My Maker and Me

Local Bible Study begins September 23, 2014

Pat Domangue, Founder

On Fire Ministries

As founder of On Fire 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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Seeing Lives Changed

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You will never be disappointed in Pat Domangue as a speaker and teacher of God’s Word. Pat pushes with a passionate punch with her Bible studies as she challenges God’s women to not just read, not just study, but to follow God’s teachings in their daily walk.

Recent Blog Posts

But Have Not Love

I hope you will be encouraged to look into the mirror of God’s word and see what God says about love and what love God’s way really looks like. Remember that He is the God of love and able to work on our shortcomings in love. 1 Corinthians 13:13 And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.

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Growing Up

I hope you are blessed as you see the sweet picture of an earthly daddy with his young son as he is growing up. I pray that you see the sweetness as related to us as spiritual children of a perfect heavenly daddy loving and leading us as we are growing up and becoming spiritually mature. Blessings! Pat Domangue

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Women: Creation’s Crown

Ladies, I hope you will enjoy this next series of blog posts they will be devotional style posts and inspiration will be their purpose. Use them as a part of your early morning quiet time to help you focus on God and His word, as a breath of fresh encouragement in the midst of your day, or end your day with His truth on your mind and in your heart. Blessings and Refreshing to you! Pat

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Marriage, Money, and Teamwork

Today’s blog is from my dear sister in Christ, Debbie Takewell. Debbie is a CPA with a heart for God. I hope you will be blessed by her wisdom, insight, and practical help about marriage, money, and teamwork.   In almost every aspect of marriage, it takes both spouses to get things accomplished, especially if you have children. Most husbands and wives divide and conquer all aspects of running their households to ensure it runs smoothly. This can only be accomplished by communicating with each other. The truth is managing …

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Budget and Discipline

When addressing money in marriage some difficult topics such as budget and discipline are sure to rise to the surface. Watch the interview with Dr. Joneal Kirby and identify your areas of strengths or weaknesses in dealing with money in your marriage and learn practical ways you and your spouse can handle money in your marriage.

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Money in Marriage

Today’s blog post, “Money in Marriage” is from Taylor Draughn, Marriage and Family Therapy Intern. Most married women have argued with their husbands over money and how to manage it at some point in their marriage. I interviewed a couple who have been married for 18 years. Their biggest obstacle they faced and overcame in their marriage is how to manage their money. I asked them basic information to show how different they value money and how they were able to overcome this challenge.

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Our View of Money

I have heard it said that money is one of the top causes for arguments in a marriage. Not sure if that is your story, but it is mine. In the early years of our marriage my husband and I were polar opposites in how we viewed and handled money. We were raised differently and experienced differing situations based on a number of different factors.

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Reoccurring Conflict

Todays blog post about reoccurring conflict is from my friend and personal health coach, Ashley White. Which is better, being right or being at peace? In the middle of a reoccurring conflict with her loved one she lost perspective and ignored this question. She felt justified and decided to stand her ground. Her feelings took charge and she vowed to no longer be taken advantage of. Her firm stance caused both to push away magnifying the problem. Each harped on the others mistakes causing defensive feelings to rise.

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