Christians, I remember when I was seeing first hand how God was maneuvering people in my life. My wife and I were in the process of buying firewood from a gentleman, and a family member was put in a position to minister a bit and pray for his child, who had health issues. I was … More Hands and Feet of Christ
Christians, recently I had the honor and privilege to help my elderly grandparents move. [Side note: whenever we do things in life, it often provides opportunities for reflection and recall of what is important and how things have impacted us.] As I helped them move, I searched my heart, mind, and soul about my experiences … More Moving On
Christians, what is your take on PDA – Public Displays of Affection? As we have just passed Valentine’s Day, I figure it is a fitting time to talk about this topic. Many of us may have went out to dinner, or to a movie with a loved one and been witness to some PDA. Maybe some … More PDA – Public Displays of Affection
Christians, we have talked before about Conviction, Education, Application, and Passion. Passion has an interesting source and growth pattern. I truly believe to be passionate, you need love. When we think about the Passion of Jesus, He loved the Father so much that He laid down His life for us. Despite who we were and … More Passion: The Source is Key
Christians, last week we talked about not needing to compete against one another in ministry or within our church. Today I would like us all to step outside of our own church walls. One thing that God keeps impressing on me is: As Christians, we are all on the SAME TEAM! I currently live in … More Complete vs. Compete : Part 2
Christians, God recently gave me a revelation about ministries and how they should function together. He showed me that ministries should never COMPETE in doing the will of God, but rather they should COMPLETE the will of God. Two words, ever so similar in spelling, ever so opposite in meaning. God showed me that the … More Complete vs. Compete
Christians, recently we were at a farmer’s market and we purchased a cantaloupe and brought it home. It was forgotten about and left in the bag for a few days. I found it later that week and there was some mold on it, the outside was looking really bad. There were a couple of soft … More What’s the Inside like?
God has showed me a greater understanding of who our real enemy is. Our enemy is not the rebellious person who hates Christians, or someone who lies to your face, it is not the prideful LGBT community, or anyone who blatantly hates and murders for no reason. Our enemy is and will be as long as … More Our Real Enemy