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Emily Tomko

Emily Tomko's radical encounter with the Lord while at a nightclub changed her life forever and inspired her first novel, College Bound: A Pursuit of Freedom. She is the author of seven books, including 31 Thoughts on Prophecy and Leaving the Shallows: igniting the faith that overcomes the world. Her tastes tend toward vintage and she's a Germanophile, having spent a year in Bremen and Nuremberg. Emily loves the scriptures and writes with fierce compassion and a deep desire to see people freed from the miry clay of this world and walking in the truth.

God’s Most Basic Gifts Under Attack

In the west, there are three fundamental and precious gifts from God that are heavily under attack. These three gifts are integral to one’s identity. They are: Race Gender Family Have you ever considered that your race is a gift from God? It was uniquely chosen by Him from before ...

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The Spiritual War for America

There is a war going in for the United States of America–a war beyond the realm of our vision, but clear and imminent in our spirits.  “Now there was a long war between the house of Saul and the house of David; and David grew steadily stronger, but the house of Saul ...

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It’s A New Season: Let Intercession Arise!

intercession, prayer, new season, shift in the earth

Many people are sensing it. A shift has taken place in the earth. “I’m not a political person, but in October I felt a new stir to begin praying for the nation and for the church,” one woman said. Another commented similarly, saying God spoke to her through a dream ...

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Inspiring YA Book That Everyone Should Read

Amos Fortune, Elizabeth Yates, freedom, slavery, YA read

“Hate could do that to a man, Amos thought, consume him and leave him smoldering. But he was a free man, and free at a great cost, and he would not put himself in bondage again.” Amos Fortune, Free Man by Elizabeth Yates is a story not to be missed. ...

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“Come Away To A Secluded Place And Rest A While”

The compulsion to turn on the news is almost irresistible in the face of a war being waged on western civilization. Where will terror strike next? The internet seems to beckon with a force of its own to various news outlets, and there’s a struggle to put together pieces and ...

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