Remembering our American Heroes

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”

Matthew 5:4 

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Honoring and Remembering Our Heroes Memorial Day is a day to honor and remember those who have served our country.  Some of whom did not make it back home. We cannot put into words how much their sacrifice means to us and they will always be remembered as heroes in our hearts. We will always mourn those we lost, but know we can find comfort in God. Let him know your sorrows and He will bring you peace.  We still have men and women serving us today and a great way to show appreciation is to send care packages with food, books, toiletries, etc. A great addition to any care package is American Hero Tea.  Not only are you giving them a delicious tea to enjoy, but showing them that they are heroes in our hearts.

See how the Nest honors our American Heroes – www.spiritualnest.net

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Women Risktakers

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Gain spiritual insights on issues like friendships, self esteem, and prayer.

Dr. Patricia Bailey wants women to overcome all obstacles, real or imagined, and step boldly into all God has for them. Using examples of great women of the Bible – Rahab, Esther, Hagar, Hannah, Abigail, Debra, and many others – she shows that the common denominator for accomplishing something great was simply the willingness to be a risktaker for God.God is calling women to a task much greater than themselves – to change their world – And Bailey believes that to do so they must fully understand and embrace the truth that when God gives a mandate He also gives the power to accomplish it. His promises have been proven over the centuries in the lives of women – and are just as certain today.
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Women Risktakers

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Give five minutes a day to God for the next eight weeks and watch what happens. That means–

Study ONE scripture a day
Commit to EIGHT weeks
Take the ZERO pledge
At the end of eight weeks, the Word of God is going to be more real and alive to the reader than ever before as they gain spiritual insights on issues like friendships, self esteem, and prayer.

Dr. Patricia Bailey wants women to overcome all obstacles, real or imagined, and step boldly into all God has for them. Using examples of great women of the Bible – Rahab, Esther, Hagar, Hannah, Abigail, Debra, and many others – she shows that the common denominator for accomplishing something great was simply the willingness to be a risktaker for God.

God is calling women to a task much greater than themselves – to change their world – And Bailey believes that to do so they must fully understand and embrace the truth that when God gives a mandate He also gives the power to accomplish it. His promises have been proven over the centuries in the lives of women – and are just as certain today.

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