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Celebration time!!

Sooo my big news? Dioneia and myself have been working together to manifest this beautiful sacred space. It's been challenging and it's been magical how it ended up to be. We've both learned a lot and are STILL learning along the way. :)We've felt the call to create a sacred space, not a business center. This space serves the higher source, the divine Mother, the Father, the I Am, the highest Source of truth. This is a temple where all can come for healing, empowerment and to find their voice again. It i... read more »

Thanks for your patience!

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Good afternoon! It is a glorious day. :) Even though I... read more »

Archangel Michael speaks on the living word Fai...

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE What is faith? It is surrender. It is trust. It is lov... read more »

The Great Buts of Human Limitation

Who are you, deep down? What is it you really desire to do? What is it you’ve been putting off for years, despite the constant yearning? We all have dreams, hopes, a purpose . . .  but some of us are sitting on our buts and may never see them realized. It seems the more [] read more »

One Day, She Met a Man

One Day, She Met A Man A Short Tale One day, while walking outside, she met a man. Or maybe it was a ghost of a man yet to be, she was never sure. He was throwing his hands Continue reading read more »

Keeping the FAITH

Im just a human being. I dont pretend to be good and be hypocrite. I dont go to church every Sunday, I lied, gossip, didnt read the bible, ungrateful to question God and sometimes i forgot to thank God for my everyday life. I just accidentally read this verse and i wrote it down in [] read more »

Spoiled Children Don’t Grow by Julie Arduini

It seems like so many people I love are in a holding pattern, circling the runway to promises fulfilled. As a parent, I underestimated how shattering this would be. When the kids were little, their safety and prayer they would Continue reading read more »

The Catapult by Julie Arduini

My goodness, where did this year go? In some ways it has felt so long, and yet, I know I missed posting here because it has been so busy. I pray life is treating you well. A couple weeks ago Continue reading read more »

Rediscovering Faith by Tara Randel

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 How many times have you recited this scripture? Perhaps studied the concept of faith? If you’ve spent any amount of time in church, Continue reading read more »

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled…Easier Said Than...

Let not your heart be troubled. You believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Fathers house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go Continue reading read more »

The Pressure Of Life by Tara Randel

As I changed the calendar to the month of August, I could feel my stomach tighten. I have a lot of projects going on and this month is going to be especially tight. So I told myself not to be Continue reading read more »

Are You a Striver?

by Elizabeth Goddard I just sent in a completed manuscript to my editor. My deadline is today, June 30th, so I made it! But so far I’ve never had to ask for extra time. I hope that remains the case, Continue reading read more »

Called, But Not Equipped by Julie Arduini

Years ago there was a guest speaker at our church who prayed for people and had words of encouragement for some. When he got to me I remember thinking he was the real deal. In prayer he shared Christs heart Continue reading read more »

Expectation by Kristen Heitzmann

I recently had reason to consider the role of expectation in life. It’s not something I typically ponder like grace or faith or wisdom or creativity. But I had a chance to see it in a new way, and thought Continue reading read more »

Surrendering Time Series on Sale Monday and Tue...

Although Ohio has seen 90+ temps already (and snow in May,) it is now summer. One of my favorite things to do is watch our daughter swim and have a book on the deck. And now, I want to put Continue reading read more »

The Changing Comfort Zone by Julie Arduini

As I juggle a new business venture that includes releasing two books and prepare for our sons high school graduation, I realized that over the years there has been so much I was certain I couldnt do, and yet, God. Continue reading read more »

I Will Not Hire Another Christian!

I have heard this comment too many times and I feel I need to address this issue.   Now before I start, I want to make it clear that nobody is perfect but there read more »

Denominational Wars

Ladies and gentlemen, brothers and sisters in Christ it is time for us to stop fighting denominational wars.  If what we are saying is, true then we are serving the same God.  So read more »

Dangerous Love – Book Review

I have spent several years as an expat but this pales in comparison to the life of Ray Norman and his family. The title “Dangerous Love” is truly fitting for this book! What happens read more »

He Is With Me by Tara Randel

February was a grueling month for me. I had to finish a book, which is due tomorrow! So all my time and energy has gone into the finished product. Still, even though I’m focused on writing, I have the privilege Continue reading read more »

Short Stories

bethere2day - Short Stories - Once all villagers decided to pray for rain, on the day of prayer all the people gathered, but only one boy came with an umbrella Short Stories read more »

The Bible and the Rebellious GPS by Julie Arduini

I have a Ford Escape with Sync navigation. Recently I had to update the software and with most technology, that comes with some bugs. One of the issues is that my dashboard electronic map at any moment can decide to Continue reading read more »

Peace Begins With Letting Go

Have you ever wondered why on certain days the sky shines so brightly and so warm and wonderful right where you are? Have you ever noticed the shimmering rays of the sun peeking through the clouds as if God is saying directly to you, Im here. ? Its because HE is there! He is smiling [] read more »

To feel your body change.

