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Fan Page Friday is up! Come join us on Facebook to share your Christian business or blog's page and to network with other Christians. See you there!

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What are some of your favorite ways that you've seen your children walk in the truth? Has having children improved your walk of faith?

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In case you haven't been over in awhile, it is Fan Page Friday again! If you are a Christian blogger or business owner with a Facebook fan page, come join the party at  Even if you don't have a blog or business, it is a great way to discover and support other like-minded individuals working to serve others and serve Christ.

Hope to see you there!

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"Trust- it takes years to build, seconds to break, and forever to repair."

I've heard that saying so many times in my life and too often that is how we treat relationships. Going in cautiously, afraid to be vulnerable, and the moment something goes wrong we can be too quick to run or not willing to put in the effort it takes to make a relationship last.

It is quite a miserable existence though, not knowing if you can trust others. It impacts relationships before they have even begun, puts a shadow over existing ones, hinders our relationship with God and holds our own lives to a lower standard. I didn't start out as distrustful of people, if anything I was probably the antithesis of distrustful; I naively gave my trust too freely which can be dangerous without the protection of Truth to buffer you. I've always wanted to trust people. To believe the best about them, but when we live in a sin-corrupted world, we are bound to encounter brokenness. Neither extreme brings any peace, so it is time to move beyond mistrust and find a godly balance.

If you are struggling with trust (or the lack of it) in your own life, this post is for you.

Here are 4 Steps to Moving Beyond Mistrust.

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Do you have a tendency to trust your own emotions or submit your trust to the Lord?

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As our once Christian foundation continues to be chipped away, we continue to witness moral decay.

We need to reestablish Christ to His rightful place in order to rebuild our nation and to rebuild our trust. <3

#trust   #trustgod   #truth   #godisgood   #godblessamerica  

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The fifth resolution we set out with for 2015 is to Trust More. As I mentioned in “Trust in You,” this may be one of the hardest resolutions I think for most of us. Often times in life we encounter people or situations that we want to trust, and perhaps do, but often end up getting hurt and having that trust broken. That inhibits our ability to trust and inadvertently I believe we end up projecting that lack of trust onto God at times. At least for me, I like to be in control of my life. While I consider myself pretty flexible when it comes to dealing with change or bumps in the road, I am not one to just ‘let things happen.’ I often feel compelled to take action in one direction or another, even if I know change is coming and I may have to divert my course. So trust isn’t always a natural inclination for me. I’m slowly learning what true trust means, but have a long way to go. I’m hoping this series will help the all of us to trust more.

Do you struggle with trust? Why or why not?

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Amazing grace! That while we were still sinners, Christ died for us so that we may live eternally in glory with Him! Truly no greater love.

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Looking at all the drama surrounding Planned Parenthood right now, it is a blessing to share a story of a win... where a life that could have been destroyed by an abortion, was saved by the intervention of one man and one Great God.

This is the next post in our series following a husband and wife missionary team and their work in Kazakhstan. There stories truly have the Holy Spirit's handprint on each one. They come through impossible situations with victory time and time again.

Shows what even a little faith and obedience can do. :)
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