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In love with God at a very young age, Mary Kay Glunt was excited about worshp. However, the teen years brought their own problems until, at the age of 21, she met a young women who explained the truth of God's free gift of salvation. Since that time Mary Kay has been seeking ways to serve God and spread God's love to others. From the Roman Catholic church, through Baptist and Charismatic groups and the Assemblies of God, where she was a licensed minister for a short time, to the PCUSA where she is an ordained minister, her faith journey has been one of surprise and change. Mary Kay is a published author and poet and owns a business, MK Creations and Gifts, where she sells specialty inspirations items with original poetry and Scripture-based keepsakes. She currently serves as a member-at-large of the John Calvin Presbytery of the PCUSA, where she preaches for ministers whose pastors are absent from the pulpit. B.A. Bible, Central Bible College M.A. Christian Education, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary M.Div., emphasis: Biblical languages NOTE: My personal web site is currently changing, so the URL listed is to my web store. Thank you.
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Becoming the Best ME!
It would be easy to battle our enemies if we could always see them, but in the Christian life, our enemies are often invisible, whether to our eyes or to our intellect. Becoming the best "me" involves seeking God and opening our eyes to the true benefit
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