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Encouragement for Life
Whether you are going though a rough time in life or just looking for a source to help hold you up; God's Word is the greatest source of encouragement for our lives. As part of our mission here to inspire, entertain, and inform from a Christian perspective, we are committed to provide you with the resources you need to find God's truth and encouragement for your life.

Here you will find devotionals that will encourage you each month.

Fun in the Son!

I love to watch kids at play.  They are so carefree and spontaneous.  Their imagination amazes me as ideas are expressed through interactive play with one another.  The energy and enthusiasm coming from their little bodies is fun to see and can be contagious when I relax enough to soak it up.  Kids know how to have fun and enjoy each day.  I am learning from them how to have fun and not be a boring, busy and tired adult.  I'm looking for Fun in the Son this summer!  

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Guarding Freedom

This sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it?  If freedom means we are free then why do we need to guard it?  Yet today, more than ever, I believe the guarding of freedom pertains specifically to Christians.  Read headlines of stories around the globe and you will see how the expression of Christian faith is challenged and most times penalized. 

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This Father's Day, I Choose To Love

Father’s Day has always been tough for me because I wish my relationship with my dad could be different and better.  Even though we live in the same town, I rarely talk to him about anything in depth.  I am as much responsible for the state of our relationship as he is and being a follower of Christ, I know that I should make more of an effort to reach out to him.  When my boys were born, I thought the bond between dad and I would strengthen because of the possibility that we might spend more time together.  Regrettably, this did not happen so I became resentful of my dad. 

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About the Author:
A refugee from Vietnam, Phuong came to Erie in February 1980 with her parents, 4 siblings and maternal grandmother after escaping communism in May 1979.  Their miraculous 11 days survival in the Pacific Ocean on a tiny wooden fishing boat was an act of God’s grace and mercy.  She grew up with an awareness of God but didn't know Him personally until she received a second chance at life in her mid-twenties.   Now, her passion is to encourage and help people discover the healing power and life changing truths of Jesus Christ.  Phuong resides in Green Township with her husband Scott and two boys, Isaiah and Caleb.