Through the centuries, the Body of Christ has not always gotten along. We know this is true because correction for the church’s poor relational behavior began in the book of Acts and continued through the book of Revelation. We Christians, though saved through the blood of Jesus, need to know how to relate. If left … Continue reading We’re Family
Often we think of ministers as people like pastors and evangelists—all preaching from a pulpit to large groups of people. While these people and their calling are very important (Ephesians 4:11-16), they can’t reach everyone. God has only assigned so many apostles, prophets, pastors, and teachers to minister to the world. So how does God … Continue reading We Are Ministers
I don’t have a green thumb. I’ve never been interested in plants, so I haven’t taken the time to delve into the world of foliage. When I’m faced with a crisis concerning the two plants I own, I have to consult the web or a friend. But one thing I do know without being told: … Continue reading Water
Yesterday in my prayer time, God spoke to my heart, “I love these times with you.” I think sometimes we go through the motions of having a prayer time because it’s necessary for our well-being, and we see it as Christian rule we must keep. But we need to remember that our prayer time is … Continue reading Quality Time
The Bible is full of people who accomplished much for God because of their faith. Hebrews 11 tells of people who defeated their enemies, saw their dead raised to life, and received the promises of God “by faith.” One of those people is Abraham. For those who have accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior, … Continue reading Abraham Faith
I'm so excited to announce the launch of my newest book, Your ID: Discovering Your Value and Identity through Your Creator! It was inspired by a new and dear friend--just in time for school to start! Trust me, you and your kids need this book! Have people and life’s experiences caused you to question who … Continue reading New Book Launch!!