Final post on how our belief effects the extent to which God can show power in the Earth. … More The Value of Believing Pt 4 – Death, God’s enemy
I have shared two provocative posts focused on what I call the “value of believing”. My main scripture text is from John 3 which states that the work of God is to believe on Jesus Christ and his Father who sent Jesus to us. I point out that believing God is a work. It takes … More Value of Believing Pt. 3
In our last post Jesus made an interesting statement when he was questioned by a crowd of people as to how they could do the works of God. (John 6:28-29 This was in response to doing a great miracle. Jesus replied that the “work of God” was to believe in the person whom God had … More Value of Believing Pt 2
Have you ever struggled with trusting God’s heart while you are going through adversity? If yes, you are in good company. Your faith in God gets tested when your are in tough circumstances. We are going to talk about the what to do when your faith is tested.” John 6:28-29 reads: “Then they said to … More Value of Believing
Doug and I remember when this young woman was a little girl. I read her post today and loved it so much that I have to share it here. But often, I see people on the mission field who are just concerned about being “selfless” and aren’t loving themselves at all, and I think this … More Post by Sarita Hartz
We live with the pressure to “do good deeds” for God. Many scriptures instruct us in this way. Jesus stated this in Matthew 5:16 . However, the power of the good deeds to impact the lost is connected to the love motivation of the deeds. … More WHY DID YOU DO THAT?
Some ask for kings when we need God. … More We Get What We Ask For
From the desk of Doug… I know I promised you all that we would talk about the power of forgiveness and the impact it had on the life of Peter and Paul. I have not forgotten but I wanted to do a bridge post. I was speaking with a co-worker who wished me a Merry … More Are You Valuable or Not?
The Christmas Child Do you remember when anticipation would creep under your skin as December drew near? The atmosphere of your home may have been full of secrets and giggles as family members wrote their gift lists and parents tried hard to find new hiding places. Perhaps you were a child that longed for that … More The Christmas Child
Understanding the forgiveness of God is crucial to developing our relationship with him as a son or daughter. For example, if you believe that someone is angry with you or holding something against you, you feel awkward around that person. You walk on egg shells. Eventually you may get angry that the person seems to … More God’s Radical Forgiveness Despite Your Mess