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Margaret Feinberg
Popular speaker and author of ,, and small group Bible studies. Novice tortilla maker.
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Margaret Feinberg 15h
The one item you can’t have a Chanukah party without:
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Margaret Feinberg 17h
“Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife; for the Child who has been conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit. She will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for He will save His people from their sins.” —Matthew 1:20b-21 NASB
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 15
Intrigued by my Jewish-Christian heritage? I share more of this personal journey in "The Organic God."
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 15
Replying to @tedcunningham
Yesssss
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 15
That moment you realize you have a cookie exchange party and no time to bake...and a five minute fudge recipe with Andes mints on top saves you....thank you modern technology...fast-foodie...whala
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 15
It starts with the ABCs, but it’s so much more. It’s a devotional. It’s a workbook. It’s an encourager. It’s God’s love reaching down to remind you that you are beautiful, you are creative, you are loved.
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 15
The holidays can be the most joyous or the most painful time of the year. If this is a time of pain for you, invite Christ into your place of broken promises. He knows the way through.
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 14
Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who performed miracles for our forefathers in those days, at this time.
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 14
Learn your letters all over again with curves and loops and ooh-la-las! With the right coaching and practice, anyone can learn to hand letter.
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 14
What do you do if you find yourself lacking wonder instead of reveling in it? Reclaim the gift of wonder in your life. Watch full clip on at .
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 14
Replying to @LizCurtisHiggs
Beautifully said
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 14
Replying to @mmessner
That’s awesome
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 13
I was raised in a Christian home with hues of Judaism. Think matzo ball soup at Christmas time. My Jewish grandmother made sure I knew my spiritual heritage and laid the foundation for my hunger to know the fullness of God.
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 13
I never thought I could create my own hand lettered images. "That’s for the real artists," I told myself. My sweet friend Jessica encouraged me, “You can do this! I’ll help you.”
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 12
Chanukah begins at sunset tonight, a remembrance of Judah the Maccabee and the small group of Jewish people who reclaimed the temple for God.
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 12
Share your insights this using . I’m simply reveling in the fact that God wants us to know Him more intimately. What a privilege to be called sons and daughters of God!
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 12
Need a little Christmas cheer today? Nothing gets me in the holiday spirit quite like Alvin and the Chipmunks!
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 11
Thank those who are helping you and yours flourish with the Flourish devotional or gift box! Order yours now to get in time for Christmas:
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Margaret Feinberg Dec 11
The best way to receive the full life is to give yourself away.
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