith. True meekness is the absence of fear and competition in our relationships. It is trusting God to take care of justice and fairness. Continue reading
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Steadfast when shaken
I cannot defeat evil and bring peace and justice to the whole world, but I can do whatever I am able to do. I can do the next right thing. Continue reading
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Do ALL things work together for good?
When our circumstances seem bad, we must look harder to find the good. Those times are when it is most important to cling to God’s promises. Continue reading
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The Value of Life
No matter what the media tell us, old age is not a sign of failure. It is proof of victory. Continue reading
It can’t hurt to ask
God will decide what is best for his children. So, anytime, anywhere, and for anything, go ahead and pray. Continue reading
We all need hospice care
…churches are meant to be houses of shelter and rest…That’s why we call them sanctuaries Continue reading