|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on June 3, 2016 at 8:00 AM||comments (0)|
Last year in September, while searching Amazon for something to watch while relaxing after a long work day, a movie about writing caught my attention. The Lord has used it to begin a new aspect of writing for me, which has now turned into a greeting card selection.
SEW stands for Sowing Encouraging Words. We can do this anywhere we go, any time, all the time. We have flat cards that are great for evangelizing and now complete cards for many occasions. We have about 50 cards to offer. We're always looking for new inspirational writers to join.
So, if you feel so inclined to write and inspire others, email or text us.
In the meantime, have a look at our cards on the website or request an interactive catalog available via email. The catalog is also available through the "Document files" link. Scroll down to RPJ catalog.
Blessings to all!
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on November 7, 2013 at 6:00 AM||comments (3)|
May the Prince of Peace bring us peace, may useless activity and chaos cease, as hearts and minds overflow with God’s grace, and we share that peace in every place. This excerpt is from Monday of week one from Peaceful Moments of Love and Light, a new 52-week daily devotional by Connie Arnold, which has recently been released by RPJ and Company in paperback and hardcover, both in full color.
This is a lovely addition to her other RPJ books, Abundant Comfort and Grace and A Symphony of Seasons. All are beautifully designed by RPJ. All of Connie's books can be seen and ordered at http://www.rpjandco1417.com/apps/webstore/products/category/693685?page=1 This post is part of a blog tour for Peaceful Moments of Love and Light. Details of the tour, blog schedule and a list of prizes may be found at http://conniearnold.blogspot.com/ and your comments here and on the other blogs earn you entries to the giveaway. Here is a small sample of what people are saying about Connie's new devotional:
"These brief, but beautiful glimpses of love and light reflect many of the teachings of the Word of God that may help the daily walk of a Christian in today's world." - The Rev. Daniel Clark
"Pure goodness. Distilled beauty. Connie Arnold's words sparkle with promise like dewdrops in the morning's first light." - Elizabeth Allen, MD
"Connie Arnold's writing expresses so well the beauty of creation and God's love for us. Reading a short and heartfelt verse is a great start to every morning and will leave each reader with a feeling of peace to help throughout the day." - The Rev. Dr. Mary Abrams
May we never forget to allow time each day to soak in God's peace, love and light and offer thanks and praise to the Creator of all things, our Lord and Savior.
|Posted by Humble Servant 4 Jesus on August 30, 2012 at 1:05 PM||comments (0)|
The author has done it again. She has brought the word of God to the reader in a whole new light. "Destined for Grace" will open the reader’s eyes and allow God’s truth to penetrate the boundaries - that wall of defense - built, based upon enemy lies. Who could ask for more?
As part of the “Destined” series, see what the Lord has done and receive His abundance of grace! Why wait until desperation leads to more bad decisions? An enlightening look at grace worth reading! Then receiving!
…Blessed is the man who trusts in Him! (Psalm 34)
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on August 9, 2012 at 10:35 AM||comments (0)|
Last month during a ministry meeting we learned that principles are set in motion by the words we speak (those which come out of our mouth!)
We were encouraged to speak to our body every day--every organ, including the blood and cells to line up with the Word of God
When we speak curses over ourselves, loved ones, friends or those we don't know, it is always accompanied by sin and death. And, mountains can be removed by the words from our mouths.
So, what should we speak? I'm glad you asked. Below is a guide to speak life and blessing over ourselves, families and friends:
Is is TRUE?
Is it KIND?
Is it NECESSARY?
Is it LIFE-GIVING?
If the answer is yes, then speak. If NOT, then don't speak. Words can harm or bless... which ones will you choose this day?
