Do you even realize how much God Loves You! Yes YOU! Every single detail of your daily life is so very important to God, the one who placed the sun, moon, stars and universe in it's place ALSO cares deeply about whether you will get that job, if your children will ever listen to you, if your parents will stay together or separate, if you car gets fixed, if you have a home, if you will eat tonight, if that long lost friend will ever be in your life again...."EVERY" thing that is important to you IS important to God! Trials can be a distractions, BUT when you allow God To be God in the process of moving "Through" the trial, God Will not only restore all that you have lost along the way, but He will create in you all that you were meant to be in the first place, allowing you to fully step into the reason your were created.

"Casting the whole of your care [all your anxieties, all your worries, all your concerns, once and for all] on Him, for He cares for you affectionately and cares about you watchfully." 1 Peter 5:7


BEST MESSAGES YOU'LL EVER HEAR! VISIT ONE OF THE BEST CHURCHES IN ARIZONA, CCV (Christ Church Of The Valley). Here is their latest message...."READY OR NOT."...You can fight it, you can try and resist it, but life is all about change. Sometimes it’s welcome, and we root for it. Other times it’s the last thing we want or saw coming. One thing is certain though, when change comes, it will bring both opportunities and dangers. Join us for this new series, Ready or Not, where we’ll learn how to not only survive the transitions of life but to thrive in the midst of them.


Ready or Not (Week 1)

Discuss 1This weekend, Ashley shared that you’re never more teachable than inthe midst of a t...

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Integrity Means You’re the Same Person in Private and in Public
Rick Warren — July 12, 2018

“God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God” (Matthew 5:8 NLT).

As you strive to build a life based on values that last, it’s important to establish and maintain integrity. The Bible says in Matthew 5:8, “God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God” (NLT). To “see God” means to experience the presence of God. Believers who have a pure heart get to feel the power of God. They get to know the purpose of God for their lives. They get to live in the peace of God. They experience the pardon of God.

Do you want to be one of those people? We don’t talk a lot th...

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Your Work and Your Worth Are Two Different Things

By Rick Warren — June 25, 2018

“I have also learned why people work so hard to succeed: it is because they envy the things their neighbors have” (Ecclesiastes 4:4 GNT).


We can come up with many excuses for overworking. Sometimes we blame it on providing for our family. Other times we insist our work is so important that to slow down would be negligent. But usually, it’s a values problem. We start valuing the wrong things. Specifically, we value the acquisition of stuff above all else. The Bible says, “I have also learned why people work so hard to succeed: it is because they envy the things their neighbors have” (Ecclesiastes 4:4 GNT). God says we have two options: We can either spend all of our time keeping up with the Joneses, or we can forget them and reduce our stress level. But we can’t have both. That’s how this becomes a question of values. Do you want more stuff, or do you want less stress and more time with your family and friends? The choice is yours. Jesus said it like this: “What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?” (Mark 8:36 NIV). To put it in modern language, “What good is it to become president of your company but lose your kids or your spouse?” The simple answer? It’s not good at all. Your work and your worth are two different things. Maybe you grew up being told you’re worthless, and you’re out in the workplace trying to prove everyone wrong. In the back of your mind, you’re telling yourself, “I’m going to show them. I’m going to prove them wrong.” You work harder and harder, but no matter how hard you work, it’s never enough. Just about the time you start to relax, you hear a haunting voice telling you, “Keep pedaling. Somebody’s catching up!” You need to get rid of the voice. It’s feeding you a lie. As a pastor, I’ve been by many bedsides as people have died. I’ve seen many people take their last breath, sometimes at a hospital, sometimes in a home, and sometimes at the scene of an accident. Among all of the people I’ve watched die in my life, I’ve never heard anyone say with their dying breath, “I wish I’d spent more time at the office.” Not one. Don’t you think it’s time to adjust your values? Don’t be a rat. Jump out of the race. PLAY today’s audio teaching from Pastor Rick >>

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You’re Responsible for What You Allow in Your Mind

— June 13, 2018

““A wise person is hungry for knowledge, while the fool feeds on trash” (Proverbs 15:14 NLT).
Our minds control everything else about us. Our thoughts influence our feelings. Our feelings impact our actions.
What you think matters, because everything starts in the mind. To be a responsible person, you have to control your thoughts.

But let me relieve you of a little false guilt: You’re not responsible for every stray thought that passes through your mind. Stray thoughts enter our minds for a variety of reasons — conversations you hear by accident, things you see, stuff the devil puts in your mind, etc.

You’re responsible for how you deal with those stray thoughts. Martin Luther said it...

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You Don’t Have to Live with Guilt

By Rick Warren — June 12, 2018

“A man who refuses to admit his mistakes can never be successful. But if he confesses and forsakes them, he gets another chance” (Proverbs 28:13 TLB).

