The Spirit of Thankfulness

I posted this at least a year ago after a blessed pregnancy and delivery.  We should never forget how good God is!  HAPPY THANKSGIVING! In a world comprised of people whose goal is to get what they can the fastest and easiest way possible, thankfulness has become a lost art. We see people demanding benefits … Continue reading The Spirit of Thankfulness

Too Busy for Jesus, Part 1

Our world addicted to busy.  We live constantly on the go, flying here and flying there to accomplish a self-imposed to-do list. In the process, unfortunately, we put attending sports games over church attendance.  We place vacation spending above tithing.  We spend our time listening to the news rather than reading our Bibles.  We give … Continue reading Too Busy for Jesus, Part 1

The Value of Children Serving in Church

I have worked for years in the local church, starting when I was nine-years-old.  From my own experience, watching other children serve, and knowing the principles of God's Word, I can verify that our children should be serving the Body of Christ!  We should never underestimate its value as we "train them up in the … Continue reading The Value of Children Serving in Church

Living for Eternity

This blog article was inspired by my Mom's passing in April.  May we never forget who we are and where we're going!  Eternity is ahead for all of us! According to Webster’s, eternity means “the quality or state of being eternal; infinite time, lasting throughout eternity; the state after death; a seemingly endless or immeasurable … Continue reading Living for Eternity

Strong Faith

Weak faith considers what can be seen, staggers in unbelief, neglects praise, and is only partially persuaded. Strong faith, however, ignores what can be seen, walks confidently, gives God all the glory, and is fully persuaded! It never doubts God's promises or His ability to perform them! Let's be strong! "And being not weak in … Continue reading Strong Faith

For Such a Time

Some of the most noted women in the Bible made the biggest impact because they lived as if they were "not their own." They sacrificed their reputations and lives to see God's will performed through them. Queen Esther risked the king's knowledge of her nationality and went before him without permission though it could cost … Continue reading For Such a Time