Unashamed Living

Learn practical ways to apply lessons from the Word to your everyday life. “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” John 10:10

Loving the unlovable

Last Wednesday morning was like every other Wednesday morning: I dressed for work and packed everything the baby would need for a day at my in-law’s. Before I pulled out of our driveway, I said our usual prayer for safety on the roads. Then I began to sing some hymns and…

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3 Ways We Self Sabotage

Over the course of our walk with Christ, there will be times when the Lord will require us to have patience and wait on His leading. As we discussed in Grow your faith while waiting for God, waiting is not always easy for us to do. Yet waiting, the act…

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A Response to Hate and Fear

A response to hate and fear. UNashamed.

This week, which began with the 240th anniversary of this nation’s independence and celebration of the various freedoms in which our citizens enjoy, has unfortunately seen the escalation of senseless violence and tragic loss of life in a number of incidents across the United States. Communities and individuals are overwhelmed…

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7 Principles of an Unashamed Life

7 Principles of an UNashamed life.

Here at UNashamed, our mission is to encourage and equip men and women to live compassionate, healthy, emboldened lives dedicated to the service of God. Being a Christian is not easy, especially in the high-tech, fast-paced, secular world of today. The world tells you that believing in God is childish, your…

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Fruit of the Spirit

Do we have the Fruit of the Spirit? Galatians 5:22-23

Harsh, mean-spirited, and judgmental. More and more often, I am hearing saddening accounts of brothers and sisters within our church families who have been attacked by fellow church members for having different experiences, different opinions, different likes and dislikes. Attacked by individuals displaying the works of the flesh and not…

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Humble Ourselves For Time is Short

Droughts, wildfires, dust storms, hurricanes, floods, derechos, earthquakes, tsunamis; frightening outbreaks of West Nile virus and Hantavirus put large sections of the country on edge; the economic and political arenas are filled with uncertainty and conflicting messages. Today’s world would be alien to those who lived even a few decades…

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Vending Machine Prayer

Prayer Room by Raluca Stefan

I have noticed, and perhaps many of you have as well, that we, God’s people, often treat God like a vending machine. We insert $1 worth of requests and maybe, if it has been a good day and we are in a cheery mood, 25¢ worth of praises and thanks,…

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