What is it about the new year? January arrives and I’m buying fitness equipment, making 500 new resolutions, writing new goals, and identifying bad habits that I must break now...read more.
Surely he had missed something. The time in which the promises of youth were fulfilled had long passed. He still lingered, waiting, as his body grew weaker and wrinkles made the man in the mirror grow more unrecognizable...read more.
At the end of a year, we sure do need God to extend His grace upon us as we come to Him with our sins, regrets, and broken relationships. Many times, we desperately need Him to tend to our wounds, forgive our sins and comfort us in our grief. We cry out...read more.
When I listen to the debates and read the news regardless of the conflicting sides and gut-wrenching confusion, I hear a common thread. Religious and non-religious alike are devastated by the lack of character in each of the candidates...read more.
I have 3 powerful anointed evangelists and missionaries on my prayer list today. And though I am fully convinced that God can heal them, beneath the surface, I am alerted to a deeper sense of urgency...read more.
There is a phrase we use in the church – the Lone Ranger Christian. This is a believer who tries to follow Jesus by himself. But the irony is that even the Lone Ranger wasn’t alone. According to the near epic story, one lone Texas Ranger was left for dead...read more.