Faith is a Registered Nurse serving patients in the Southern Ohio area and the founder of Creative Faith Ministries. She loves hiking, camping and being in nature as much as possible — and she believes that prayer and communion are a journey with God. Faith loves God and wants to help people find their way Home. She brings joy to walking with God that is contagious to all she meets. 

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Look Bo, Look
Look Bo, Look
Faith M. Connovich · Aug 2 4 minute read

How often do we look at the storm instead of keeping our eyes on the one who can save us? Be still before the Lord; listen for His voice. Keep your eyes on Him. Do not let yourself be distracted or afraid during these times. We have a Savior who loves us and is doing all He can to prepare us for His soon return.

Don’t Be Gullible
Don’t Be Gullible
Faith M. Connovich · Apr 5 5 minute read

Over the years I have been called gullible. My husband, family and close friends have had a good laugh from time to time witnessing episodes of me being gullible. This word may sound cute or adorable to some, but honestly the word gullible is not a good word, especially not...

A Storm is Coming!
A Storm is Coming!
Faith M. Connovich · Dec 31 3 minute read

“Did I just dream that or did that really happen?” I thought to myself. That was so real! Everything I saw was colorful and like it was actually happening. Has this ever happened to you? A few weeks ago, I had a dream that I’ve often...

A Message to a Lukewarm Church
A Message to a Lukewarm Church
Faith M. Connovich · May 28 1 minute read

In the below podcast link, I share my miraculous testimony of what God revealed to me about my spiritual condition and His call to a deeper commitment to Him in light of the nearness of the 2nd coming of Jesus. Plus, a focus on the prominence of prayer and how to experience...

A Deeper Prayer Life
A Deeper Prayer Life
Faith M. Connovich · Mar 24 4 minute read

I do not deserve answers to prayer. I do not deserve his incredible mercy. Yet somehow, He continues to shower me with what I like to refer to as a bucket of endless grace and love. As I was growing up and even into my adult life, I think that I had it all wrong, for my prayer life was more of a routine than a relationship.

Full of Mercy
Full of Mercy
Faith M. Connovich · Jan 25 4 minute read

This past February, I woke up in Belize. My husband and I were with a group of medical staff serving for ten days. It was hot. The clinic had no air-conditioning and the lines...

Amazing God!
Amazing God!
Faith M. Connovich · Nov 17 4 minute read

My wife has asked for a divorce. I am devastated. The enemy is winning the battle here, and I am feeling so lost. In the end, I will not be...

Testimony: Witnessing God’s Love, Mercy & Healing — Part 2
Testimony: Witnessing God’s Love, Mercy & Healing — Part 2
Faith M. Connovich · Sep 24 11 minute read

I was seeing myself the way God sees me, and I cried. It was extremely painful; I was sobbing. I realized how I had dishonored His character. I had let Him down. The one person who loved me enough to send His Son to die for me, I had hurt.

Testimony: Witnessing God’s Love, Mercy & Healing — Part 1
Testimony: Witnessing God’s Love, Mercy & Healing — Part 1
Faith M. Connovich · Sep 18 6 minute read

When I got off the phone, I felt deep darkness settle over me. Thoughts were coming harsh and fast. You could die here. You could be sick for a very long time. I started to pray. I pleaded with God as I had never done before. I was crying out to Him.

Seeking His Peace in Prayer
Seeking His Peace in Prayer
Faith M. Connovich · Jul 31 3 minute read

My head was in my hands, my eyes closed. I was feeling overwhelmed. My prayer list was getting long: the wounded, the sick, those without work, fears and anxiety, lost loved ones. Lord, so much brokenness — where do I begin?

Enter His Courts with Praise
Enter His Courts with Praise
Faith M. Connovich · Jul 3 3 minute read

When I opened my eyes, it felt like I had just closed them. I turned my head to see my alarm clock — just a few minutes before six — my usual time to worship and pray. This quiet time before the day begins is precious and rare.