Salvation is only found through belief in Jesus Christ, his sacrifice on the cross and resurrection from the grave. What I hope to do is help people understand that the sacrifice has already been made and there is nothing we can to do earn it, buy it, win it, steal it...all we can do is live it - and Micah 6:8 gives us direction on how we can do that.

"What does the Lord require of you But to do justly, To love mercy, And to walk humbly with your God." (NKJV)

Submitted by: Erick Makela



Mustard Seed Blog

The aim of Mustard Seed Blog is simply, encouragement. I hope my blog posts never come across as ‘this is how you do it’ – as though I’d ‘arrived’ myself, because I definitely haven’t! Like you, I’m a work in progress in the Potter’s loving hands. Isaiah 35:3-4 is the mission statement of Mustard Seed Blog.
“With this news, strengthen those who have tired hands, and encourage those who have weak knees. Say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, and do not fear, for your God is coming to destroy your enemies. He is coming to save you.”

Submitted by: Jill McIlreavy


The Outlaw Bible Student

My name is Ray Hermann and now that I’m retired and running this ministry, I have more time to research and write about many of the Christian ideas that cross my mind. Although many of my posts are just reflections on my life and how I relate to God, you will find many articles uploaded that are serious in-depth studies on religious-related topics. Sometimes, I do like to write about things in the bible that sometimes get passed over rather quickly in a pastor’s sermon. Join me on The Outlaw Bible Student site – and please leave your comments, too.  

Submitted by: Ray Hermann


Sheep Once Silenced

I am a sheep who listens to her Shepherd’s voice and seeks to follow Him. I blog to share my passion for scripture, exploration of my personal experiences, and offer a haven for readers to share their voice. I encourage people who are silent to speak against their fear, embarrassment, or shame.

In my blog, ‘Sheep Once Silenced’ (SOS), you will find a place where you can urgently call out for help. I encourage you to call upon the name of the Lord, to confide in this community of readers, and to ask for prayer as needed, when needed.

Sheep Once Silenced

Submitted by: Rachael McCloskey

Unshackled Life Ministries

The heart of Unshackled Life Ministries is to lead people struggling with bondage and addiction of any kind into an encounter with the Cross of Christ and all that it represents: the indescribable love of God towards them, the reality of the death of self that it demands, the power of God’s Word to transform, free, heal and restore us, and the entrance into a vibrant spiritual life worth living in Christ Jesus.

Unshackled Life Ministries 

Submitted by: Dalyn Woodard


Inspiring Life Chats

One of the terms I have learned, mostly from the teen girls I volunteer with, is this idea of a life chat. It's basically getting together with a good friend and talking about the things of life. It almost always involves tea. It's a chance for friends to give their opinions and tell stories in an uplifting way. A life chat is a way to connect on a deeper level and share yourself in a setting that is completely safe.

Inspiring Life Chats

Submitted by: Andrea Calvert

Watts Bugging You

At Watt’s Bugging You, we have a BUG mission to touch children’s and parent’s lives. Our series of children’s books and products are aimed at helping parents talk through real life scenarios (cancer, bullying, adoption, disabilities, moving, etc.) with their young children (2-6 yrs. old) using faith messages, children’s language, and children’s characters (Bugs).

Submitted by: Kristen Barnett