Plan for Your Exodus

I’m a planner. I’m comfortable with spontaneity, but only if there’s no chance of disaster if something doesn’t go well! I’m most comfortable with thinking ahead and creating a plan so everyone knows what they’re doing when. I enjoy making a list of things to do, checking them off, and seeing everything fall into place. … Continue reading Plan for Your Exodus

The Power of Love and Forgiveness

Throughout our lives, we will have many opportunities to hold hard feelings against someone. Friends, family, or strangers may slander our name, deceitfully deal with us, or even physically harm us. Our first instinct is to go on the defense and become bitter. We would love to see those people pay for what they did. … Continue reading The Power of Love and Forgiveness

A Healthy Spirit

We live in a culture promoting health. Our media and experts give us a wealth of information on a nutritious eating, supplements, exercise, and relaxation techniques. But the goal of having a healthy body didn’t come from man—it came from God. His desire that we have healthy bodies was so great that He sent Jesus … Continue reading A Healthy Spirit

The Greatest Sacrifice

  In the Old Testament, God required His people to offer sacrifices to Him on a regular basis. They were primarily animals—doves, lambs, and bulls—that they would slaughter and burn on an altar before God. These sacrifices, or offerings, were given to receive forgiveness for sin and to express thanksgiving and devotion to God. It … Continue reading The Greatest Sacrifice

What to Do in the Last Days

  You have probably heard the term “Last Days.” It is the time from Jesus’s ascension into heaven to His return to earth. The Last Days started 2,000 years ago, but as we observe our world today, we see that Jesus’s return is growing nearer. We don’t know the exact moment Jesus will return, but … Continue reading What to Do in the Last Days