Phil. 3:10 “That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death…” The Easter season is upon us! And for the Christian, it is time to remember the price paid for our salvation and to celebrate Jesus’s triumph over death, hell and … More Why Are We Here?
This question has been asked innumerable times when enduring an extended time of wrestling unresolved issues. The question is one born out of seeking clarity or direction as to how to deal with the issue. Sometimes it arises out of frustration with what we are facing, and wondering how can this ever turn into something … More Can Anything Good Come Out of This?
“I exhort that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions and givings of thanks be made for all men; for kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.” I Tim. 2:1-3 (KJV) How many times are we faced with having to make … More “What If I Don’t Want To …”
“In His presence is fullness of joy.” Psalm 16:11 (NASB) We were made first and foremost for fellowship with God. That is our primary purpose in life. Everything in our lives, including ministry, flows out of our oneness with God through Jesus Christ. If we never did anything in our lives but nourish and nurture … More Fulfilling Your Purpose?
You never walk alone or fight alone. God is on your side! … More He Is Able To Help
“It is definitely time in this world’s present spiritual darkness for the Body of Christ to rise up and shine!” … More Wake Up Sleepy-head
“I will make all my mountains a way” IS. 49:11 God will always make obstacles serve His purpose. Let’s face it: we all have, had, or will have mountains to climb in our lives. There are people, things, and or circumstances that loom large in our pathway and threaten to prevent us from going forward … More “Climbing A Mountain”?!
As a child growing up in Wisconsin, I lived on a street lined with Dutch Elm trees. The trees were there throughout my childhood. But one day as I walked down the street we lived on, I noticed the trees on both sides of the street had grown so large that they now covered the street … More “Growing In Grace”