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The Prodigal Father

“Prodigal”: Spending money or resources freely and recklessly, wastefully extravagant, having or giving something on a lavish scale   Oxford Dictionary

To Simon, brother of my father, greetings and peace to you and your household. 1,571 more words

Bread For The Bride

Welcome to Charis Psallo

We are very happy to announce that Charis of Charis:Subject to Change is joining us as a regular contributor to Ishshah’s Story.

This means as well as posts from the familiar voices of… 136 more words

Biblical Equality

What If Revival Doesn't Look Like Revival ?

Y’know how everyone says they want revival?  And y’know how so many only really want a revival they can control or own or put their name on somehow?  682 more words

Bread For The Bride


This song, called “Destiny”, was written by me in 2003.  It describes three women found in the gospels –  the woman who poured her perfume on Jesus (Luke 7:37-48), the woman with the issue of blood (Matt. 402 more words

Christian Women

A View From The Coal Face

The often told story in John chapter 8 of an adulterous woman brought before Jesus by the scribes and Pharisees is familiar to many of us. 1,387 more words

Christian Women

The Foot of The Mountain

Had any mountaintop experiences recently?  By ‘mountaintop’ I mean those encounters with God that can leave us dazed with glory for hours or days, suddenly propel us into a deeper revelation of Who He is or enlarge our prophetic understanding of time and events. 1,187 more words

Bread For The Bride

From The Archives: Deep, Deep Love

In this season of newness, when we look back at where we have been and contemplate where we may be going, I have decided to share again this post from the Bread for the Bride archives.  1,266 more words

Bread For The Bride