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Jackie M. Johnson

Jackie M. Johnson
Author and blogger Jackie M. Johnson writes hope-filled and inspiring content on growing a better life, the power of prayer, and encouragement for singles.

May 15, 2016

Living Empowered: Discovering the Power of God in Everyday Life

When we get connected—and stay connected—to the true source of wisdom, love and power, Jesus Christ, we can experience true transformation and live empowered.

March 21, 2016

4 Ways to Live the Joy of Easter Every Day

When I was a kid, Easter was all about the candy—and how much my siblings and I could consume before our parents pulled the plug on our sugar fix. Of course, we dyed eggs of various pastel ...

September 09, 2015

Exhausted? 5 Lies That Keep You from Real Rest

It was well past 9:00 p.m. when I finally finished eating dinner. I was exhausted from a challenging week. Without thinking, I opened the kitchen cupboard to put away my spaghetti ...

August 04, 2015

Finances, Faith, and Finding Wild Hope

Money. It’s an emotionally charged word. In today’s uncertain economy, many people struggle to pay their bills, and often live paycheck to paycheck.

May 05, 2015

What Does America Need Most?

Something amazing is happening this week in Washington, D.C. and across the country. It involves politicians, civic leaders, and millions of individuals and families in the United States.

April 16, 2015

7 Reminders When Sharing Your Faith with Your Family

156 million. That’s the number of people in the U.S. who are unchurched according to George Barna, market researcher and author of “Churchless.”

March 26, 2015

Easter: The Love That Sets You Free

When I was growing up in the forested suburbs outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Easter meant chocolate bunnies, colorful Easter eggs and pretty new dresses. The dresses were generally pastel ...

January 06, 2015

Beating the Mid-Winter Blues

It’s January. Christmas is over. New Year’s Eve has passed. And the holiday shopping, wrapping, eating, visiting, and celebrating has come to an end. You’re tired, or sad, or feel