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About Kelli Wommack

About the Author

As a motivational speaker and writer, Kelli loves helping people discover who they are in Christ and what they are living for. (Ephesians 1:11 MSG) She writes about this regularly on her blog, Living for ONE. In addition, she is blessed to serve on ministry staff at Christ Community Church in Columbus, Georgia where she coaches individuals to find their own ministry niche. Kelli enjoys life with her loving, funny, yet quiet husband, and her two loving, funny, and not so quiet daughter and son. In her abundant spare time (ha!), she enjoys frappacinos, fro yo, and friends.
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For better or for worse, we are officially an iFamily. With three iPhones, one iPod Touch, and an iPad, we are fully techno. Maybe not tech-savvy… …but tech-heavy! And though technology can be amazing, fun, quick, and helpful, it can also be addictive, burdensome, time-stealing, and high-maintenance. Last night as our family was riding in  …

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When It’s OK to Re-gift


Christmas is fast approaching. It is the time of year to give… and receive. So, let’s talk about when it is ok to re-gift… And I am not talking about the “beautiful” sweater that your mother-in-law gave you. Or the fruitcake that someone in your office left for you on your desk. Or even the  …

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Bueller, Bueller

Ferris Buellers Day Off

{If you received this post via email, be sure to click here to watch the video.} One of my favorite movies of all time is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. I am especially fond of a scene in which Ferris Beuller’s teacher is calling roll and continues to call out Ferris’ name even though it is  …

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Tool or Idol?


“You will have no other gods before me. ” Exodus 20: 3 I wouldn’t think of it. I mean, how crazy were those Israelites to continue to disobey and construct idols to worship when the One and only Living God was leading them, listening to their cry, giving them instruction and provision and constantly demonstrating  …

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