From Kathy

“But for you who fear my name, the sun of righteousness shall rise with healing in its wings. You shall go out leaping like calves from the stall.” Malachi 4:2 

Malachi 4:2 describes the joy of seeing God’s work in our lives, whether by trusting Him more, exhibiting more of the fruit of the Spirit, or sharing God’s good news more freely. We all can be set free from wrong reactions to romp in joyful freedom like calves set free from the stall.

For that to happen we must recognize when we are returning to spiritual cisterns of lies and wrong beliefs. Jeremiah 2:13 tells us,

“For My people have committed two evils: They have forsaken Me, The fountain of living waters, To hew for themselves cisterns, Broken cisterns That can hold no water.”

My passion is to share with others through my books and speaking how to be empowered to turn from the broken cisterns of lies and wrong beliefs.

Heart transformation from the inside out is possible.

Thank you for visiting my website and blog. I hope it will create greater thirst for God’s refreshing and soul-hydrating flowing spring within you.

 

-Kathy

God's Intriguing Questions

Why does God ask questions in the Bible? Gain insights and draw closer to God through these 40 devotions based on questions God asks in the Old Testament.

Heart Wisdom

A women’s Bible study on the biblical book of Proverbs. Ten lessons on different topics the Proverbs addresses.

At the Heart of Friendship

Women’s Bible study with 10 interactive lessons on various aspects of friendship. Includes examples of women of the Bible with questions and commentary.

Pure Hearted

Pure-Hearted will inspire you to focus on desiring God’s glory and enjoy the benefits without guilt-benefits like selflessness, security, satisfaction, surrender, stability and self-control, along with others.

Never Ever Be the Same

Kathy and Larry show you the underlying causes of destructive reactions and how to make godly changes.

Partly Cloudy with Scattered Worries

Would you like to worry less? Kathy shares the secrets of trusting God more in various areas of life.

Choices of the Heart

Women’s Bible study with 10 lessons contrasting two different women of the Bible with commentary and write-in questions.

Whispers of My Heart

Women’s Bible study with 10 lessons on prayer for individuals or groups, with commentary and write-in questions.

No More Anger: Hope for an Out-of-Control Mom

is the vulnerable and true story of God’s work in delivering Kathy from abusive anger toward her toddler daughter and healing her marriage.

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