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Our hearts are deep waters

The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out. Proverbs 20:5 Did you ever look in the mirror and not see your reflection? Uh, hello…where am I? You run to another mirror in the house. No reflection! You look down and you see your torso, arms and

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Ambler Church of the Brethern

Dear Father, What a pleasure to speak to the pastor at Ambler Church of the Brethern! Thank you for his words of encouragement about the calling you have given us at Gramazin. I ask for your blessings tomorrow on their executive team meeting as they look towards the future. I specifically ask you to answer

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Abundant Life Bible Church

Dear Father, I thank you for inspiring Abundant Life Bible Church to position such a warm greeting to visitors on the front page of their website. Everyone has purpose. Is valued. Is accepted. Is invited. I ask today that you bless that statement. May visitors to their website read it and may that cause them

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Gotta have a Porsche!

“Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.” Romans 5:3-4 Hope…I want something I consider very important that I presently don’t have and I have some kind of logical reason to believe it may very well work out for me. I

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What is going on with the water?

You put the water in the tea kettle, turn up the heat to high, the burner turns red, and the water remains room temperature. What? Really? This makes no sense! You put the same water in an ice cube tray and put it in the freezer. The next day you move aside the frozen peas

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Hopewell Community Church

Dear Father, I would like to thank you for the commitment of Hopewell Community Church to providing support for individuals recovering from addiction.  They are putting into practice what you called us to do – love those who are struggling in life.  Please save a life next week through their recovery program. A representative of the

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What We Do

We Collect Stories

We ask charities, churches, and counselors to publish stories of how people have recovered from adversity.

We Pray

We pray for charities, churches, and counselors by name, asking God to create through them wonderful stories of healing.

We Explore Websites

We review charity, church, and counseling websites throughout the US, searching for how they give hope to the needy.

We Volunteer

We volunteer at charities, in as many places doing as many different things as we can.

We Do Marketing

We build websites, manage content, design brochures, write articles (and books), consult, make videos, yada yada.

We Write Stuff

We write all kinds of articles, hoping to use our skill at writing to give people hope.

We Enjoy People

We use the telephone, email, social media, and face-to-face meetings to meet and enjoy God's favorite thing - people!

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Charles Wagner has served as our website administrator for the past three years. In addition to developing our site,, Charles Wagner has 1) trained staff on maintaining the site, 2) provided graphic designs for some of our campaigns, and 3) offered recommendations for improving our marketing. Charles is an individual with many talents and a great capacity for innovation.

Temwa Wright, Pamoza International

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I’m thanking God for men like Charles Wagner. He has been the most helpful new asset and very inspiring individual to us. His work and maintenance on our website and communications has been second to none. He is also one of the most timely tech guys I know and I would recommend him to anyone in our circle of influence. We are looking forward to building a long standing relationship with an honorable man of God, Charles Wagner.

Bob Sofronski, Christian Life Prison and Recovery Ministry

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Since 1988, I have overseen the ministry of three hundred volunteer staff with ACTS Ministries of Tenth Presbyterian Church. Charles Wagner was instrumental in creating my website,, to my exact specifications. He has been available to listen to and satisfy my web-based needs. I am very pleased with his work. I can also vouch for his character and ethics.

David Apple, Active Compassion Philly

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There are three words I would use to describe Charles: receptive, responsive and responsible. Receptive in that he makes himself available and he listens. Responsive in that he works hard to take care of things. He is a man of his word. Responsible in that he displays a competency in his field

Pastor Stan Gale, Reformed Presbyterian Church of West Chester

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Charles has a heart for the poor and needy. It is a great joy for me to recommend Mr. Wagner and his endeavor.

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