For the Love of Big Balooka! A Tale of Faith, Family, Friendship and Forgiveness. For your middle-grade reader or the young-at-heart fiction lover. This book is for you and on sale now on Amazon. Also may be purchase by ordering at your favorite book stores. Buy now! Treasure forever! A great summer read.
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Wherever you are in your walk with God, these blogs may speak to the spiritual growth you have experienced in your own life. Stretch and grow always. The pain is always worth the gain.
Sprinkled with recipes and humor from time to time, I share personal stories simply to encourage and comfort others.
Each month your sweet kiddo will have an opportunity to express him/herself by entering a contest centered on your child's thoughts and ideas about God. The first five entries will receive a complimentary copy of For the Love of Big Balooka, A Tale of Faith, Family, Friendship and Forgiveness.
If you have been walking with the LORD for any length of time, you will soon realize that He is a family man! It began in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. when in Genesis 1:27, 28 he exhorts us "to be fruitful and multiply."
God is a God of faithfulness. Even when we are not, He remains a faithful and loving Father. In order for our mustard seed of faith to grow, Romans 10:17 tells us, "Faith comes by hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ" To be faithful to God is to embrace his Word fully.
Spiritual growth is for our benefit! We shed the old man when we humbly receive Jesus as our Savior. But it doesn't stop there, or at least it shouldn't. To make Him LORD over all the affairs of your life, you must apply the word of God. James 1:22-25 instructs, "Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says." Spiritual nourishment is far more valuable than satisfying natural hunger.