What are YOU eating?

Jesus said, “My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me and to finish His work.” (John 4:34) Jesus lived—and died and lived again—to reveal the heart of God to men and to restore relationships that have been destroyed by lies and darkness. What am I eating?…

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THE YES! REALITY

When you come to the rudimentary essence of matter, you find a positively charged proton with negatively charged electrons swirling about. Such is life and the essence of God. God is for us, not against us, we know from Scripture. He is the Father who sings over us, or dances…

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Relationships that Matter

Moving in and out of relationships is a natural part of life. There’s a rhythm to life as we encounter and intersect with others. Most encounters are momentary and seem to have no lasting effects. Yet, for those of us who long to always be about our Father’s business, even…

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DWI: Driving While Intoxicated!

The blue light special was right behind us and it wasn’t the K-mart kind. It was the blue light that causes your heart to sink into your stomach. Yeah, that one–the law. Dwight was the driver and I, the passenger. “Were you speeding?” I asked.  “No, people were passing me.”…

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Until Lambs Become Lions

UNTIL LAMBS BECOME LIONS Post by Dwight Haymon Artwork by Sarah Haymon “Rise and rise again until lambs become lions.” – Robin Hood, the Movie, 2010 Imprinted on Robin Hood’s newfound sword, the words haunted him to the core of his being. When asked by Little John and Will Scarlet…

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Ministry to the Lord

One of the things I love most about Jesus is that He’s alive. We aren’t trying to meet with an idea or an image that smiles at us from afar. No, we encounter a real, living God and relationship with Him isn’t a one-way street. As we come to Him,…

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A Chicken Named Sozo!

Sozo (Greek):  saved, healed, delivered Elizabeth, 13 years old, was prayed for in Kambia, Sierra Leone, by our mission team.  As the team prayed, a demon manifested and threw her on the ground.  After a few minutes of prayer, the demon left and the peace of God came to Elizabeth.…

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Shift, Shake, Shekinah

One walks with trepidation, trying to figure out the “problem of suffering,” and why bad things happen to people. Though insurance companies are quick to judge anything that causes a catastrophic event as being an “act of God,” I am not quick to point the finger! Saying why an earthquake…

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Shifting…

There’s been a restlessness deep within me these last few months. Not a discontent. Not a hopelessness. Not a disappointment. But a restlessness. Not totally comfortable, but totally ok. This type of restlessness pushes and presses me into a new surge of faith, a deep stirring for the next “whatever”…

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Blood Diamonds and Where They Reside

Last night, I saw the edited TV version of “Blood Diamond,” reminding me of the civil wars and plundering that Sierra Leone endured through in recent years.  Last April, a team of six traveled with me through the country to places like Makeni.   We saw and met “amputees” and heard…

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