The Shield of Faith

Giving God the Glory

The Shield of Faith is something we must pick up daily in order to ward off the flaming arrows of the evil one. My life has been filled with bumps and bruises, grief and addiction but my passion now is pointing others to a Christ that loves and protects. My biggest wish is that you are inspired by my stories and know there is a God that cares!

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Jeanette Stark

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Universal Language

Why is there a P in pneumonia? Where is there a P in Psalm? Why is there a K in knuckles? And why on earth is there a T in Tsunami?...

Am I Enough?

Am I enough for you? These words penetrate my heart as I hear the Father whisper this question in my ear. It’s not a question asked with...

How Will Yours Read?

Many years ago, the topic of epitaph’s came up in a group of friends and the question was asked, “How do you want your epitaph to read?”...

Beautiful!

I came across this verse today: “He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one...

Do You Smell That?

Earlier this year, I wrote about dogs and their incredible sense of smell. That conversation was brought on by something I watched...

Light It Up

It was raining hard this morning! There was a small creek forming on the lower portion of the property when I left; little streams...

Shattered

One evening last week, I opened the garage door to put my cats to bed for the night. I was about to close the door behind them when a...

He Did What?!

“For the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. For it is written,...

Hit the Road Jack

I have three choices regarding how I want to come to town. I can take an Oregon Highway; I can take a back country road or I can take an...

Unquenchable

There is a place in the United States that is a near-ghost town. What once was a bustling mining community of over 2,000 had dwindled to...

It's Raining Cats and Dogs

“Would’ve, could’ve, should’ve”…a phrase I say often. “Better late than never” “Better safe than sorry” “It’s raining cats and dogs”...