I hope this Scripture encourages anyone who thinks sin can continue to hold you down. I hope it encourages you to know that we all struggle with sin. Further, even the writer of two-thirds of the New Testament dealt with sin. Please be encouraged and know that if the Apostle Paul could acknowledge his sins … More Struggling with Sin
The story of Jesus raising a young girl from the dead is not only a miracle but a powerful illustration for contemporary Christians. It reminds us that nothing is beyond the power or scope of Jesus. Let’s quickly look at the corresponding Scriptures for this story. Matt 9:18, 19. The synagogue was a place where … More Christ Can Heal Any Situation
The New Year brings with it endless possibilities. As a leader, you must do many things. Some things are sequential but most of your responsibilities will need to be done concurrently. I want to encourage you to keep three more things in mind as you lead your company, ministries, nonprofits, or yourself through 2017. 1. … More Leaders Should Do These 4 Things in 2017
Can you believe 2016 is nearly over? Together we have covered a lot of issues facing Christianity. I hope your year was Godly. I hope you have become a stronger Christian. I’ll leave you with three simple questions that I saw while reading today. I hope the answers come from your deep convictions. 1. Who … More Three Simple Questions
In a few days many people around the world will be celebrating Christmas. Interestingly enough, not all of them will be celebrating Christ. Rather, they will be worshipping the commercialized version of Christmas. Before we proceed, it would be prudent to acknowledge the fact that it is probable Jesus was not born on December 25. … More Give the Gift of Christmas
Have you been challenged lately to do more for Christ? have you been encouraged to live out the faith you profess? Your pastor should be challenging you to live for Christ at all times. Regrettably, some Christians lose the power and confidence of their Christian living when they leave the confines of the church. It … More Move From Hearing to Doing
I have attended numerous churches where someone would say, “Hallelujah is the highest praise.” Is that actually correct? You probably heard that yesterday, didn’t you? What is it? What does it mean? What does it mean for your ministry/walk in Christ? Blessing Hint: Don’t use Webster’s Dictionary.