The Very Best Love Song

  I wish I could admit that the I was confident in my self-worth, or that I always recognized that I was worth loving. The truth is, before Christ I was a mess. My life was a mess. My heart was a mess. My mind was a mess. Some of us our blessed not to have lived out the difficult consequences of the prodigal son, before turning to Christ. Others must go their own way, and wake up in the {Read More}

The Bible is HIStory – Part 2

It’s amazing how God will direct our steps through trials increment by increment., unbeknownst to us, until we look behind us and realize that He’s brought us along a road paved with purpose, wisdom, and grace. After my daughter and I completed her bumper sticker assignment, I gave it no further thought. However, the experience of searching and studying the validity and evidence of the Bible with Tig stayed with me – and thankfully, with her as well. Throughout the {Read More}

Fruit through the Abiding

In our lives, we will face hardships, troubles, and persecution (John 16:33). And, we can take comfort in the fact that our situations do not go unnoticed by God. Yet, whether we are currently in a valley season, a mountaintop season, or climbing up or down the mountain, we are called to a godly life full of spiritual fruitfulness, through Christ Jesus. Simply put, each of us are called to a walk of faith, wherein we productively perform the good {Read More}

To Love as a Servant-Leader

Throughout the history of the church, Christians have struggled with what it means to be a leader. Yet Christ set the example of what was to be expected through his own life, and subsequent death. Many of the characteristics that Christian leaders should strive to emulate were demonstrated during Jesus’ final meal with his disciples, before He was to be crucified.   Humility and a servant’s attitude toward those we lead.   As twenty-first century Christians, it is hard for {Read More}

Vessels of Agape

Here is an amazing truth: Those who are saved are sealed with the Holy Spirit, and He dwells within them. We are then temples of the Spirit of God. How amazing is that? How often would we rebel, resist the Lord, and commit public and secret sins if we kept ever before us the thought “We are the temple of the Spirit of God? He is with me, always. He keeps me, desires for me to know and seek Him, {Read More}