Scriptures teach the importance of having an authentic experience with the living God. It stresses that it is a possibility and a reality for those…
On this Valentine's day, there is much talk about love! As a result, there will be a lot of flowers, chocolates, jewelry, and expressions of love that will be given. It is a reminder to us of the incredible opportunity we have to be in a relationship with that special someone! But the key to a healthy relationship is not the gifts, but the way that we talk with one another!
Experiences remind me that God in his infinite power, knowledge, and wisdom created the natural world around us. Not only are we to enjoy what He has done, but it is a constant reminder of the power and presence of an almighty God. As a result, I have
Helping students to develop the skill of preparing and delivering sermons. While I am not the best at homiletics,
it was challenging for those of us who do preach and for those beginning. It was fun to talk about the skill development and preparation needed to preach the gospel.
I want to share a quick story and some reminders for those who may be struggling with life issues. This story is a reminder that is foundational for believers that trust in God with their lives. For those who are not believers, it becomes far more challenging to face the challenges of life.
Let’s face it, ministry today is challenging. With all that is going on in the world and church, many ministers are struggling with staying healthy in ministry. So, how do we create solid spiritual disciplines for ministry health?
It brought back to remembrance part of the scripture that I had spoken from earlier in the day. Paul taught the Philippians about how to have joy during the troubles and difficulties of life.
We never know the impact we will have when our gifts are submitted to the Lord. Whether you speak, write, or sing, letting God utilize the gift he gave you honors God.
Jesus called us to be witnesses and gave us a message to deliver to the world around us faithfully. What is our primary message as believers? What is our responsibility for witnessing what God has done in our own lives?
The past two years have been overwhelming for all of us. There are so many things that are happening that make life uncertain. Yet the foundation we have is not found in this world, it is established in our Heavenly Father.