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20Apr

Banana Pudding Cake Encounter With God By Rev. Amber Willeford

Rev. CrystalApril 20, 20160 Comments
Banana Pudding and The Call By Rev. Amber Willeford I found a recipe for Banana Pudding Cake on Pinterest and decided I wanted to make it.  This is weird for me.  I’m not a kitchen person, but I was inspired to try it by my love for all things banana.…
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13Apr

Licensed UPCI Female Ministers Map and Prayer Partnering

Rev. CrystalApril 13, 20160 Comments
Partner in Prayer to Bridge the Gap The Whole Gospel to the Whole World by the Whole Church Have you ever wondered how many UPCI ministers are female? Maybe you didn’t know there were any female ministers in the organization. Figure 1 shows the number of…
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13Apr

Sharing Your Story Campaign

Rev. CrystalApril 13, 20160 Comments
  Dear Woman in Ministry and Leadership, The Women of Vision Leadership Spiritual Retreat 2016 Committee is putting together a small handbook to give to those who attend the retreat. We are looking for stories about women in leadership and ministry. We…
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Sister Mikhael Trammell
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12Apr

Blessings in Brokenness By Mikhael Shere’ Trammell

Rev. CrystalApril 12, 20160 Comments
Blessings in Brokenness By Mikhael Shere’ Trammell The word broken is a word we’re all familiar with – it means to be reduced to fragments, ruptured, fractured, torn, or ruined. As humans there are times in our lives due to circumstances and situations…
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11Apr

Co Youth Pastors April and Greg Pruett Speak

Rev. CrystalApril 11, 20160 Comments
Co Youth Pastors April and Greg Pruett Speak   I am blessed to say that I got the opportunity to go to Bible College and Seminary with many young women who felt the call to lead in ministry. Several of them wanted to youth pastor, and were very excited when…
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Rev. Karen Peyton
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10Apr

Third Generation Preacher and Missionary to Alaska Rev. Karen Peyton “A Godly Heritage”

Rev. CrystalApril 10, 20160 Comments
“A Godly Heritage” By Rev. Karen Peyton “The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places; yea, I have a goodly heritage.” (Psalms 16:6)  When looking back over my life, this verse seems to sum it up very nicely.  I may not have realized…
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31Mar

When God Meets Your Brokenness…

Rev. CrystalMarch 31, 20160 Comments
Her hand stretched and reached for it before it hit the floor. Her facial expression dropped as you could see the temporary terror in her eyes. Without time to be caught, the glass fell to the ground, and separated into hundreds of tiny glass pieces. We have…
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30Mar

Getting Involved In Ministry

Rev. CrystalMarch 30, 20160 Comments
I always used to ask the question “How do I get involved?” I struggled with this question and at times I still struggle with this question. It is really hard to get involved sometimes as a female in leadership. Some churches have no idea how to…
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05Mar

Step Out of the Boat

Rev. CrystalMarch 5, 20160 Comments
Step Out of the Boat Into a Relationship With Jesus Christ The calling of God sometimes asks us to step out of the boat of our life by faith. The call of God asks us to forsake our comfort zones at times and walk by faith into the mystery of the Kingdom of…
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19Feb

Dear God

Rev. CrystalFebruary 19, 20160 Comments
Dear God, Please give me a sign. Dear Crystal, Here you go. Dear God, Please give me another sign. Dear Crystal, I love you, here it is. Dear God, Is this really the sign. Dear Crystal, Yes it is. Dear God, This isn’t the answer I wanted. Dear Crystal, I…
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