Contact and Social Media

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17 thoughts on “Contact and Social Media”

  1. Michelle,
    Where do you and your husband attend church? What is your husband’s name? I’m curious because I served in Baton Rouge for a number of years as a Minister of Music!

    Ken Fryer


  2. Wow just found your blog and I’m instantly drawn while testing the spirt at the same time I’m in awe how you gracefully give sound and biblical reasoning and teaching. Praying for you sis! Excited to read more yummy blogs from you! Seriously Thankful for your love of Christ and not watering down the Gospel!!!
    Grace and Peace 💕


  3. I began reading your blog at the recommendation of a friend. I see your convictions are very strongly based on The Bible.


  4. I just recently stated following your blog and it has been a breathe of fresh air! Thank you for your discernment and commitment to the truth. It has been hard for me, as a woman, to share my concerns about false teachers with other women. Although I try to speak the truth in love, in my experience, it doesn’t matter how lovely I speak. I am either ignored, kinda shut out, or told to pray about it. Most women I have come across value relationship over truth, so any kind of discussion like this is seen as combative, confrontational, and divisive. I hear a lot of talk about unity, loving each other, and depending on God to sort it out. I don’t like being frozen out of friendships, but I cannot water down God’s truth. It is just encouraging to me to find other women willing to stand for truth. Thank you.


  5. Robin Kernan said:

    Hi Michelle

    I’m just wondering if there is an area where your posts can be printed. I’m old and am not very literate when it comes to ask of this but I looked and couldn’t find it. Please help if you can.

    On another note…. Let me tell you how thrilled I am to have a blog like yours to read. There’s so much muck out there and teaching that is just what I call “one click off.” Blessings as you navigate this difficult small pathway. You are in my prayers.



    • Hi Robin-

      Thank you so much for your kind words and your prayers. If you will go down to the bottom of the article, you’ll see a little button that says “share”. If you’ll click on that, you’ll get a dropdown of a bunch of other little buttons, and one of them says “print”. Click on that and follow the instructions. If that doesn’t work, you might want to highlight and copy the text of the article, paste it into a word processing document and print from there.

      Hope this helps :0)


  6. Jamie Ring said:

    Thank you ! The font is easy to read now. I really appreciate that you took the time to make this change. Also, I want you to know that your teachings and strength of conviction are an encouragment to to me.


    • Aw, thanks Jamie! Your kind words are an encouragement to me! I’m glad it’s easier to read now. I just wish I could make the font bigger in the body of articles without throwing the rest of the page out of whack. It’s still pretty small for me to read :0)


  7. Jill Lytal said:

    I didn’t realize that Bible Gateway had a resources section. I had only used the passage search function. There is a section on their resource page called Bible Engagement. In this section, one of the practices they recommend is Lectio Divina. Not sure what to think about that.


    • I would e-mail them with a polite complaint, explaining the problems with LD. Perhaps if they get enough complaints they will remove it. Then, you can continue to use the helpful parts of the site or not as your conscience dictates.


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