The holiday season is upon us and with the holidays often comes time with family. Time with family looks different for everyone, but for me, it usually means telling stories. …
In an earlier blog post, I wrote extensively about how ministers of the Gospel shouldn’t act as though they gave up “something big” to pursue the call of God in …
Cards have to be written and mailed out, parties need to be attended, the children have their programs, shopping bags filled and the list goes on.
God doesn’t fit into our boxes, not in any way, especially in respect to the birth of Jesus. He was there before He was born.
Our prayer was that God would restore, protect and provide for the families and individuals that lived there. We believe that prayer is so important to reaching the city that we want to continue doing prayer walks on a monthly basis.
It’s sad when people complain that they are not getting anything out of the church, but in reality they never put anything in to building relationships and living their faith together with other people.
They remind us that God can handle our wrestling. God can handle our struggles. God can even handle our doubts. In fact, God invites that kind of transparency from us.
If there is anything that surprises God, if there is anything that catches God off guard, if something shocks God, then we can’t trust Him.
Now, I am embarking on a new journey – one full of fears, worries, and doubts – but I know it’s where I am supposed to be. I’ve heard the call to “come”, and now it’s time to respond.
We are busy doing church programs, attending five services a week, but we never share the Gospel. Do less church stuff & more “worldly stuff”.