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Hey there, I'm Sunny Shell, a wretch saved by God's grace through faith in Jesus Christ the Lord. I'm married to the most incredible man on earth, who loves Jesus more than he loves me, and we have two precious adult sons.

The compassionately endures me through my metabolic disease (since 2004) that enables me to be more prayerful and careful about commitments I make and helps me to make the best use of my short time here on earth.

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WARNING: A Serious Case of Ingrown Eyeballs Can Kill


WARNING: A Serious Case of Ingrown Eyeballs Can Kill
Blur your eyes if you can't see the message on the chart. A serious, highly contagious, and remarkably debilitating condition known as Ingrown Eyeballs, if not handled properly, will cause a person to have a distorted view of God, themselves, and every person around them. If left untreated, it will cause serious damage and/or kill every relationship you have. Symptoms: light-headedness from straining constantly to look at self; hypochondriac (makes a great fuss about benign or truly malignant medical issues for attention); bouts of nonsensical anger; frequent mood swings; easily agitated, offended, and provoked; suffers from severe victimitis; ungrateful; is daily consumed with gossip and complaining; displays false humility to fish for compliments; flatters often to be liked; prone to self-indulgence, legalism and holier than thou attitudes which decreases the patient’s ability to receive and understand any wisdom from God's Word shared with them. If you
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Cynthia Paap: My "trophy" of God's grace

Cynthia Paap: My "trophy" of God's grace

I read this note on Facebook and was so touched by it, I contacted Cynthia and asked if I could share her intimate story of the grave news she received about her baby, the strong suggestion to abort him and the conclusion the Lord brought her to. Get some tissues, and get ready to experience a story you'll never forget. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My heart is heavy this morning. I feel the need to finally share this story with you, in hopes that it will reach someone who needs to hear it. April 13, 2010: A doctor brought in the images from my MRI and put them up on a big screen where we could clearly see our baby's spine had stopped forming at the 5th lumbar. She said, "Everything from here down is going to have issues. You'll need to catheterize him at a minimum of every 2 hours, and give him enemas every morning, and lifelong diapers. I can't stress to you enough the importance of catheterization. And in addition to the bowel and urinar

Should Christians celebrate Halloween, Harvest Festivals or Reformation Day?

Should Christians celebrate Halloween, Harvest Festivals or Reformation Day?

Halloween originates from the Celts celebration of their new year (November 1) with a festival acknowledging summer’s end and winter’s beginning. This time of year was often associated with the superstition that souls of the dead freely roamed the earth. Dismayed by this pagan celebration, Pope Gregory III moved the Christian holiday, All Saints Day, from May 13 to November 1 to counter the pagan influence on Christians. The night prior to All Saints Day, October 31, became known as “All Hallows Eve”, which is now celebrated as Halloween. Harvest/Fall Festivals are Christian alternatives to the superstitious, evil and gory elements that often accompany Halloween. During these festivals, churches request that no one wear scary costumes and some claim this to be an evangelistic outreach. Unfortunately, many don’t preach the biblical Gospel , but rather the watered-down, man-centered, "You can live your best life now" false gospel. Reformation Day commemo

Movie review: "Courageous" - separating the men from the boys

Movie review: "Courageous" - separating the men from the boys

My husband and I just saw this incredible movie this past weekend. We laughed, we cried, but mostly, we praised God for the gift of fatherhood and how it is accurately displayed in a media format. So many TV shows, movies, and commercials nowadays depict fathers as the idiotic, nuisance of the family, rather than the respected head of the household God created them to be. Then we wonder why they don't take the lead, or why they prefer to hang out with their buddies rather than their families. I realize not every father is worthy of honor because they are not honorable people. I understand many of us live under very different circumstances with men of authority, who abuse their position in multiple ways. I'm not talking about these men. I'm talking about the average Dad who often gets forgotten. The one that gets told what the family's weekend plans are and if he has an opinion of his own, everyone rolls their eyes and say, "Oh Dad, you don't know wh

Abortions and its effect on marriages: The ugly and rarely spoken truths

Abortions and its effect on marriages: The ugly and rarely spoken truths

Though 18.4% of abortions are performed on married women, the aftermath of the abortion  and its effect on her and her husband are rarely discussed, researched or published. There are many arguments for abortion , but none of them are sufficient to relieve the husband or wife’s unbearable grief from participating in their own child’s death. Most abortions are performed within the first trimester, during the time the baby is not viable. This is an elementary argument. Why? Because it is common knowledge that babies are not capable of surviving independently, from the day they are born and at least, up until they are three years old. If a parent does not feed, cloth and provide adequate shelter for a child within this age range, the child will die. Every mother and father knows this is true. When is a baby considered alive? Are life and death processes or events? They are both events. You are either alive or you are dead. And nothing dead ever continues to grow and develo

"If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice can be too great for me to make for Him." ~ C.T. Studd
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