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Woman without Self-control

OnFire Ministries

As founder of OnFire Ministries, I desire to see women’s lives changed through the power of God’s word just as mine has been changed. I am a Bible study author and teacher and women’s event speaker with a passion for God's Word and for women to experience the incredible life transforming power of His word.

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[Pat's] knowledge of Scripture is extensive and her style of teaching is personal and refreshing. Her passion for Jesus is contagious and I have grown spiritually each time I’ve studied God’s Word with her.

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Why We Don’t Want to Live Without Self-Control

Woman without Self-control

A person without self-control is like a city with broken-down walls. Proverbs 25:28 (NLT) Like a city whose walls are broken through is a person who lacks self-control. Proverbs 25:28 (NIV) Whoever has no rule over his own spirit is like a city broken down, without walls. Proverbs 25:28 (NKJV) Like a city that is broken into and without walls is a man who has not control over his spirit. Proverbs 25:28 (NASB) He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down and …

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Hard Work Should be a Labor of Love

Labor of Love

Labor of love defined might be hard work for the sake of love.   This past weekend was a beautiful celebration of love at my middle daughter’s wedding. She married the one she loves at my house this past weekend. It was a wonderful experience, but the wedding preparations required a lot of hard work. I can truly say that I delighted in doing the hard work. It was a blessing to be able to give the gift of a beautiful wedding to my daughter. Why because I love her …

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Do You Need Healing?

need healing

We all need healing at some point in life. Maybe we need physical healing for some form of a common sickness like sinus problems, headaches, or a stomach virus. Sometimes the more dangerous and deadly diseases cause us to seek God for healing for ourselves or for someone we love.     Physical healing is a big deal for sure, but there are other forms of healing we can need. We can need emotional or mental healing from heart wounds or word wounds. Relationships sometimes experience damage that only God’s healing …

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Understanding Grace Overruled My Dogmatic Stance to Never Teach

Understanding Grace

Understanding grace was something I did not grasp in my early days with Jesus.  So I definitely could not apply grace, if I was not understanding grace.   My brethren, let not many of you become teachers, knowing that we shall receive a stricter judgment. James 3:1   When I was very young in my faith, my Sunday school class was going through a study of the book of James. I remember getting to James 3:1 and the words, “teacher” and “stricter judgment” stopped me in my tracks. This was long before …

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Do You Struggle With Believing God Will Help You?

God will help

Have you ever wondered if God will help you? Maybe you were confident that God helps other people, but when it comes to believing that God will help you, it’s another story. I have taught people to believe God and to believe that He will help them in various situations, and at the same time, struggled to believe that very thing for myself.

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Why We Need A Software Update On Our Christian Heart

software update

This morning I opened my computer to find that annoying pop-up telling me I needed a software update. Often times, I choose the “try again later” option because I don’t have time to deal with waiting on the update to process at the time. Today was not one of those times. Not that I had any extra time, but I just decided to get it over with rather than continually tell my computer to update later. So I clicked “update” and it began.

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A Dream To Adopt, A Call To Foster-Care


Growing up in my family, the running joke about me was that I would run an orphanage one day. Foster-care was never mentioned, but my heart has always been in adoption. From a very young age, I believed that I would adopt a child one day. However, as I got older, the call to adopt became less pronounced. I knew I would adopt one day but until that time I couldn’t do anything to help the orphan.     Now I know that I can help the orphan. In March of …

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What about me

What about me? At least a thought… When asked to write about the “Diva” label women wear, I found it hard to put myself in those fancy shoes. I do not consider myself a “diva.” However, as I pondered the word and prayed for revelation the words “But Me” found there way to my ears often. I knew the Lord was revealing a different side of the word “Diva”. Hiding under the desire to be popular, glamorous, divine, and a princess is a common thread most women wear without even …

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Jezebel, A Leader Not Worth Following


Jezebel brings up similar amounts of disdain as the names Judas and Herod. You can find her story in 1st and 2nd Kings. Commentaries describe Jezebel as “ambitious” and “proud” so she is obviously a great example of a diva as defined in my last blog, Is Being a Diva Godly? I will give you a brief synopsis of this wonderful woman (that was sarcasm, if you didn’t catch that). Jezebel’s Story Jezebel was the daughter of the King of the Zidonians. So basically she was a princess who married …

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