Is Hope Lost?

Where does your hope live? There’s too much hope in man rather than hope in God. We need to change that. Just like there’s way too much fear of man rather than fear of God. God isn’t man and man isn’t God. Trump isn’t God either (despite what many are believing out there unfortunately –Continue reading “Is Hope Lost?”

Light Shines In The Darkness

“Though I sit in darkness, the Lord will be my light.” – Micah 7:8 Children are often afraid of the dark. The intense screams when the night light isn’t turned on as they go to bed. Even a small child can tell that darkness is never a good thing, always eager for that slight lightContinue reading “Light Shines In The Darkness”

Division

Has anyone noticed that churches are becoming more and more divided? Just one difference can make a pastor leave a church and start one of his own just down the street. Just one difference can drive members to leave a church no matter how good of memories they had. This has been heavy on myContinue reading “Division”

Gratitude

I wanted to take this time to praise the goodness of God. I am SO glad that He doesn’t think as humans do. I’m grateful for my wonderful Father. I’m grateful for His amazing love no matter how stupid I become. I’m grateful for His forgiveness. I’m grateful for His patience. I’m grateful that HeContinue reading “Gratitude”

Testimonies

Christianity (err – churchianity) breaks my heart more lately. It just seems like churches, pastors especially, are way too busy focusing on the business and worldly side of operating a church and totally disregarding God. I have shared parts of my testimony at least 3 times this month because I’m just SO excited what GodContinue reading “Testimonies”

Prayer

One of the most important forms of encouragement we have as Christians is prayer. Prayer is extremely powerful, It is our ability to communicate with God and seek His wisdom, guidance, and peace. When we know someone else is going through a hard time, why is it so hard to reach out in prayer? ForContinue reading “Prayer”