Shared by one of my favorite leaders... Linda Markowitz. If you'd like to learn more about Linda or get on her mailing list, visit: www.lindamarkowitz.com.
|Posted by Humble Servant 4 Jesus on July 8, 2012 at 7:25 PM||comments (0)|
In the manner of a noteworthy adventure, the author recounts her remarkable steps of faith and adherence to the truth of God’s Word. Through her journey, the reader is challenged and inspired to walk in her footsteps and find that reachable goal of increased faith.
|Posted by Humble Servant 4 Jesus on July 3, 2012 at 12:05 AM||comments (2)|
Amazing results can be found within these pages. The author/creator has put together an extraordinary list of fruitful reminders where no explanation is necessary. For the reader having difficulty making a “gratitude list”? Look no more. God has a lot to say about us – find out what -- in these affirmations written specifically for the reader!
Deuteronomy 31: 6 tells us: Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for the LORD thy God, he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.
|Posted by Humble Servant 4 Jesus on June 15, 2012 at 7:25 PM||comments (0)|
Just finished. GREAT BOOK!!
This book is for the reader who wants to be healed.
An excellent read: The author simplifies the journey by applying experience with God’s truths. “If only” is removed out of the equation. By faith, no matter how great or small, the reader’s measure of faith can be brought into alignment with the Holy Word of God and result in victory over the enemies lies. Be prepared to believe what Jesus of Nazareth has already accomplished through the cross. We truly are Destined to be Healed.
|Posted by Humble Servant 4 Jesus on June 5, 2012 at 3:30 PM||comments (0)|
This accompaniment of “Keys” allows the reader to readily receive God’s word and move beyond defeat. The author’s carefully chosen verses tell the tale of victory through her Savior. Any reader in search of hope will hold these precious keys as a reminder as how much they are loved by their Maker. Some locks are meant to be opened, and these keys work well. Great pocket companion.
|Posted by JoAnne French on June 4, 2012 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
Pools of Blessing for Tisquantum and Us
When they walk through the Valley of Weeping
it will become a place of refreshing springs
where pools of blessing collect after the rains!
These Psalm 84 words (NLT) form a precious and vivid picture of God’s care in stormy times, and how He brings ultimate good though we may not see it through our umbrella... or maybe even for a long time after the rain.
Consider the story of Tisquantum, a very early American resident. He and other young boys were kidnapped from their burning village to be sold for twenty pounds each, with fish and corn, upon the raiders’ return to Spain. Local friars persuaded Tisquantum’s captors to let them instruct the boys about Christian faith.
Tisquantum’s path later led to London where he worked in the home of a shipbuilder. Through that family’s compassion, he learned more about God, and about the English language.
Because of the shipbuilder, Tisquantum participated in an expedition to Newfoundland. After failures and a return trip to England he eventually found his way back to his original home on our east coast. His village was still a vacant shell, and a virulent plague had killed most of his people.
Tisquantum’s capture and a plan to sell him into slavery had kept him from that fate...but there was far more in God’s wonderful design! Tisquantum eventually lived with new residents who called his village area Plymouth. He taught the people special ways to cultivate crops they needed. He taught them how to fish, and which of their catch should be fertilizer instead of food. He became guide and translator when settlers sought peace with surrounding natives.
Those Plymouth residents, one of my ancestors included, made it through those first tough winters because of the friendship, wisdom, guidance and help of Tisquantum.
In the storms of that man’s life his family and village were taken, slavery loomed, hard work abounded in strange foreign lands and on ships at sea. But after his storms, how much of our nation’s life and history can be traced to success of those early settlers? How did all that terrible rain in Tisquantum’s life bring pools of blessing into ours?
|Posted by Humble Servant 4 Jesus on May 16, 2012 at 8:30 PM||comments (1)|
I got a sneak peek at the upcoming book, “His Heart Calls” by Kathleen Schubitz. This devotional is not only beautiful to the eye, but the daily readings are awe-inspiring and bring God’s Holy Word to the reader with a personalized touch. Also, the scripture references entice the reader to open their Bible and hear more from the Lord. This is a book to be kept by the bedside.