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Dana Rongione

Dana is a full-time Christian author and speaker residing in Greenville, SC with her husband and two dogs. In fulfilling her call to evangelize the lost and edify the saints, Dana spends her days writing devotions, devotional books and books for children, as well as recording podcasts on various Biblical topics. She serves in many capacities at her local church, including the roles of church pianist and ladies' Sunday School teacher. Dana has a passion for souls and longs to be used of God in whatever way He deems necessary. When not writing or serving at church, Dana can most likely be found reading or hiking a nearby trail.

Do You Have a “Whatever” Attitude?

Whatever! Doesn’t that word just infuriate you? It does me because it’s typically used alongside an I-don’t-care attitude and/or the rolling of the eyes. What do you want for dinner? Whatever. What would you like to do? Whatever. I think this would be a good idea. Whatever. No, I really ...

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Is Your Default Setting One of Attitude or Gratitude?

Sometimes I just hate computers and everything that involves computers! I spent all of the last week going around and around with three different computer/program-related problems. First off, I was having trouble with my e-mail that was venting off somewhere into cyberspace after I transferred my domain name from one ...

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God’s Got Your Back!

Have you ever had a Bible verse or passage jump out at you? I certainly have, and most of the time, it’s a verse or passage that I know I’ve read a hundred times or more. And I find myself wondering, How in the world did I miss that? It’s ...

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Three Steps To Guard Your Heart and Mind

The words were out of my mouth before I even realized it. Complaints, grumbles, grouchiness. One unkind word led to another, each bringing with it a cascade of bitterness and resentment. In the midst of my tirade, I realized my husband was being very quiet, and in that moment of ...

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Nevertheless: What a Beautiful Word!

Today, I want to take a look at Psalm 106, looking first at the passage as a whole, then narrowing in on a single word. To begin, let’s sum up the psalm. The children of Israel sinned against God over and over again. They murmured and complained. They ignored His voice ...

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