IT’S NOT ABOUT YOU (Archives)

I used to wonder why the master – in the parable of the talents – called the servant who hid his talent ‘wicked.’

Slothful? Yes. Fearful? I can understand…but ‘wicked’? That’s quite a stretch…

GODLY JEALOUSY

Can God make you jealous?!

Oh, certainly.

At one point in my life, I was in love with the reality series, Supernanny. Jo Frost is a short-term nanny who uses various techniques to train children who have been termed ‘difficult’ by their parents…

FOLLOW THE OIL

Scenario OneIt was on campus. We were having choir rehearsals for an upcoming combined-campus fellowship program. Finally, and thankfully, we were done. It was time to round off. The choir director called on a member of the exco – and a friend of his – to give the closing prayers so we could share theContinue reading “FOLLOW THE OIL”

‘…BECAUSE HE MARRIED THE DAUGHTER OF AHAB…’ (Ladies Only)

Sisters, you are powerful.

And I am not saying it in that bra-burning, fist-clenched, arm-raised, wild-haired, hardened-feminist kind of way.

No. I’m saying it with much fear and trembling.

Sisters, you are powerful.

GET UP – AND EAT! (Battles Series)

What’s the best thing to do when you are worn out?
Lie down and sleep, right?
Wrong.

You get up – and eat.
Ask Elijah.

Daniel revealed that, in the last days, a major activity of the enemy would be to wear out the saints of the Most High. (Daniel 7:25) ‘Wear out’ means to tire them, wear them down, or make them weary – and connotes intensity and consistency…

DO YOU ‘REALLY’ BELIEVE IN MIRACLES?

I’m not only referring to getting a job you have been praying for, money coming into your bank account, or protection from an accident.

I’m also talking about blind eyes opening. Deaf ears popping. The dead coming back to life. Fibroids disappearing. Limbs growing out.

Those types of miracles…

The Story Of Lisa And Zach

It was a mass wedding – and she was the youngest of the five brides.

When it was their turn, Lisa couldn’t help the blush that highlighted her cheeks as Zach looked at her, eyes filled with love, as he repeated after the minister, “To love and to hold, in sickness and in health…”