Monthly Archives: September 2013

Be A Real Man


What does it mean to be a real man and a good father?

Young boys usually learn the most from what they see and hear from their fathers. It’s natural for them to want to imitate their dad. Then they begin to learn more from the world view. There are only a few relatively short years a father has to help guide his son into becoming a grown man. Fathers, teach your sons. The role model you are is based on what is in your own heart, and is the blue print that will shape the man your son becomes. Do you want him to follow God, or the world? There is no other choice.

Do you want to teach your son to be dishonest? Let him hear you lie.

Do you want to teach your son to be rude? Let him see you treat others harshly.

Do you want to teach your son to be lazy? Let him see you get others to take care of your messes.

Do you want to teach your son to be undependable? Let him see you change your mind frequently, and not keep your promises.

Do you want to teach your son to be disobedient and defiant? Don’t follow the rules when you don’t feel like it.

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Do you want to teach your son to be honest and fair? Then show him how, be honest and fair, be a man of integrity. (1 Kings 9:4)

Do you want to teach your son to be helpful and kind? Then show him how, be a humble man of compassion. (Philippians 2:3)

Do you want to teach your son to be responsible and productive? Show him how, do your own work and help others too. (Isaiah 65:21-23)

Do you want your son to be dependable and trustworthy? Show him how, be a man of good character and be consistent. (Matthew 24:44-46)

Do you want to teach your son to follow Jesus? Then show him how, walk with Christ and your son will follow. (Luke 9:23)

Do you want to teach your son to be a real man? TEACH HIM HOW TO BE LIKE JESUS!

“…but as for me and my house, we shall serve the Lord”.  (Joshua 24:15)

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Sharing Encouragement


Good morning!

As a way to say thank you to everyone that has shared their prayers and encouragement with me in my times of darkness, I want to do the same for others. It is always my goal to lift up the spirits of others, to spread hope and faith in Jesus.

It is my privilege to share the e-book version of “Faith, Hope & Miracles” for free from now through Friday night.

My life (and many others) were forever changed by the evidence of the power of God through witnessing His miracles in saving my youngest son, bringing him back to life and fully healing him. It gave me hope, strengthened my faith, and even more, gave me renewed resolve in sharing His great love with others.

From time to time, we all need some encouraging or hope, to know that Jesus is real and always with us. So please take advantage of this free offer while it lasts. And please share it, to encourage others in Christ’s love.

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I pray this day brings blessings of love, smiles, hope and friendships for you all. Thanks, and God bless! – Amber

Thank You For Your Prayers In Our Time of Grief


I want to thank everyone for their prayers for my nephew Karsten. He went Home to be with Jesus last night. His body has been freed from the pain and made whole again.

It is never an easy thing to struggle with an illness such as MS, but through out Karsten’s battle, he always tried to remain in good spirits, trusting in God to see him through. His courage and spirit touched the hearts of many people during his time here on earth, bringing hope and joy. It is that same hope and joy that will be cherished in the memories of his family in the days to come.

Please continue to keep his parents and sister in prayers, as I know their hearts are filled with a great sense of loss right now. It is never easy to loose someone you love so dearly. But I also know how our spirits can be lifted up in prayer, and that God will carry us through the pain. It will not be easy for them, I know. But God will give them strength and courage to go on, and bring peace and healing to their hearts, one day at a time.

Thank you all, and God bless. – Amber

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