What if the only place you could worship or talk to God was in a church building? What if those doors were locked? What if you could never get inside? The thought alone leads me into an agonizing, horrifying, desperate state. I can’t imagine life without God. I couldn’t live. God is the reason my heart beats, He is my every breath. And the horrible reality is, there are those who will wait until it’sRead more →
There are interesting and amazing contradictions and rebounds in God’s kingdom — a right-side up thinking in a world turned upside down. A world that says look out for number one, take care of yourself, store up your riches, and the one with the most toys wins. And yet God, who created the universe, came in flesh and blood to offer Himself as a sacrifice for our sin. He Who gifted life, gifts again withRead more →
Expect an adventure when you visit with DiAnn Mills. Listen in as we discuss fun memories, God’s amazing provision during a difficult time, and how to use the gifts God has given you. Great tips also included for writers! Award-winning author DiAnn Mills is a fiction writer who combines an adventuresome spirit with unforgettable characters to create action-packed, suspense-filled novels. DiAnn’s first book was published in 1998. She currently has more than fifty books in print, which have sold more than a million and a half copies.Read more →
“Do we know the power of our supernatural weapon? Do we dare to use it with the authority of a faith that commands as well as asks? God baptize us with holy audacity and divine confidence! He is not wanting great men, but He is wanting men who will dare to prove the greatness of their God. But God! But prayer!” –A. B. SimpsonRead more →
Today is Thanksgiving here in America, and we have so much for which to be thankful. I could list pages and pages and pages of gratitude, for I’ve been abundantly blessed here on earth. Let me tell you what God has done! God saved me, restored and renewed me. God through the mercies of Jesus Christ has granted me salvation and an eternal home. I’ve been blessed with a wonderful sweet husband and son. I have a birth family who loves the Lord, and I have a humongous family filled with brothers and sisters in Christ who live around the globe. How grateful I am for time with God when I curl up with His word and speak to His heart as He speaks to mine. How grateful I am for springtime flowers, lazy summer days, the crisp fall colored in browns and golds, and the wintertime that covers and muffles in a blanket of white. How grateful I am for sweet gifts of belly laughing babies, wagging puppy tails, and purring kittens.How grateful I am for a sweet smile from a friend or a stranger. How grateful I am for a hugs and the blessings of a gentle human touch. How grateful I am for sunsets, sunrises, and clear-flowing mountain streams. My heart is full as I count blessings beyond number.Sweet friends, today and every day may our Thanksgiving be offered to the God who offers His love and eternal life to all. Heavenly Father, I can never thank You enough for all You’ve done for me. Thank You, Father. Thank You, I’m eternally grateful and thankful. Thank YOU!Read more →
I’m so familiar with David – shepherd boy turned King – that I often skim past his story (1 Samuel 17:34-37). David was a shepherd, but not a complacent shepherd. He risked life and limb to rescue the sheep in his care. And I wondered would I have taken on a bear or a lion to save one sheep? To be honest, probably not—at least not without a bazooka.These vicious predators didn’t just turn andRead more →
What if you knew Jesus was coming back next month? Would you live differently? Would you worry less about life and your savings account? Would you be more generous with your time and money? Would your prayers be more fervent?
Would you love God more? Would you truly obey God’s commands? Would you love God with your actions and your words?
Would you be more bold and tell others the good news? Don’t waste a moment. Time is short. Tomorrow is not guaranteed.
Don’t be like those who say…. If only I had known…