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Welcome to the Women Seeking Christ Blog

Welcome to the Women Seeking Christ blog. We are dedicated to sharing the stories of the women of the Bible as examples and mentors, providing emotional healing and spiritual growth. Here, you can read the latest posts from author Patrice Van Dyke.

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CHASING AFTER GOD

ARE WE CHASING AFTER GOD OR SOMETHING ELSE? A Bible study group meets in my home and at the end of each session we look at different options for our following time together. One of the possibilities was Jennie Allen’s book “Chase.” Filmed in the desert, this study...

WELCOME

WELCOME, WELCOME, WELCOME to Women Seeking Christ Don't forget to add patrice@womenseekingchrist.com to your contact list. Want to make sure future emails get to your inbox and not to spam! Hopefully, you've downloaded your free ebook and are learning some new things...

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LAMB OF GOD

During Holy Week we must focus our thoughts and prayers on the Lamb of God who sacrificed greatly for you and me. Discover ways to worship and honor Jesus on the most somber of days – Good Friday.

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ALTAR – ONE MORE NAME FOR JESUS

Altars in Old Testament times were hard, cold places where people sacrificed over and over again seeking atonement and blessings. Jesus replaced the need for these altars. Today in the midst of Lent we explore what it means that Jesus is our altar.

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BREAD OF LIFE

During Lent Women Seeking Christ is examining the Names of Jesus. This week we explore Jesus as the Bread of Life.

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MY ADVOCATE

As we study the names and attributes during this season of Lent, this week we look at Jesus – My Advocate.

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Jesus: Divine and Human?

As we journey through lent preparing for the greatest event in history one question is often asked: How could Jesus be both divine and human?

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