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I know that effortless change sounds impossible to most people. The vast majority of people view change as one of the most traumatic experiences in life. But there is a way to change...
As I’ve grow older, I’ve come to appreciate the positive side of Christmas much more. Some of the greatest lessons in Scripture are hidden in the account of Christ’s birth, and the average...
The question is, how do we counter the negativism of the world, even the church world, that crowds in on us from every direction?
It’s true that the Lord can get you to your destiny another way. He’s certainly smarter than a GPS device that “recalculates” when you miss a turn. There is always a later flight with...
Recently, Pastor Lawson Perdue’s right to free speech was denied when he was told he could no longer include the name of Jesus in his ads on 20 bus benches, even though he has been advertising...
CEO, Paul Milligan, a man with 40 years of business experience, learned that he did not have the skills to properly manage his company financially.
People always ask, “But doesn’t grace give people a license to sin?” To which I must respond, “No. Grace simply exposes the motivations of our hearts.” The Grace of God is what leads...
God has miracles He’s wanting to manifest in your life. The story of Peter walking on the water is power-packed with truths. Walk on top of your problems instead of being overcome by...
As we embrace stewardship and giving, God has more than enough for us to live in financial freedom. It’s His Promise!
As a leader or manager, giving strong directives is a balance of empowering, clarifying and instigating. It is the task of getting things done while also making room for suggestions
The trinity is the highest example of unity in relationship. Each member has equal value, unique roles, but a unified purpose.
These examples show the Lord's willingness to meet our needs with plenty to spare. God is not cheap!
A large portion of the church (Christians) has been convinced that the negative, convicting and condemning emotions they experience in their daily lives is the work of the Holy Spirit...
The time in which Jesus lived was no different from Moses’ or ours today. The problems never change—nor does the answer. Jesus has always been mankind’s Deliverer.
Is evil taking over or is the world getting better with a great harvest of souls taking place?
In the fight against the de-Christianizing of our nation, I think the Christmas celebration is a great victory.
Is what we think about so important? Absolutely. “For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.” (Prov. 23:7)
The purpose of the fruit of peace is to be an umpire in decisions of direction and purpose for our lives.
Every one of us has much to be thankful for. I think it’s very appropriate to be thinking about them as we celebrate the most sacred holiday in America.
People were not made for money. Money was made as a tool for our time here on the earth. Therefore, a materialistic, temporal view of success will be extremely disappointing.
Chicken Little is out there again, predicting the worst, and I’m amazed at how many people are buying into this.
Eventually, I would ask God to baptize me in the Holy Spirit again…and again. I kept doing this, not really knowing what to expect.
Again, I tried my best, but failed over and over at being “good enough.”
Which “food” is more important to you? Your answer will reveal a lot about your present and your future.