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CLOTHED IN FORGIVENESS BY MATT LYONS

CLOTHED IN FORGIVENESS BY MATT LYONS

“Forgiveness now becomes part of my identity. This is strength, not weakness! I can boldly declare to a world that there is a God who forgives sinners like me. My life and actions now become the message of forgiveness and redemption.”

Matt Lyons 


KEEP IT REAL by Edith Moyana

KEEP IT REAL by Edith Moyana

I no longer need to view humility; humbling myself before God, my husband, my children and others, as a weakness. Rather, I can "keep it real" and rejoice in the realness that Jesus' perfect atoning sacrifice affords me.

I Got It Bruh

I Got It Bruh

I remember meeting one of my family members for dinner a while back. Our meeting came after a two week long period of tension, so when we met it was kind of awkward. We had surface talk for the majority of the night and neither one of us knew how to break the ice to get to the main issue. Honestly, I wanted to talk more, but at the same time, I didn’t want to stir the pot. We truly had an issue.

I had to be patient in this time of conflict, which was hard. I...


I Can't Forget Where I'm From! I'm From Eastside Columbus

I Can't Forget Where I'm From! I'm From Eastside Columbus

Over 26 years ago my family and I moved from Detroit, Michigan to Georgia. We stayed in Atlanta for some time, but then settled in Columbus, Georgia a year or so later. First we stayed with my cousins in Forest Park, but sometime later we moved to BTW Apartments. A year or so later my mother surprised my older brother and me with a new location. My mother moved us back to the Eastside of town. Regency Park, Forest Road, Eastside Columbus. I met good friends there, friends who I will never forget. I had many neighborhood mothers there,...


Praying In The Name Of Jesus

Praying In The Name Of Jesus

Many of us who have been walking with the Lord have used the words “In Jesus name,” or “In the name of Jesus” when ending our prayers. Some of us even make declarations, and at the end of our statements we say the same thing, "In Jesus name," or "In the name of Jesus." Why do we end our prayers or statements this way? Are these special words we have to use to be sure our prayers are answered by the Father? Maybe there's something more glorious and hopeful when it comes to praying in Jesus’ name. Text like John 14:14 tell...