YouNot all of us pastors have the luxury of having a full worship band, pianist and an ear for music. Let’s face it, some of us reading this article right … Continue reading 10 Ministry Tools for the Non-Musically Inclined Pastor.
“When I am afraid, I put my trust in you.” -Psalm 56:3 They say that you should never underestimate the power of the ocean. It can be a dangerous place, … Continue reading Faith Lessons From The Ocean – Lesson #1 “The Trench Of Fear”
“…I will be found by you, declares the Lord…” Jeremiah 29:14 Have you ever misplaced your keys…your wallet…you cell phone? I once lost my cell phone, and I began to … Continue reading “Lost and Found”
So we did a weekend of Messy Church recently, that consisted of 2 hour segments on the topic of the “I Am’s” of Jesus. I would recommend along with leaders … Continue reading Messy Church – Weekend VBS…”I Am’s of Jesus”
First let me insist that failing to plan is a plan to fail…I am sure you have heard that before. But it’s true. Everyone of us has potential to risk … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, 3 Reasons Why Failure IS An Option…
First of all let me set the record straight, if we aren’t following Christ and desiring to be like Him in every way, then we really shouldn’t call ourselves Christians. … Continue reading 4 Ways We Get Christianity Wrong
We all go through times while on the journey where the road is silent. Other times our prayer life is full of answers and confirmations from God. Dare I even … Continue reading Hello Again, It’s Me…(A Pondering on Silence In The Prayer Journey)
I always have fond memories of the Easter season. Growing up in the church, I don’t recall a time when I didn’t go to church. Many times I sat through … Continue reading Easter Memories – Childhood Recollections…
A Personal Admission Statement (for Lent) by Steve Simms Success coaches make a big deal about the importance of having a personal mission statement. It’s a good thing to know … Continue reading Lenten Perspectives Day 2: Featuring Steve Simms
I have been there. That moment of shame. That place of embarrassment. It’s not a fun place to be, in that moment of red-faced, head-hanging sadness. Perhaps it happens when … Continue reading Devotional: “The Lifter Of My Head”
Perhaps you’ve been betrayed by those you trusted or called ‘friend’ or ‘family’. Maybe you entrusted someone with personal information only a few would know, thinking that they would always … Continue reading Learning To Trust Again…
“Saul got up from the ground, but when he opened his eyes he could see nothing. So they led him by the hand into Damascus. For three days he was blind, and … Continue reading What Are YOU Waiting For?