It’s quite interesting to feel my body changing. New sensations. Energy is now felt in places I don’t usually feel energy flow. There has been sensitivity to products and foods that I never usually have reactions with.Crazy pressure in my tailbone and up my spine. Some days the pressure comes up higher than others. I keep feeling waves of energy permeate my body and release rather forcibly through my hands, throat, head and feet. Oh and my vision! It goes from blurry to crystal clear, like lens adjusting... read more »


It's amazing the power of your thoughts. It's being shown to me over and over, how a simple small switch in thought can have a huge ripple effect on how your day plays out.I've been receiving more and more proof that the universe provides for me and will literally move mountains for myself and whomever else has enough faith and trust. It's an ongoing process, an ongoing test of your trust in these universal energies and yourself.According to the universe we are all worth it. We are all divine and perfect... read more »

A Heart’s Desire. First Look

Seven days before the release, here is your first look at A Hearts Desire From her very early Continue reading read more »

Crossing the Prairie Pioneers So Brave

From Thursday to Saturday last week the Young Men and Young Women in our church community went on a trek. Over the three days they walked about 16 miles. They were dressed in clothes their ancestors might have worn, which means the young men wore khaki pants or jeans, a shirt and a hat while the young women wore long dresses, bloomers and possibly a corset, aprons, and a sun bonnet or at least a hat. There would be no music, even though their ancestors carried musical instruments. The trekkers would no... read more »

My experience with these waves.

I'm going to share an experience that happened the other day, because I am have talked to a few others who experienced similar symptoms at the exact same time. So perhaps this will help someone to understand what it feels like to go through this shift. I feel it's important to state that the previous week around July 8th and 9th, I found out some pretty deep information about myself thanks to my guides, a friend and the timing being right for me to know. Upon learning more about myself I immediately... read more »


Greetings everyone, from Artsieladie! ♥Inspired by someone I held dear,One who's flame I did so revere,But all too soon his flame burned out,But his spark remains, I have no doubt. ~ Artsieladie ♥"Candle Holder"Candle Holder, where's your flame?Have you allowed dark to claim?Candle Holder, you once burned brightAnd now your flame is lost from sight.Where is thou's brilliant flameThat burned for Love with no shame?Where is thou's luminous LightThat once stole the darkest night?Why have you let your Flame ... read more »


Somewhere, sometime on this planet, Through mist and the midnight blue sun At the end of one chapter, effulgent, Continue reading read more »

In Honor Of A Father

Last night I had an encounter in a dream. So incredible was the dream that when I awoke, (super early) I was energized and jumped out of bed to write and bask in the encounter. It was perhaps the first dream that has done that(energize) since my hospitalization a few months ago. I was beginning Continue reading In Honor Of A Father read more »

Coming Soon – A Family Vacation!

In a few short weeks my family and I will go away to the Adirondacks. Our first Johndrow vacation. Children and their children. On a lake with a boat and a beach. So often in the world of Christianity, we have forgot the nature of having fun, times of respite and the over riding desire Continue reading Coming Soon A Family Vacation! read more »

Faith Based Art Journal

I'm here, alive, and well! Thank you for stopping in. I have been busy with life, and creating...of course!! If there was ever a goal for myself besides selling my artwork, it is to share the love of creativity with the world. To encourage kids, and adults to get in and try painting or drawing. It's more then just art, it's relaxing, and it's a wonderful way of growing and keeping track of life. I have done some cleaning out recently and found old notes/doodles and it's incredible to see growth or goals ... read more »

Faith and Writing by Tara Randel

Lately I have been hunkered down at my computer, typing away as I create stories that are under contract. I love to spend my day writing, love the unexpected scenes that pop into my head when my characters take over. Writing is never dull, that’s for sure. Each time I start a new book, I’m [] read more »

The War Room: Prayer is a Powerful Weapon Movie...

