Book Review: Jesus Was a Green-Eyed Brunette by Max Davis

If people saw less of us and more of Jesus, it would make a radical and significant impact on those around us. Read this exciting perspective on experiencing the sacred in the ordinary and loving others as Jesus loves us. When Jesus Was a Green-Eyed Brunette weaves heartwarming and miraculous stories of Jesus showing up in ordinary people, revealing that He knows us and is fully present in our everyday…

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Saturday Confession: My Relationship? It’s Complicated

If you’re on Facebook, you’ve seen the relationship status choice: It’s complicated. Yeah, that’s me. Not my marriage, but me. And Jesus. What makes it so frustrating is Jesus isn’t feeling any complications. He knows. And I’m really having a hard time with that. There are things I know about me that I finally receive. I’m an intercessor. I’m called to stand in the gap and pray. I’m a scribe.…

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Saturday Confession: Resurrected Fire

I don’t know what it is about men and fire but they seem to think their success depends on a roaring fire. I’m just grateful for enough flame to burn a marshmallow. But with a new firepit and nice weather, we’ve had a few fires. And frustrations. The last fire did not want to take off. It showed potential, sputtered, and returned to a bright ember. But then my husband…

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