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Let's face it, no one likes to clean house. Seriously, what's the point? It will only be dirty again tomorrow. But, if we want to live in a home that is organized and orderly, we must continue to clean it on a daily basis. The same thing is true for our Spiritual House. In this Bible Study, Renee walks with God through her kitchen and learns that not only is her physical house in need of a spring cleaning but her spiritual house is too. Come sit down with Renee and pray the prayer of Psalm 139:23-24 with her.

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Spiritual Devotions, June, 2017

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God Has a Scrub Brush. 

We all have it. It comes in all shapes and sizes. It gladly attaches itself to everyone, never discriminating on age, race or gender. Some of us carry it around like a prized trophy. Many of us try to hide it, praying no one discovers our secrets. Others wrestle with the weight of its load. Some are born with it, while others collect it on this adventure called life. It really does not matter how you got it or when you got it, the truth is we all have it!




Despite our greatest efforts, we can't get rid of it. Learning to live with it is life's greatest challenge.


Author Renee Kinlaw invites you to join her and a group of imperfect women who redefined their past by allowing it to become His-story. In this nine week Bible Study you will sit down and fellowship with Anna, the Adulterous Woman, Jairus’ Wife,  and many other women of the New Testament. Come and listen to the stories of the abused, the broken, the failure, and the sinner as they discovered that Jesus loved them…        


Baggage and All.

How does a Christian lose Christmas?
After all, isn't Christmas the essence of who we are?

Somewhere in the hurry and bustle of Christmas we forget what Christmas really means. In the busyness of "making" Christmas we forget the Maker. In the "giving" we forget the Gift. Christmas was made for us. It is a gift from a Holy and Righteous God to lowly sinners like you and me. We cannot make it. Neither can we give it. We must accept it and receive it.

"For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. (Isaiah 9:6)

Join Author Renee Kinlaw in a journey back to the heart of Christmas. In this short devotion you will find the truth of Christmas. You will discover that the meaning of Christmas goes far beyond twinkling lights. Even deeper than a manger scene.

Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.

(Jeremiah 33:3)

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