God is always ready to give you another chance. That’s a bedrock piece of Christianity. We’ve all been irresponsible. We’ve all screwed up. The Bible tells us, “Not a single person on earth is always good and never sins” (Ecclesiastes 7:20 NLT).

God doesn’t want you living with a heavy guilt trip about all the irresponsibility in your life. Guilt destroys your confidence, damages your relationships, keeps you stuck in the past, and even hurts your health. I read a report...

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You Have Direct Access to God

By By Rick Warren — June 1, 2018


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Meaningful Memorial Days

Cornelius stared at him in fear. ‘What is it, Lord?’ he asked. The angel answered, ‘Your prayers and gifts to the poor have come up as a memorial offering before God’. Acts 10:4


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Standing Strong on God’s Extravagant Love

By BY RICK WARREN — May 27, 2018

“God showed how much he loved us by sending his only Son into the world so that we might have eternal life through him. This is real love . . . he sent his Son as a sacrifice to take away our sins” (1 John 4:9–10 NLT).
Everything in life changes—relationships, jobs, fame. One minute you feel like a hero; the next minute you feel like a zero. But there’s one thing in the universe that will never change: God’s love.

Knowing that God still loves you no matter what happens — your failures, your brokenness, your sin — provides a rock solid foundation in your life.

Consider the small word “so” that goes before “love” in the Bible’s ...

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Before God Speaks, Decide to Say “Yes”
By Rick Warren — Apr 8, 2018

“The seeds that fell in good soil stand for those who hear the message and retain it in a good and obedient heart, and they persist until they bear fruit” (Luke 8:15 GNT).

God speaks to people who decide they’re going to do what he tells them to do, even before he tells them. It’s saying, “God, if you want me to move, I’ll move. If you want me to get married, I’ll get married. If you want me to leave this job, I’ll leave this job. Before you even tell me, my answer is ‘yes.’ Whatever you want me to do, I will do it.”Luke 8:15 says, “The seeds that fell in good soil stand for those who ...

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Three Things That Keep Us from Hearing God
By Rick Warren — Apr 7, 2018

“The seed that fell among thorns stands for those who hear, but as they go on their way they are choked by life’s worries, riches and pleasures, and they do not mature” (Luke 8:14 NIV).
You can’t hear God if your mind is crowded with other thoughts or concerns — particularly worries, plans, and activities. If we’re always listening to the radio or watching tv, the circuits are going to be busy when God calls us. We have to eliminate distractions.


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Our Mission At Dream City Church, is to reveal Christ to the world by loving people, cultivating community, and inspiring hope.  The Phoenix Dream Center serves over 40,000 people each month and believes in the incredible potential of the at-risk youth, homeless, and needy within our community. Services at the Phoenix Dream Center include a residential rehabilitation program, shelter and care for victims of human trafficking, affordable housing for men and women in transition, and distribution of food and clothing throughout various Phoenix neighborhoods where the predominately poor reside.The mission and vision of the Phoenix Dream Center is to help at-risk youth and the needy families of our community by restoring hope and allowing them to dream again. The Phoenix Dream Center aims to become an inner city resource that will help distribute hope to the homeless, food to the hungry, clothes to the naked, and restoration to the broken.Services at the Phoenix Dream Center include:

Fostercare Prevention


Christian Discipleship

Veterans Assistance

Community Outreach



Authenticity IS Important!

This Woman Right here is by far one of the most Authentic Christian Women, I have ever had the blessing to meet!  Her Life Example as a Wife, Mother & Friend FAR exceeds the Normal we see in today's society.  She truly Loves People and God's Love Shines Right Through Her!  I'm blessed to be able to hear what God speaks through her!  Thank You Alison for WHO Your Are & For how much YOU LOVE!

                                                                                                                  Tammi Gauthier

Alison's Bio

Alison is passionate about seeing women of all ages truly connecting to the heart of God and His plan for their lives. She has walked through painful times and had her faith shaken to the core, but she has learned to lean into the promises of God to find strength and hope. Alison desires for all God’s daughters to experience the freedom a life with Christ brings. She communicates practically with personal honesty, transparency, and a love for the Word of God.   Alison has been in ministry since 2002, and she and her husband currently are the Campus Pastors of Dream City Church Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. They have 4 energetic, fun-loving boys between the ages of 4 and 10 years old.

She enjoys spending time with her family, playing with her boys, finding time for date nights with her husband, and coffee!




“Freedom,” the author proclaims, “is meant to be lived!” As a woman, Alison Wallwork is able to speak directly and intimately to the unique troubles faced by women, and she identifies the core problem: the myriad variations of fear. She also outlines the ready solutions presented in God’s Word. In addition to sharing the story of her own life, she provides inspirational testimonies of other women who are “Living Freedom” by putting the precepts of this book—which are drawn directly from The Book—into practice in their daily lives. Baggage—real or imagined, emotional or psychological—is rooted in the burden of spiritual baggage, and shedding it requires a spiritual solution. Every woman should read this, and every man should give it to a woman he loves—though it wouldn’t hurt him to read it himself first!


