A Lesson in Faith

A Lesson in Faith

Do you trust me? The answer to this question will reveal your faith in the one who asked the question. Trust is important in family life. Husbands and wives must trust each other. Children must trust their parents. Parents are going to have to trust their children....
Preparing a Giant-Killer

Preparing a Giant-Killer

The story of David and Goliath is a wonderful story of good over evil.  You may think the lesson learned from the story of David and Goliath is: You may be small and weak, like David, but if you use whatever insignificant pebbles you have, and trust God, you can...
Four Reasons For Staying Single

Four Reasons For Staying Single

Single and Satisfied. It is important to know that it is okay to be single until, and if, God sends you someone who is spiritual, loyal, and someone you can spend the rest of your life with. Being single is smarter than being in a wrong relationship. Many people...
Ministry: Love it – Don’t Leave it!

Ministry: Love it – Don’t Leave it!

Don’t pastors only work one day a week? I have heard that line too many times. Yes, Sunday is our BIG work day (I thought it was a day of rest?) But the rest of the week is mostly preparing for that big day or following up on what happened that day. Caring for...
Contentment in your Circumstance

Contentment in your Circumstance

Have you ever heard the statement: “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence“? People are never satisfied with their own situation; they always think others have it better. It is easy to apply this philosophy to marital status. If you are...