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The Influence of Wayne Smith

Wayne Smith passed away last week, and his funeral service will be tomorrow at Southland Christian Church, the congregation that he loved so dearly and served so faithfully for so many years. 176 more words

Christian Living

Her Ladyship's Notebook: The Power of Encouragment

I adore this quotation from Pollyanna. I think Pollyanna as a book has fallen out of favour, it is a bit sickly sweet for some, but I think that at it’s heart it has a good message; that it is better for us to seek out the good in situations, and that is is especially important to see and talk up the good we can see in other people. 161 more words

Her Ladyship's Notebook

Encouragement!

by Rob Gibson June 17, 2016

Post #8 in: Gleanings from a Sabbatical Journey…

I just returned from a national convention of similarly striped religious types. 634 more words

Sabbatical Journey

The Encourager (Jun 14)

June 14
The Encourager

Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalm 132:13-18 | 1 Kings 12:20-13:34 | Acts 9:26-43 | Proverbs 17:6

Today’s Scripture Focus: Acts 9:26-43

“When he came to Jerusalem, he tried to join the disciples, but they were all afraid of him, not believing that he really was a disciple. 207 more words

Encourager

This makes me smile so much! Not because I received fun, fabulous gifts from across the pond, but because a friend thought of me and wanted to bring sunshine and smiles into my day. 87 more words

Romans 1: 11-12 " I long to see you so that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to make you strong - that is, that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each others faith."

When you and another Believer meet, you have much more in common than you think, even if it’s a chance meeting in the grocery store.  You share the mutual faith in Jesus Christ and are both part of the community of Believers.  18 more words

Daily Inspirational Devotional

Encouraging the Encourager

Have you ever been starved for encouragement?

I think I see a global version of “the wave” passing across my computer screen. You too, huh? 878 more words

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