Posts by Michelle C. Danko

Hey, Believer! Bold Enough To Share The Gospel?


We want to be, but many of us are not. If you reside in North America, we tend not to really share our faith. Why? Some reasons include that it’s not popular, we fear persecution, fear of rejection, uncertainty, and feeling ill-equipped. In other areas, it could be that you fear not only persecution, but…

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Warring Over A Worrying Demon- And Winning!


“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28 Even though scripture tells us, on numerous occasions not to worry, many of us who find ourselves experiencing extremely stressful situations can’t help but be anxious. We all have a certain…

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You May Be Stolen From, And Not Even Recognize It!


“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may haveĀ itĀ more abundantly.” John 10:10 When most of us think of being stolen from, our minds quickly turn to financial loss. We can quickly rebuke Satan from stealing our finances…

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Save Chick-fil-A Bill Passes Texas House


The “Save Chick-fil-A” bill, also known as SB 1978, would prevent government from targeting religious businesses for their donations to religious organizations. The bill passed Texas state House on Monday, and appears to be set to become law. The History Behind The Save Chick-fil-A Bill “Save Chick-fil-A bill” gained momentum in legislature after San Antonio’s…

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Funston Helps Moms With 3 Steps To Wholeness


Kristin Funston Teaches Moms How To Live A Whole and Holy Life Working moms often feel pressure to perform well both at work and home. This can be very overwhelming for some moms, and can potentially lead to feelings of inadequacy in one area or another. Another area in a busy mom’s schedule that often…

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Peer Raising: Have We Lost Our Kids To Their Friends?


The effects of working parents on their offspring have sparked great debate amongst researchers. A study conducted by Ellen Galinsky, President of the Families and Work Institute, reported that fathers with children younger than 18 now work an average of 60.9 hours per week; working mothers, 41.4 hours. The reality is that parents are working…

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4 Methods God Uses To Correct You… But Lovingly.


Is God Just Grace And Love, Or Does He Correct As Well? Many Christians don’t want to think of correction as a characteristic of God because His correction would then be associated with punishment. People tend to associate punishment with anger, fear, and wrath in alignment with perhaps correction they received from their earthly parents.…

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Senate Revives Controversial Save Chick-fil-A Bill


Senate Fast-Tracks Bill After House Denies It Over Procedure The Texas Senate appears to be speeding up a religious liberty bill that LGBTQ lawmakers in the Texas House quickly killed last week. The Texas House felt that passing of the bill would be dangerous to the community. House Bill 3172, also dubbed the “Save Chick-fil-A…

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How Does An Angel Like Satan Suddenly Turn Evil?


In the perfect place of Heaven where there is no sorrow, pain, or sin, how could an arch angel such as Lucifer wreak such havoc? How could pride exist amongst an arch-angel? Furthermore, are angels given free will, or are they servants of God created to do His bidding? How Did Satan Fall From Heaven?…

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Why Was Jesus Baptized If He Was Without Sin?


John clearly invited all people to be baptized as a sign of repentance from sin. In our lives, it is an acknowledgment that Jesus Christ is our Lord, and that we put off our old way of living for the new filled with the Holy Spirit. Baptism throughout the ages has signified a repentance from…

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