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Welcome to the Miracle Hill Ministries’ blog. We hope you will visit us often to learn more about the services we provide for the hundreds of homeless, hungry and hurting people the Lord sends through our doors each day.  Remember, if you can’t find a friend in the world… you can find one here!

 

Adversity

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, General, Miracles, Uncategorized

As a result of my poor choices and many years as an addict I brought all kinds of hardship, calamity, distress, affliction and misfortune into my life and into the lives of those around me.  That was a time in my life when hopelessness, despair, shame and guilt ruled and became my very existence.  I can remember not …

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Those Who Persevere

Categories: General

Richard Evans describes perseverance like this:  “Don’t let life discourage you; everyone who got where he is had to begin where he was.”  Persius said, “He conquers who endures.”  And Josh Billings humorously said, “Consider the postage stamp; its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there.” The dictionary …

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“A Day in the Life” of a Client at Miracle HIll

Categories: Uncategorized

Hey Ya’ll Goodness, I think I can shed some light on this Idea. My name is Larry Donaldson and I have lived under the care of Miracle Hill’s loving care for a total of three years and if there is one thing I know it is what that feels like. I have been a client, …

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Patience and Knowing God’s Will

Categories: Uncategorized

We have often heard the expression “timing is everything.”  I have come to believe that accepting the Lord’s timing is a key aspect of living within His perfect will.  Knowing when to act and when to wait on the Lord can have tremendous impact on the outcomes and effetiveness of our actions.   Please pray that at Miracle …

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Faith Through A Child’s Eyes

Categories: Children's Ministries, General

Recently two of our little guys, Nate and Alex, were told that they will be adopted if the judge decides they can’t go home.  Nate’s first response was to sit in the floor and cry.    His brother held onto me, cried, and told me that he was going to miss his mom, dad, aunt, uncle, …

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