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A good man leaves an inheritance to his sons’ sons, and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just.
—Proverb 13:22 (Modern King James Version)

For God giveth to a man that is good in his sight wisdom, and knowledge, and joy: but to the sinner he giveth travail, to gather and to heap up, that he may give to him that is good before God....
—Ecclesiastes 2:26 (MKJV)

But you shall remember the LORD your God, for it is He who gives you power to get wealth, so that He may confirm His covenant....
—Deuteronomy 8:18 (MKJV)

PivotPointMagazineMastheadPivot Point Magazine is a gathering place of the stories of people’s lives that have experienced a significant “pivot point” from defeat to success, darkness to light, failure to victory.

Our Newest Issue — From Rednecks to NASCAR!

Wow, what a blessing from the Lord! Linda and I got to meet up with Phil Robertson's youngest sister Jan, who God used to bring our Pivot Point exclusive cover story to us. This is the REAL DEAL JACK! (As another one of Jan's popular brother's would say.)



The Pivot Point Mandate

JohninPrisonJohn the Baptist was at a very “dark” place in his life. He was in prison, with no hope of seeing the light of day. Notice what John is asking for here and then note what Jesus response was.

John called two of his followers and sent them to Jesus to ask, “Are You the One Who is to come? Or are we to look for another?”  20. The men came to Jesus and said, “John the Baptist sent us to ask You, ‘Are You the One Who is to come? Or are we to look for another?’”

Expanding Our Tent Stakes

CapPivot Point Magazine has incorporated more departments to include educational articles that inform our readers in the practical areas of life. It is also our goal to begin to make our readers aware of resources that can be of help in their daily lives. Of course we want to continue to feature stories that will bring inspiration and encouragement. We have also endeavored to build up our website archive section with past articles.

Pivot Point Magazine — In The News!

GiGi Took Pivot Point Magazine to Fox News!

CapGiGi Erneta takes Pivot Point Magazine inside the movie, “Flag of My Father,” a film that explores family dynamics and celebrates our nation’s military.  With exclusive cast interviews, we go behind the scenes and delve into private revelations about the actors that influence the characters they portray onscreen, and who they are as individuals off-screen. 

Distribution Outlets

CapDPPDistributoristribution is the life blood of our magazine. We are approaching the distribution idea with a fresh concept. We believe that churches, ministries, and community-based organizations would make tremendous “Distribution Outlets” for Pivot Point Magazine. We feel that it is a “win-win” proposition. We want to provide a quality tool to the community-minded organizations to take into their own community — their sphere of influence.

A Call to Unity...
Written by Tammy Leigh Maxey   

CapThere is a call for unity among the churches, among the divisions in the Body of Christ, to work together in bringing in the harvest, not to compete or toil against one another.  Answering the call begins with acceptance — a simple, but powerful, act of will.


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I saw Toby Saturday in a meet-and-greet before the concert. Gave him the ‘famous’ magazine. He had not seen it before. You should have been there, he kept looking at it and had teardrops in his eyes. It is a day I will never forget! 
Baltimore, MD

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(The script) spoke to me on the level as a patriotic person, as somebody who is appreciative of those folks who have risked or lost their lives for their country.—John Schneider 

Quote from our Exclusive Flag of My Father, interview.


“William (Devane) really made me feel like he was my father.” — GiGi Erneta
Quote from our Exclusive Flag of My Father, interview.


“(Re: working with Devane & Schneider) You work with actors that you’ve known and respected so long, then you get to spend time with them and you find out they’re even more spectacular human beings when the camera is off.” —Andrew Sensenig

Quote from our Exclusive Flag of My Father, interview.

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