Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.


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The power of perception is a profound aspect of human experience that shapes our understanding of reality, influences our decision-making, and ultimately determines the quality of our lives. Perception is not merely the reception of sensory information but involves the complex process of interpretation and meaning-making. Find out how to take charge over your life and mindset.

Dating With Purpose

Find Love, Faith and Purpose, A Christian's Guide To Healthy Relationships.

In today's fast-paced and often superficial dating world, it can be easy to get caught up in the pursuit of "having someone" without considering whether that person is truly right for you. This book helps you to take a step back and consider the importance of being selective in your choices, and how doing so can lead to more fulfilling and purposeful relationships.


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Tools of the Enemy

“Many Christians... find themselves defeated by the most psychological weapon that Satan uses against them. This weapon has the effectiveness of a deadly missile. Its name? Low self-esteem.

Satan's greatest psychological weapon is a gut level feeling of inferiority, inadequacy, and low self-worth.

This feeling shackles many Christians, in spite of wonderful spiritual experiences and knowledge of God's Word.

Although they understand their position as sons and daughters of God, they are tied up in knots, bound by a terrible feeling inferiority, and chained to a deep sense of worthlessness.”

David Seamands