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The concept shalom is gleaned from the Hebrew word, which means peace, wholeness, and rest. 

Shalom stories are focused on:
Bible stories, inspiring stories, health stories, devotional prayers, and livelihood stories It is designed for those who are young, inexperienced, or elderly.

Our mission
  • Influence, inspire, and alter people's lives.
  • We focus more on writing God's mind.
  • If you read through many of our stories, you will notice that they are often concentrated on a deep discovery that demonstrates that it is wisdom from above.
  • Children of Jesus Christ will find this subject valuable, informative, and fulfilling regardless of where they are on their varied spiritual paths.
  • We understand that the Christian faith isn't only for Sunday mornings in church; our faith informs every issue we face daily.
  • We want to provide content to those who are trying to figure out what it means to live a Christian life on a daily basis in their own lives.
 Our goals
  •  To stimulate and obligate you to turn over your practical application of Scripture as well as practical shared testimonies and virtuous efforts. 
  • To provide timely information on topics ranging from marriage, parenting, and family issues to Bible study, prayer, and spiritual growth.
  • As well as current events and a Christian perspective on popular culture, all within the framework of prophetic Christianity.
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The things of this world cannot fill the empty space within us; only Christ can complete us. This embodies for us that we need Jesus more than anything else on this planet. God did not put us here to rely on ourselves, but to rely on him for everything. We can't survive without him, which is why the Bible cautions us not to rely on our own understanding, because our understanding can fail us and our hearts can lead us astray. Physically, we may appear to be capable of doing things on our own, but on the inside, we are slowly dying. I don’t know about you, but if you haven't yet accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, it’s not too late. The Bible encourages us in Jeremiah 33:3 that if we call on God, he will answer us and tell us things we don't know. God is waiting for your call today. He is waiting for you to come to him and ask him to show you the way. Here is a short prayer to seek God: Heavenly Father, please forgive me for all of my transgressions against