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Jesus said, "Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me." Luke 9:23 Following are some real-life testimonies from people all over the world carrying their cross with the help of Jesus. Some of these stories may make you cry. Life can be so difficult, but Our Lord Jesus is never far away. Remember Jesus says, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28 It is my hope that these witnesses will help you to grow in compassion and understanding. It is my hope that you will want to pray for them and for people coping with similar problems.

Life with Anna

I am a mother of four wonderful children, the youngest of whom has Down’s Syndrome.  Anna was born on a mild October evening in 1984.  My pregnancy had been serene, and I was not prepared for the abrupt announcement of my obstetrician – “You’ve got a mongoloid kid there!”...
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A Global ALERT – We MUST RESCUE the Children!

I want to acknowledge the humanitarians, politicians and journalists that are trying to alert the world of the URGENT NEED to help migrant children displaced by war who are in refugee camps alone, unaccompanied and without loved ones! Let’s start with an image of a child...
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How to Fight Terror in Our World: Let’s get clear on what God wants!

In order to please God, we must first understand God. The understanding of God’s Holy Character and His Holy Will is critical and foundational because it enables us to discern right from wrong, good from bad, holy from unholy. We live in a world where God is understood and...
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Praying for Nice France – In the Wake of Tragedy It’s Time to Understand and Get Organized!

I feel numb and full of grief as I think about the tragedy that has just occurred in Nice, France.  I have had the privilege of visiting Nice many times. Situated on the French Riviera, it is a place of beauty, full of tourists enjoying the beaches and seaside resorts, the mild...
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Christian Genocide in the Middle East

In March 2016, a report was presented to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry denouncing the genocide of Christians in the Middle East. The report signed by many important interest groups presented evidence that documented the: assassinations of Church leaders mass murders and...
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A Global Response to Terrorism in our world

It is with sadness that I write this post. Once again the world unites to grieve yet another terrorist attack. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Brussels, especially with the victims and families of those injured and killed. I also grieve for those responsible for...
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Will you join me in praying for victims of breast cancer? 

Yesterday was my friend’s birthday. She turned 24 years old. On her birthday she went to the doctor to learn that she is suffering from breast cancer. This terrible disease affects women of all ages. Please pray for her and for all women who are fighting breast cancer. Holy...
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The pain of unrequited love

Most of us at some time or another will know the pain of loving someone and not having that person love us back, at least not as we had hoped to be loved.  I choose to write not about the details of my situation as much as how this pain of loving and not being loved in return has...
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The Cycle of Grief

When injustice happens it’s likely that we will feel angry.  Anger is one of the stages in the cycle of grief and sometimes it can grow into a debilitating and crucifying condition. I figure I lost more than a decade of my life to anger and depression.  The anger was caused by...
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