Deborah Nazemi

Extraordinary Love For People!

Deborah Nazemi is just an ordinary woman with extraordinary vision to make an impact on the world around her. A wife and mother of 5 sons, Deborah has always had a drive to make a difference in the lives of others. She didn’t have an easy life, just like many others, but she has learned to use her life experiences to grow in her personal life and then help others to do the same. She has learned through painful and sometimes impossible situations, that trusting God is the only way forward.

Ministering prophetically through music, speaking, writing, and drama, Deborah is a best-selling author, ministry leader, and president of The Guy V. Lewis Impact Initiative. Her mission is to awaken and activate the bride of Christ, and she believes that God will set the world on fire for Him through his people; one life, and one heart at a time.  Deborah says that the most important part of her journey has been developing a deep relationship with God, even while dealing with tremendous loss, crippling grief, loneliness, and disappointment. In her season of tremendous suffering, she learned to know the voice of God, and discovered that only He could lift her from the despair, give her new hope, heal her heart, and change her path.  In all of Deborah’s writing which includes songs, plays, and books, there are reflections of her own journey. She authors books for the same reason she writes and sings music, creates elaborate theater productions, and speaks publicly. Her motivation and hope are that those who come to her presentations, listen to her music, or read her books, will be impacted as they hear of her experiences and be beautifully transformed. Deborah’s ministry has a prophetic edge. She takes what God speaks to her about life, our nation, or His kingdom, and creates a story-line or a message based on what she has been shown.  Deborah is a public speaker, but because of her background, her events often include music and a dramatic element to enhance the message in a way that the audience will enjoy and remember.

Some of Deborah’s websites and pages include:

Deborah’s Website: http://www.DeborahNazemi.com

Deborah’s Podcast: http://www.KnightLight.cafe

Deborah’s Facebook: http://Facebook.com/DeborahNazemi.Author


Deborah is available for, conferences, special services, worship concerts, evangelistic concerts, crusades, and other ministry events.


Deborah is available for radio & television interviews and media events.


Mom’s Pantry was built on the promise that no man, woman, or child go hungry. Mom’s Pantry is always stocked and always ready for the next visitor. Mom’s Pantry was founded because in Arizona, one in five families do not have the ability to provide enough food to feed the entire household. Through the collaboration and generosity of a local family and interested parties, the vision and mission to combat hunger brought Mom’s Pantry to life.Mom’s Pantry is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and aims to serve the community to distribute resources that provide much-needed nutrition to needy adults and children. Mom’s Pantry accepts donations of both food and money to help us meet our goals, and 100% of all donations – both food and money – go directly toward helping families in need.Volunteers are always needed to help stock shelves, coordinate food drives, and help with literally hundreds of different tasks to help make Mom's Pantry the best resource for those in need. Even more so, Mom's Pantry always needs donations of food to provide the best help possible for those in need. For more information on how to volunteer, host a food drive, donate food, or provide financial assistance, please contact [email protected] or main office number 602-867-7117.For a list of items you can donate, click here for our items list.


Mom’s Pantry can help. You have two options; call Mom’s Pantry at 602-992-0083 or drop by Mom’s Pantry at 13440 N. Cave Creek Road in Phoenix during the hours of operation, Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or on Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

If you have an emergency situation, please email [email protected] or call 602-992-0083. Our team will meet with you to determine how Mom’s Pantry can best help, and each family will follow a simple registration process. Each registered family or recipient will be qualified to receive emergency supplemental food-aid once a week, with a mandatory four-week review cycle.

The Los Angeles Dream Center

Rescuing people out of poverty, homelessness, addictions, and human trafficking, The Dream Center seeks to provide hope and empowerment to the homeless, at-risk, and underserved communities in the inner cities of Los Angeles by providing social services, intervention programs, and the love of Christ. Click on a banner below to find out what we’re doing to rescue each individual need and find out how you can get involved.

Find A Counseling Center

The National Association of Marriage Enhancement (NAME) is a network of churches and couples committed to biblical marriage ministry.We do this through a certification process where lay couples within the local church undergo intensive biblical training to be raised up as counselors to the marriages within that church and community. If you are seeking free bible-based marriage or premarital counseling, please contact one of our NAME centers near you.
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Best Therapy Is Without A Doubt "Laughter"

Michael JR. is sure to assist you in getting your daily dose of laughter!

"a merry heart does good like medicine, But a broken spirit dries the bones" Prov. 17:22

A Road Less Traveled....Michael, thank you for reaching out to those most likey less thought of!

Inspirational Videos... An amazing moment happened on American Idol Thursday night ... contestant Stefano Langone sings to stay on the show. And what a song and performance is so amazing!



I got a real kick out of this bird!!WATCH THIS VERY CUTE VIDEO

IT WILL SURELY PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE! Another Great Audition From Britain