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
Every year the world celebrates Easter. For some, it’s simply a springtime day of fun to hunt for eggs, decorate with bunnies, and have a special dinner with family. For Christians, however, it’s a day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the tomb the third day after His death. It’s a fun day that … Continue reading You Need a Resurrection
My friend, Briana Curran, shared the following article with her newsletter audience last month. Considering the challenges many of us go through, I wanted to share it with you. Though she’s a Texan, she and her Irish husband and two children are missionaries to the country of Ireland. She was hospitalized with Pancreatitis at the … Continue reading Victory Over Death – Guest Testimony
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
God is a perfect example of faithfulness. Many well-meaning people may attempt to exemplify faithfulness, but they can’t hold a candle to God’s perfect, promise-keeping nature. His very name is “Faithful and True” (Revelation 19:11), and He keeps His word to a “thousand generations” (Psalm 105:8). In fact, Numbers 23:19 says, “God is not a … Continue reading Just As He Said
Our culture, more than ever, is demanding our attention. Multimedia screams for our focus, commanding all five of our senses. Our jobs, family obligations, and giant to-do lists pull at our attention every moment of the day. People, things, and activities want our undivided attention. They want us to listen to no one and nothing … Continue reading Listen Up!