Often, phrases in the Bible catch my attention. Then, I’ll read them or hear them again and again in conversations, sermons, books, et cetera. One of those phrases that God
When we think of being a Spirit-filled church, images of emotionalism, people rolling on the floor, speaking in tongues, dancing in the sanctuary, and the like may come to mind.
It is easy to try and do life in our own strength. When I do that, I often find myself in a more difficult situation than what I began with.
God has endowed this church and its members with many gifts. Romans 12:6–8 says:
We have different gifts, according to the grace given to each of us. If your gift is
A Litany to Honor Mothers of Faith
We walk in the company of the women who have gone before, mothers of the faith both named and unnamed, testifying with ferocity and
Away with pleading poverty:
The kingdom of God belongs to us all.
Away with bewailing of failings:
Forgiveness has come from the grave.
Away with your fears of dying:
The death of our Savior has
“Hope is the ability to hear the music of the future;
Faith is having the courage to dance to it today.”
"The new song never describes the world the way
In this blessed and welcomed season of Eastertide, we are invited to perceive new life happening all around us. With attentive senses, we allow the goodness of this world and
A reflection on Palm Sunday by John D. Blase.
Please don’t. Please. It is what I wanted to say. But I stood silent. And who am I? I am the one some