What better diet for a church to have than the very words of God, spoken to and over them as much as possible.
Gleanings are some items I’ve found lying around the web that I’ve found helpful this week. Gospel-Driven Prayer One of my greatest burdens as a pastor is leading a church to be a praying church. I honestly don’t think we can fully honor God as we should if we are not depending on him in prayer. ThisContinue reading “Gleanings – May 3, 2019”
This is an article for those of us who think the word “PRAY” is the most jarring four-letter word uttered in the church.
God loves us and we can rest easy in the fact that even those things that bring us anxiety are comfortably in His hands.
God’s ways do not always make sense. Maybe making sense of them shouldn’t be our top priority.
For God, prayer is all about relationship. It’s all about being with His children.
As Jesus prays against Satan’s influence, He draws our attention to three ways in which Satan works in this world.
The second post in a series on Thomas from John 20. Perhaps you can identify with “Doubting” Thomas, and be met by Jesus in His kindness and grace.
The Apostle Thomas was famously known as a doubter – but who, in fact, was he? We can, perhaps, understand a little bit more about our own struggles with with belief by considering Thomas’ story. The first of several parts.
Every believer should bring their Bible to church. Here are four reasons why.