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How to teach Christ esteem

Four Ways to Teach Christ Esteem to Our Kids

Teach Christ Esteem to Our Kids so that They Can Become All that God Created Them to Be. by Cherie Fresonke, @cheriefresonke Do you desire the kids in your church to become all that God created them to be? When I was asked to do an article on this topic by Calvary Chapel South Bay, […]

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Reflect His Glory

  Have you ever stood in awe of God as you watched the beauty and grander of a sunrise? Can you just feel His presence in the glory displayed? Well, that’s exactly what happened the other morning. I was blessed to be at the mission’s conference at Murrieta Hot Springs. I so desired to meet […]

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The Fat and the Lean (Weekly Devotions–7 of 52)

Photo taken by Cherie When you see someone in need does it move you to compassion? Does it break your heart? Do you want to reach out and help? Or do you simply turn away and go on with your life? As a missionary I have seen things and been places that touched me to […]

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Which Do You Believe? (Weekly Devotions–5 of 52)

Photo taken by Cherie Do you believe the statement, “Once saved; always saved” or do you think that a person could lose their salvation? It’s a conversation that we have had in our household for quiet a few years, yet it’s hard to come to a conclusive conclusion. We know the verse (and even others […]

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Weighed Down (Weekly Devotions–3 of 52)

Have you ever seen a person who is weighed down by sin? Can you see the hopelessness on his or her face? Can you see the emptiness within that person’s eyes? Doesn’t it just break your heart? Well the other day, during my morning devotions, I ran across Ezekiel 33:10b which says: Our offenses and […]

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What’s the World Coming To? (Domestic Abuse)

Yesterday in our quiet little beach city 8 people were shot and killed and 1 other critically injured by a man who was enraged that his ex-wife was trying to get custody of their son. Then early this morning in the wee hours that one still sleeps, we were awaken by the sounds of screaming. […]

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Warn Them for Me! (Weekly Devotions—2 of 52)

Have you ever seen someone walking down the path to destruction? Did you desire to warn them, but weren’t quite sure what to say? Were you afraid if you did say something you might hurt your relationship with them? Well, recently I was in just such a predicament and I made the difficult choice to […]

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Yearlong Adventure (1 of 52)

The other night as I was watching Andy Rooney’s final 60 Minutes sign off there were a couple of things he said which really got me thinking. The first was something along the lines that there is no lack of subject matter with which to write about. That interested me as a writer. Although I […]

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The Key to Forgiveness (Part 4 of 4)

Many of us desire to be rid of unforgiveness but have no idea how to go about it. For years, we have held on to our bitterness, which has now turned into the bitter poison of unforgiveness. Although we are tired of it, the unforgiveness is comfortable to us, much like an old security blanket. […]

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Forgiveness Is for Us (Part 1 of 4)

Unfortunately, we live in a sinful world. Because of this, we will be hurt. What we do with the hurt is what will set us apart and allow us to be a light in this dark world. Whenever someone does something to hurt me deeply I need to run to God and sit at His […]

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