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Find many of Debbie’s teachings free in her online audio podcasts and videos. Follow the link below to browse through these messages.

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Verse of the Day

Do you have a daily reading plan, but also like to have a place where you can easily read a verse a day? If so, find an inspirational verse of the day here.

Contemporary Music

Listen to free contemporary Christian music, Internet radio here.

Sacred Favorites

Listen to free Sacred Favorites Christian music on Internet radio here.

Word or Verse Study

Bible study shouldn’t be hard. But…sometimes it is. Especially if you don’t know where to start. So, here’s a free and easy way to study the Bible.

Select a topic that you’re interested in and enter it into the search bar below. Then look up what God says on that subject. You’ll be blessed and grow in your knowledge of the Lord.

Here are some topics to get you started: LOVE, FORGIVENESS, PATIENCE, KINDNESS, JOY, PEACE, HOPE

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Listen to the Bible

Are you more of an auditory learner than a visual learner? Try listening the the Bible in audio form!

Also, check out this free resource on how to listen to the Bible on Bible Gateway.

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A Holy Jolt

I struggled with today’s devotional because first I went in one direction and then another. There are so many important points!  The key verse is 1 Timothy 6:15 and the Lord’s attribute is King of Kings. It’s a rich verse. “He who is the blessed and only Sovereign, the KING OF KINGS and Lord of lords, who alone possesses immortality and dwells...

The Sermon On the Mount

Sometimes, we don’t need commentary or someone’s ideas or interpretation. We just need Jesus’s words – plain and simple. Equally important, we need to take them to heart. Yes, our nation and world have lots of problems. But what if we began solving them by individually obeying Christ, our LORD?  I encourage you to slowly read Jesus’s sermon as if...

The Missing Verse in Your Bible

One Sunday during the sermon, my pastor referred to a missing verse – Mark 15:28  – that some Bible versions don’t include. As he talked about the missing verse, I began thinking about how many people have a Bible but it is missing from their daily lives. In other words, they have a Bible but don’t read it every day....