Dee Farrell

Christian Publisher


  • How the Weak are Made Strong

    I’ve been traveling recently (which is why this post is late) and have met some incredible people. The thing that struck me in our conversations was not our common relationship with Jesus but how in our struggles and pain that relationship comes alive with greater revelation and knowledge of this Jesus who is our Savior. The experience can deepen our love for Him, it can show us all what He intended by our salvation to help us live this life now, and it binds us, one to another, as Christians. D…

  • Three Steps to a Thoroughly Clean Home


    Spring is here! I am so happy to see robins and... the ground! The snow is gone, the sun is shining, and I have the urge to clean. Spring cleaning is a tradition, a rite of spring as much as daffodils and tulips. Jesus was often accused of violating tradition even though He said He did not come to do away with the Law. Matthew 5:17 says, "Don't suppose that I came to do away with the law and the Prophets. I did not come to do away with them, but to give them their full meaning." His life a…

  • What Christians Can Learn From a Fisherman

    Fishing poles line the shore, flashing in the setting sun. Tattooed dads, some young, some not, with sweating cans of pop at their side, hunker down by sons and daughters, casting and recasting, and patiently, some not, untangling the lines of their newbie offspring. One mom, sporting a turquoise baby sling on her shoulders and a wine red ponytail wields her pole like a pro. But in vain it seems. Fish are jumping beyond their casts, sending rings floating under the breasts of a family of Cana…

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