The Dos and Don’ts of the Last Days

  What Not to Do in the Last Days What is the Last Days? Biblically, the Last Days is the time in history between Jesus’ birth and His return (Acts 1:9-11, 1 Thessalonians 5:36).  He clearly promised He would come again and that we should be expecting it (Matthew 24, James 3). But what do … Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of the Last Days

You Have the DNA of a Hero! by Lisa Bevere

Not everyone comes from a tightly knit earthly family. But when you became a believer, you became part of a heavenly family. What if I told you that you are now the fulfillment of promises given to other men and women long before you entered this world? Speaking of those who have gone before us, … Continue reading You Have the DNA of a Hero! by Lisa Bevere

They Had Been with Jesus

It has been proven many times over that who we hang around the most is who will influence us the most. If we hang around those who gripe and complain, we will become gripers and complainers right along with them.  If our closest friends are immoral people, then their immortality will rub off on us … Continue reading They Had Been with Jesus

Elisabeth Elliot – Heroine of the Faith

If you have ever seen the movie, The End of the Spear, you will recognize the name Elisabeth Elliot.  She was the wife of Jim Elliot, missionary to Ecuador in the 1950s.  Her husband was speared by the Auca Indians, yet Elisabeth stayed behind with her daughter until 1963.  She later wrote several books, including … Continue reading Elisabeth Elliot – Heroine of the Faith

World-Changers in Love

I think we all would agree that the world needs to be changed. As the god of this world, Satan has wreaked havoc in every nation with sin and destruction. The closer we get to Jesus’ return, the more we see his fingerprints on our culture, regardless of what country we live in. His schemes … Continue reading World-Changers in Love

The Weapon of Worship

In February 2015, twenty-one Christian young men were marched onto a stretch of Libyan beach. They were forced to kneel in the sand while their captors, dressed in black, stood above them with knives in hand. For refusing to deny their faith, they were pushed to the ground and viciously beheaded. So many details could … Continue reading The Weapon of Worship