Posts by Krinda Allen

Parenting: A Joy At Every Stage

Each of my three children were saved when very young. I had the joy of leading my daughter, and first son to the Lord, and they had a big fight with their very strong-willed younger brother one day that led to them all sitting down with my husband – he helped the older two lead…

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Even the Beard Was Real

“I tell you, Pastor, the man won’t show. John’s just not dependable. He never shows up when we need him. I don’t know why you picked him.” “He’ll be here,” I assured my head deacon, patting him on the back. Yet deep inside, I felt the same reservation. Tonight was the annual Christmas program portraying…

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Christmas Is …

Christmas is having five strings of lights,and none of them will turn on.Christmas is watching your child marchin the town’s annual holiday parade.Christmas is tears in your eyeswhen you hear the familiar carols of your childhood.Christmas is that dazed feeling you getwhen you realize you forgot to prepare a dish fora banquet – and you…

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The Announcement

“Stop fluttering your wings,” one angel said to the other. “You Know Who will be here any minute.” “What’s the matter?” the asked. “Afraid the breeze will make your halo crooked?” He reached up to touch the glowing circle and shot the first a less than angelic look. A third spoke. “The Lord God isn’t…

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Duty Bound

“I can’t see how this can be anything but bad, Micah,” Thomas told his younger brother. “We don’t have so much as two coins in the whole house. How are we going to be able to pay another tax? This will ruin us!” “It’s not as bad as you think. There…” “Not bad! Have you…

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I Saveded Mines for You

It sat beside her computer at work for three weeks before she picked it up and looked at it again. After all, it was only a candy cane. How bad could it taste? A black and white striped candy cane. A year old candy cane. A year old licorice mint candy cane. She shook her…

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Pruning the Vine

The grape vine was the first plant in Biblical history recorded as cultivated. It was a symbol of fruitfulness and its harvest season was a time of joyous festivity. When He spoke, Jesus used vines to explain spiritual truths. For example, pruning a vine involved four things. Let’s take a look at them. 1: The…

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Results

Seventy people at one company, sixty employees at three other companies and countless individuals in three countries all shared the Good News with friends, family and co-workers because two people decided to meet with God. In 1991, two Christian women at Northern Telecom in Atlanta, Kelly Roe and myself, decided to study the Bible together…

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My Story

As a child, I slept with covers over my head, fearing what lay in wait for me in the dark. This was no childhood fear of monsters under the bed or witches in the closet. This was mortal terror for what I knew first hand was out there. In my family, the demons were not…

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