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Book Review: This Life I Live

Book Review: This Life I Live

In order for me to be with a great woman, I was gonna have to learn to be a great man first. Rory Feek’s book This Life I Live is, simply put, a love story. But it is not only his love story with his wife Joey but also his love story with God. Before reading this book, I didn’t know much about Joey and Rory. I had seen a few episodes of Can You Duet?, and articles had crossed my…

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Spiritual Battleground

Spiritual Battleground

I’ve been reluctant to post this blog for several reasons. First, it will not be complete. No matter how long it is or how much I say, it will not be the end of the journey where the proof is in the pudding. Second, there are so many opinions about weight loss and healthy living I’m afraid this will just get lost in the cacophony of ideas. I’m also reluctant because I have not arrived. I am in no way…

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Book Review: The Happiness Dare

Book Review: The Happiness Dare

I didn’t want happiness at the expense of holiness. I wanted happiness as a part of being a human created to ‘glorify God and enjoy Him forever.’ Have you ever felt guilty because, in spite of all the blessings in your life, you still were not happy? Jennifer Dukes Lee addresses the reasons for our happiness and unhappiness in her new book The Happiness Dare. We have all heard it said that God does not want us to be happy; He wants…

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Is God Bragging on You?

Is God Bragging on You?

What My Dad Taught Me (Part 1) Hebrews 10:23 “Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” (ESV) On Sunday, my Bible Fellowship class discussed Job. It got me thinking about suffering. Job did not experience suffering because he had sinned. Although many times the choices we make lead to suffering, we cannot always equate our suffering with sin we have committed or someone else has committed against us. Also, Job…

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David Lingo

David Lingo

My Dad, David Lingo, is one of my heroes of the faith. He and my mom raised me and my two sisters not only in a Christian home, but also in a missionary home. All three of us were saved at a young age and participated in the ministry. My parents were adamant God had not called them to the field, He had called all of us. As a result, I never felt like being a missionary kid deprived me…

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