Inspiring story of Taquarius Wair – a high school football player who was burn over 55% of his body. Taquarius never gave up on his dream to play and is playing college football next year!
I’m here, poem by Dorothy E. Young
Christian poem: ‘Be Still and Know’ by Jacqui Julyan
Ah Oceans of blue by Jacqui Julyan
For He Alone by Jacqui Julyan
We all have people in our lives we are thankful for. These poems can be shared with them to show our gratitude for their influence on us.
Where is Your God? The Ultimate Question A Poem By Jacqueline
The Story of a Narcissistic, and Christian, Mother
Can you remember a time when someone saw potential in you and called it out? A time that someone encouraged you, believed in you, and cast a vision for your future? These moments have the power to alter the entire direction of our lives.
Do we blame the weak mother who stayed with the alcoholic father and allowed it to happen?
For much of her life, Mother Teresa served the impoverished communities of Calcutta, caring for the sick and sharing the love of Christ and because of that, her very name became a metaphor for selflessness and goodness during her lifetime.
“Sparkling Dews of Hope” are original Christian poems inspired by the Psalms of David by Jacky Julyan. All poems urge believers to hang on to hope through every struggle and trial.
Discover what is important to God, and watch Him move on your heart. Dr. Charles Stanley wrote God desires to satisfy our hunger for wisdom and the longing to know Him better. “Read the promises God makes in His Word. Ask Him to remind you of how He has already worked in your life, with all the wisdom, love, and power you will ever need for any challenge you will ever face.”
Clay has no plans of its own. It has no aspirations for glory, not even for service. Clay is clay, and it is even reluctant to perform its own given task, it is simply clay. Clay is moldable, pliable, subjective to creation, desiring a creator, and totally submissive to the will of its master.
Known for his combination of wit and wisdom, 471 years after his death, Martin Luther still has an influence on the Church.