First, devote yourself to prayer, pray for others, then remember that every conversation you have with someone either draws them toward Christ or pushes them away.
We are people of the heart as well as people of the mind. Our heart is the very center of our being. It is where all our thoughts, feelings, hopes, dreams, and fears come together.
Jesus demonstrates his sense of humor in his interaction with the Canaanite woman as he banters with her but yet he honors her demonstration of faith.
If you could go back in time, what would you change about your life? Let’s face it, we all think about this and imagine what life would be like if only….
Some say the age of miracles ended with the disciples. Some say miracles are stories that teach. Some say miracles are just coincidences we can’t explain. Some say miracles are real.
Today’s Scripture – Romans 8:28, 31-32, 35, 37-39 No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death […]
The Kingdom of God is near and it’s our job to break the news to the world. We are agents of the new kingdom! We are heralds and messengers breaking the best possible news upon a world eager to hear some good news!
-We do not, and should not, hide our light under a bushel basket (Matthew 5:14-15).
We do not stop enough to listen to God speaking. And like the people of Jerusalem long ago, we often misunderstand the Spirit’s movement among us. In the silence and stillness of this moment, let us draw near to God and truly listen..
Today’s Scripture – Song of Solomon 2:8-13 Love is neither a prize nor a product, but one dimension of a three-dimensional relationship. It has been God’s good gift from the […]
It is said that God is ‘omnipotent’ – he knows everything. God created everything yet the Psalm writer seems to feel ignored, forgotten by God. God is capable of forgetting, he has promised to forget our sins if we confess Jesus as Lord. But if God is capable of forgetting there is one thing he is incapable of and that’s forgetting you.
Jesus sets a stage for what compassion looks like in action. He demonstrates what the word means as he cares for people who were otherwise ignored and ostracized. Compassion is a part of our call as disciples and can set us free to be fully God’s people in his image and reveals the kingdom of God.
Going back to Genesis reminds us of God’s triune nature on this Trinity Sunday and a reminder in a time of racial unrest, we are all created in the image of God and of equal worth.