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We see you. We love you. We are here for you.  A message from the Love God Greatly Founder & Director, Angela Perritt: Sisters, we are heartbroken over the sins that have happened in our nation in our past as well as what has occurred even this past week. We...

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Fear of Forgiveness

Fear of Forgiveness

I am a quiet girl who has always desired a quiet life. I love certainty and stability. I love life free from drama, conflict, and chaos. The rules used to be simple: Don’t mess with me, and I won’t mess with you. However, being reborn into God’s family changes all of...

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Announcing Our Next Study!

Announcing Our Next Study!

We're thrilled to announce our next six-week study!   Empowered: Yesterday and Today   When did you first hear about Jesus? Have you ever thought about how the story of a man from Jerusalem, who lived over two-thousand years ago, reached your ears?  ...

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And After You Have Done Everything . . . STAND

And After You Have Done Everything . . . STAND

I'm a mom of three boys. In the little years, it seemed that no matter how often I reminded them to be gentle and compassionate, they always found a way to remind me that God made them ALL boy. In their world, sticks became swords. Pan lids became shields. And no one...

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Words That Give Life

Words That Give Life

I have the blessing of raising three daughters. If I had a dollar for every time someone said something to me about having three girls and commenting "Oh, are you going to try for that boy?" when my girls were toddlers, I'd be rich. Or, more recently, it's more "Oh...

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Fighting Fear with Gratitude

Fighting Fear with Gratitude

"And whatever you do in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him." - Colossians 3:17 It's no secret that I love a good story. I love to read them, and I love to write them. Nothing captivates me more...

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He Moved the Mountains

He Moved the Mountains

I spent many, many mornings in my seat at church. I used to sit and fidget and wiggle. Some Sundays I was so tired from getting everyone up, fed, dressed, and out of the house that I would let my heavy eyelids fall and even close all the way. Just for a minute. Then,...

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God Will Redeem

God Will Redeem

It was 1987. My mom had recently married my stepdad, and our new family needed a new beginning. Like those who had headed out west decades before us, we too were wanting a fresh start. So from the farmlands of Indiana to the hills of Northern California, we drove. I...

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Underdog or Under God?

Underdog or Under God?

The plight of the underdog is easily found in books, movies, and our everyday lives. Maybe you have felt like the underdog before or you have known someone else who feels worn out, overpowered, tired, small, useless, or alone. Then life brings you a pivotal moment to...

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Capturing Your Thoughts

Capturing Your Thoughts

Isn’t it amazing how quickly our thoughts can drift to worry, stress, and fear in various aspects of our lives? We might be fine one moment and then, BAM!, seemingly out of nowhere our thoughts are catapulted to the land of “what ifs.” Fear, worry, and anxiety are...

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God of Strength

God of Strength

I am a champion worrier. From childhood on I was always thinking, “what if . . .” But by God’s grace, I learned how to overcome much of it. The temptation to be fearful and live in constant worry will be a battle that all of us will be fighting until Christ returns,...

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Oh How He Loves You

Oh How He Loves You

"Who will separate us from the love of Christ? Will trouble, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword? No, in all these things we have complete victory through him who loved us! For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor...

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God is in Control

God is in Control

I am a recovering control addict.  Perhaps, this is an area you have struggled in as well.  A desire for control can often be a source of fear and anxiety in our lives.  We obsess over our education, career, family, fitness, and finances, and more. If our proposed...

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Trembling Trust

Trembling Trust

I sat in the sanctuary trembling. The man standing at the pulpit reading the Word was not my pastor. My pastor had fallen into sin, and now all around me people wept. As a church family, we collectively lifted our broken hearts to our holy God and held fast to His...

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We Are In A War

We Are In A War

Have you ever read the book The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis? If not, then you need to. It's one of my favorites. In a fictional storytelling fashion, C. S. Lewis brings to light the dark spiritual warfare each of us encounters on a daily bases through his...

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Where is Your Faith?

Where is Your Faith?

For those of us who have been in the church a long time, unpacking today’s verses can feel like a taboo topic. We believe. We are saved. We know the Sunday School answers. But, if we’re honest, we still have moments, maybe weeks, even seasons, of doubt and disbelief....

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Fear Of Not Being In Control

Fear Of Not Being In Control

From a young age, I have struggled with the fear of not being in control. I think the seed of this fear was planted in my heart when my parents divorced. Seeing what my mom went through as a single woman created in me a desire to want to control my life so I would...

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Overcoming the Fear of People

Overcoming the Fear of People

As we waited for her brother to finish swim practice, my girl sat quietly as she listened to Billy Graham’s distinct voice and powerful words through old videos. The announcement of his death had flooded national news feeds and radio stations earlier that day, and she...

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When God Seems Silent (Fear & Anxiety Translations)

When God Seems Silent (Fear & Anxiety Translations)

In the book of Malachi, we see God speak His last words and then keep silent for four-hundred years. God’s chosen and beloved people were deprived of any words from the Lord for four centuries.   Even though God’s silence was incredibly difficult for people who...

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Fear Of The Future

Fear Of The Future

In the book of Jeremiah, we read about how the people of God had been captured by King Nebuchadnezzar and taken into captivity in Babylon. In their eyes, their future looked bleak and scary. They had no idea if they would ever get to go back home or what would happen...

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In His Hands

In His Hands

Quarantine in the Czech Republic has not been as strict as it has been in some other countries. We can still go to the shops and for walks outside. Many people have lost their jobs or are working from home while also looking after their children, but we are praising...

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Introduction

Introduction

Can you imagine life without fear or worry? I can’t. It is so much a part of our lives that imagining a life without the smallest fear, worry, or anxiety feels impossible. Adam and Eve were the only ones who were able to experience this kind of life — that is until...

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Believe Him

Believe Him

In Nigeria, the stats are rising and so is fear and anxiety. Prices of goods and services have skyrocketed and people are losing hope. You can literally see people wear fear like they do clothes. I wonder, Is this all? Is this what the devil is trying to do, fill us...

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New Glasses

New Glasses

The world pandemic has really helped me to see things differently: it pushed me to change my glasses to new ones. Not the glasses of gloom and depression, but those of gratitude. COVID-19 made me lose so much for a season that I can’t help but praise Him for all I had...

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