L. Kathleen Cline

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L. Kathleen is a Fayetteville, Tennessee resident and has been married thirty-four years to Richard Cline, a retired Naval Flight Officer and physician. During the many moves, deployments, and constant changes the military can bring to a marriage, God has shown Kathleen the importance of a healthy spiritual life.
L. Kathleen Cline is a teacher at Downtown Rescue Mission, Huntsville, Alabama. Kathleen is the author of Finding the Way, Proclaiming Jesus As Truth (2017), and I Am More (2019), It is More Than Saying I’m Sorry (2020), No Words To Speak (2020), I Am Loved (2021), and Why Are They Saying Jesus Is Coming Back (2021.)
So, with all that said, “What do I enjoy?”
First and foremost, I love to laugh. I love decorating and cleaning my house. As odd as that sounds, it relaxes me to clean and find new ways to display objects in my home.
I discovered corporate prayer at my church in Fayetteville, Tennessee. In the last seven years, the prayer room’s dedicated ladies have become a spiritual haven for me. Our prayer room has morphed into an honest room of raw, desperate hunger for God’s vision and will. Sometimes, it is so emotionally draining that I have to fight the urge to go nap after prayer. Sometimes, I give in. What a blessing!
My husband and I love do-it-yourself projects. Since we moved to farm country, growing our own vegetables has become a fun adventure. I am an introvert that loves to be with her husband and at home. Since I had to move around for twenty-five years, I crave putting down my roots and literally planting and enjoying the stay-at-home life that most Americans live.

Personal Mission

Ask, and it shall be given to you; seek, and you shall find; knock, and it shall be opened to you. Matthew 7:7

Father is a properly ascribed title to use towards God, for all those who are saved. I am saved by the washing of the blood of Jesus Christ, who paid the price for my sins. Therefore, I am a child of God.
Since God's word teaches us to bodily go to the Father, I am asking from my Father:
  • To be effective in my work.
  • Have wisdom on how to teach the Message.
  • To be creative in my methods.
I urge you, therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship. Romans 12:1

Since I have dedicated my life to my Father, I can rely on advantageous spiritual gifts to be a part of my life to achieve God’s work.

Delight yourself in the Lord; He will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4