From Charlottesville to Spain, I see images of HOPE that evil will be overcome with good. How are you doing at guarding your heart from the anger, vitriol, and hostility that has become the social norm of our time?
What do you do when you don’t know what to do? When you feel small and powerless? Jehoshaphat shows us that fear isn’t necessarily the absence of faith; it can actually be a catalyst for faith when it leads us to the right place.
This Retreat is for any and all children and urban youth workers from gospel rescue missions, urban camps and churches, after school programs, tutoring, shelter/residential programming, camping, urban basketball league.
Are you a thermometer or a thermostat? One is a reactionary instrument to its surrounding environment, while the other affects its environment.
Don’t miss the dance! Never let fear reduce your life to the role of a boat-preserver when you’ve been called to walk on water. Get out of the boat!
The danger in fighting the wrong battles is that we may find ourselves in the very throes of fighting against God himself, while convinced we are serving His agenda.
One of the sure marks of a maturing believer is an increased desire to want to please God. They often think about this question: Does it please the Lord?
Paul’s reflections on how Lois and Eunice, the primary disciplers in Timothy’s life, gave the world an infectious servant-leader.
There is nothing you will face today that isn’t already under the authority of Jesus. The same power that rose Jesus from the grave lives in us. You can live in this present reality.
The danger of spiritual complacency is that it is not only acutely self-serving, but it is highly contagious. It’s a subtle erosive to our faith.