Jeannine Moffitt ministers to women
from all walks of life through 
her prayer journals and teaching.
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“No matter where you’ve been–fatherless, abused, abandoned, or divorced; No matter where you are presently–sick, a single parent, addicted, in financial trouble–you can become the woman God intended for you to be. Our past does not dictate our future. God has a plan for our lives regardless of our circumstances. We have a choice in what we do, and that first critical choice is to trust God with our lives. He promises that when we give our life to Him, He will show us how to live victoriously each and every day.”
About Jeannine: Jeannine Moffitt is a Christian speaker, author, family woman and cancer survivor. Jeannine has followed Jesus through  many years as a Pastor’s wife, 12 years of homeschool teaching, a corporate job, and a recent run in with cancer. God has used these experiences to help her to understand and encourage women from many walks of life. She encourages women to reach their God-given potential through her clear, humorous and quick-witted Bible teaching.
Call to Me Prayer Journal
In Jeremiah 33:3, God promised, “Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and mighty things which you do not know.” Call to Me Prayer Journal helps every woman in their pursuit of God by bringing prayer and journaling into one convenient place. Call to Me Features:
• Beautiful, easy-to-use weekly format to write prayer requests and God’s many answers
• Plenty of journaling space to record how God speaks to us through His Word
• Scriptures for various topics to help every woman in prayer
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Living In The Dash

Went to a funeral this week and have another one this weekend. As a Christian we like to call them “A Celebration of Life.” And it is. When we have lived our life in Christ, for Christ, it is a life well lived. Like Billy Graham use to say, “ I’m not going to be dead, I will have just changed my address.”  That is true for one who dies in Christ. Romans 6:8 says, “if we have died with Christ, we b …


A simple question

How may I pray for you? It is a simple question and yet can be so complex. Sometimes when we ask to pray for someone, we can a myriad of answers. One person may so, “oh well, just pray for my friend …


Time is Fleeting


Be Anxious for Nothing

Last week I had some lab work done and a CAT scan. My blood pressure was…well, lets just say it was very high. So high, the nurse took it again using my other arm! so much for being anxious for nothing!


The Art of Waiting

Steadfast. That’s the word the Lord gave to me at the beginning of the year 2016. “What an odd word,” I thought. I couldn’t help but wonder if something would soon shake my world or test my faith, requiring me to be steadfast. I felt unnerved.

My suspicions were right. Not long after receiving my word, I was diagnosed with stage three non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. The diagnosis came as quite a shock; I lived a holistic, healthy lifestyle, and cancer doesn’t run in our family. Cancer is no respecter of persons. It can hit anyone.

The Lord knew that chemotherapy and its challenging side effects would require me to practice steadfastness. Each day I had to cling resolutely to what I knew to be true in my heart despite what I felt in my body.
What did I know to be true?


Don’t Give Up


2 Corinthians 4:17-18 (MSG)

So we’re not giving up. How could we! Even though on the outside it often looks like things are falling apart on us, on the inside, where God is making new life, not a day goes by without his unfolding grace. These hard times are small potatoes compared to the coming good times, the lavish celebration prepared for us. There’s far more here than meets the eye. The things we see now are here today, gone tomorrow. But the things we can’t see now will last forever.

During my fight against cancer, I had a meltdown.


Blessings in the Valley

Recently, God spoke to my heart through Psalm 118:17-18: “I will not die, but live. And I will tell what the Lord has done. The Lord has taught me a hard lesson, but he did not let me die.”
That made me think of Psalm 23:4: “Even when I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, (some translations say darkest valley), I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me.”