Im always pleased when Im given the chance to review movies early. Delbert and I got to have a little date to go see movie a couple weeks ago. Im glad we were given the chance to go watch it. It is one of those movies that will move you while youre watching it and [] The post The War Room: Prayer is a Powerful Weapon Movie Review appeared first on Tidbits of Experience. read more »

Christy Nockels: Let It Be Jesus CD – Just Rele...

Its my pleasure to introduce you to a wonderful new artist named Christy Nockels! I had the honor of doing a review of her latest album called: Let It Be Jesus. This is a beautiful collection of contemporary Christian tunes that you can certainly expect to hear playing on your local Christian radio station real [] read more »

Visita Iglesia in Davao City #VisitaIglesia #Da...

An unplanned activity today, when my father decides to have Visita Iglesia in different churches. When was the last time we do it together with my parents? I can't remember already, it's been too long. When I renew my faith and become born again, I was busy with my church activities, I haven't had the chance to join my parents again. Still I respect their beliefs and practices from old church doctrines.I did not block them just because of their RELIGION, I look at people from other faiths as people and... read more »

Love Never Gives Up

I am not sure why people always seem to go towards the lowest common denominator when it comes to believing in someone. The Bible tells us to believe the best. Perhaps we need to put a delay in our thinking to process to avoid the knee jerk response that creates and causes us trouble. I Continue reading Love Never Gives Up read more »

Check out the Mystery and Romance in Grace of G...

Sometimes in a world of right and wrong, the grace God gives us and allows the people around us to have during times of trial and tough choices is an amazing thing to witness. In the movie Grace of God youll find the storyline to be different than you may be used to for a [] read more »

The Wisdom of Proverbs

My church is doing a cool thing for the month of March.  We are reading a chapter of Proverbs every day.  There are 31 days in March and there are 31 chapters in Proverbs.  Works out perfectly right?  So my wife and I have been reading this together each night before we go to sleep. [...] The post The Wisdom of Proverbs appeared first on Small Biz Dad. read more »

A Must See! 23 Blast DVD #Review and #Giveaway!

What a truly awesome movie! 23 Blast is on my top movies list this year! Youve got to see this! This was an incredible story of passionate living even amidst adversity! Striving to be our best and never giving up is always something worth working hard towards, right? Well in this film you will see [] read more »

Only what you make of it...

I love finding old writings. It's a wonderful reminder from God to see prayers, feelings, ideas, and goals written out from over two years ago of where you were and where you are now. God can do big things, and it's an amazing feeling knowing that he has it all figured out neatly before you even have a clue where you'll end up! Who knew that little writings on scrap paper can bring up so many thoughts and emotions. You see these notes were written while I was at my dry cleaning job over 2 years ago. I wa... read more »

Jan 30 Verse of the Day

Verse of the Day Romans 1:17 For the righteousness  of God is revealed in the gospel from faith to faith,  just as it is written, “The righteous by faith will live.” Prayer for Today Lord, let my faith grow stronger Continue reading read more »

Grace is Sufficient

I am sure that at some point or another we all have suffered disappointments in our lives, sometimes because of our own inadequacies and other times because of someone else’s. Continue reading read more »


Remember when we were kids and one of our playmates would get into trouble and their parents would scold them as a result of it right in front of us? We of course would intervene and add or two cents like we were something special, only to be followed by the authority figure telling us to mind our own business and to let them handle it. Well that is also sound advice when it comes to sticking our noses into another’s choice of religion, or lack thereof. We may not believe in what they believe in,... read more »

Endurance in Faith

It is a known fact that our human nature continues to doubt our faith. It interferes with our belief and settles dust left from questioning our faith in God. Continue reading read more »

Humbly Exalted

For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, but he who humbles himself will be exalted.” Continue reading read more »

How We Are Ungrateful Towards God

Here we are a week or so after Christmas and I had an interesting conversation with my 5 yr old.  My wife and I went to Hobby Lobby and picked up a few deals in their Christmas clearance section.  We picked up a few more items before we left.  As a treat for our 5 [...] The post How We Are Ungrateful Towards God appeared first on Small Biz Dad. read more »

An Heir Of Freedom

A Fortune 100 company (Sony) has been stopped dead in its tracks. 42 million dollars to produce a movie, The Interview was “wasted”. A cyber-attack from a foreign country (North Korea) has held it up and won. Conspiracy, black hats and beliefs aside, the bottom line is this company was a casualty of “war”. (I [] read more »

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