Author Daneille Snowden

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I have been happily married for 25 years to my best friend, soul mate and partner in the ministry-Brad. Graced by God with three wonderful children of whom I have home schooled for 18 years. I am also an ordained minister and love to teach God's Word as well as lead worship in our churches we pastor. Oh and yes, my dh and I have Pastored for over 22 years and thank the Lord for using us.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

WHEN HOPE DIES; HOPE WILL ARISE

WHEN HOPE DIES; HOPE WILL ARISE

  The question is where does our HOPE lay? As we live our lives, we face many storms and strong currents that pull us down, over and over again. Yet, we are back on top again riding along the waves that come. We learn that we do not have to live in fear, but to keep our eyes on Him who will pull us out of the torrential waters into a safe haven with Him; Who is the Lord of all, Jesus!
  Somethings in our lives, that have taken precedence over what God intended for us to prosper must die. Sometimes, we just face another END to a chapter in the book of our lives. Also, things that are staples in most people's lives are not be in ours and it is taken away. All of this is where we as humans tend to place our hope's in. 
  But let me tell you; there is a HOPE that is ALL POWERFUL, ALL PRESENT and ETERNAL and that is our Lord Jesus Christ! He had to die first, to then bring us ALL this amazing HOPE for our lives. Let things go, let people go by surrendering them all into the Hands of our Savior. Here you will find perfect peace and HOPE!
  Happy Resurrection Day to all! May you discover the HOPE that arose!
"And now, Lord, what do I wait for and expect? My hope and expectation are in You."  Psalm 39: 7
"Be strong and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for and hope for and expect the Lord!"  Psalm 31: 24

"The Lord is my portion or share, says my living being (my inner self); therefore will I hope in Him and wait expectantly for Him." Lamentations 3: 24

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Pray For Pastors

By Daneille Gray Snowden

I feel the Holy Spirit guiding me to have our prayer warrior mom's to lift up our church pastor's. We all have many different spiritual leaders in the communities we live in, and .... [link]

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

TABITHA'S HOME

   My daughter and I are studying  Beautiful Girlhood together. A lovely book filled with helps and truths to teach our developing young ladies. Mabel Hale the author shared her wise yet heart filled teachings during the turn of the century. Still, today as we read each chapter: wisdom is digested deep with our minds and hearts. Shelley Noonan has written a study guide, of which helps both my daughter and I to share our hearts even more. The lessons learned here will be passed from generation to generation.
   The chapter we read today was Home Life. I decided for Tabitha's grammar (she is just 11 years old) that she can write a small paper on what is a home. Here is what she shared; short but oh so precious.

TABITHA’S HOME 
By TABITHA SNOWDEN

  My home is more than a house. A house is where your stuff is, a home is wherever coziness comes alive. A home is anywhere your self comes out and feels at rest. A house is where parties and celebrations of life come alive. I like welcoming people in and making them feel at home. A house is a building a home is where you live, love is shared, prayer is offered and Bibles are all around. In addition, a home does not mean a house, it means wherever family is; a home is there. We are family; we stick together no matter what. Homelessness sometimes means people without shelter or sometimes means people that do not share a home. A home should not have to be big it could be small. It does not have to be perfect just homey. My home: friends say, it is cozy and nice (I like that). A home is where I feel at home not a house. Homes are nice to be in where you never want to leave. THAT IS MY HOME.    
   THANK YOU!

On a cute note, she hand wrote this and it was over a page long. She was so disappointed  after she typed it that it was as short as it was.