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How To Trust God – Not Your Feelings

We are an emotional people. We can be up one minute and down another. Happy than sad. Upbeat then tired. Motivated then depressed. Secure then unsecure. How we feel can determine how much trust we have in God. Our culture teaches us to trust in our feelings above all. But unfortunately, our feelings can be quite […]

(FREE) Simple Christmas Tags with Bible Verses

For the month of December we’ve been reading A Simple Christmas – Gospel of Luke for 20 days as our final bible study reading challenge of the Gospels of Jesus Christ starting with John, Matthew and Mark. If you haven’t had a chance to take our challenge click here.  What a better way to celebrate and […]

Was Jesus Ever A Bad Kid?

When children are born, they experience life from a totally selfish perspective. Kids have to learn from their parents, how to live and survive in a sinful society. They need to be taught these things to become productive, loving, law-abiding citizens. They need to learn how to cope with the word “no” and accept that […]

Testimonial

Having known Wanda Ball all my life, I know her to be a God fearing woman. She has a true understanding of Christ and can relate from her own experiences. Her book, 'The gods of this World' helped me personally with my own son. He wanted to get a tattoo and being a Chriatian myself, I knew that we are not to mark our bodies. I was able to refer him to a part in her book about what God says about tattoos. This part in particular: The scripture clearly says in Lev 19:28 that God does not approve of ANY tattoos and never did. And because God is against it, Satan glorifies and abuses it. The root of tattooing never changes. It will always be a pagan, spiritual ritual. Because my son saw this in writing and scripture, he has not asked about it again. ~LaDonna Foster, Wells Fargo Advisor