People are hungry for a touch from God. Let’s be quick to pray with others to hear our hearts and receive from God. Who know what friends you may make?
Romans 3:23 is one of the first verses many of us ever memorized. But, I suggest many of us haven’t really thought about what it is saying.
Christians have a low tolerance to unorthodoxy. Should Christians hate Justin Bieber or celebrate his lifestyle they hate? Should celebrities accept Jesus?
I will not intentionally offer any views on the same-sex marriage ruling. What I feel the need to speak on is how do we pray. How do we find God in this?
What if you’re asked to pray for something God doesn’t want to answer? Prayer is knowing the heart of God for others and engaging Him on that level.
In Colossians Paul gives us 4 ways to help us with the question, how do you pray for others. These 4 steps will increase your effectiveness in prayer.
We are starting the business to help protect orphan girls from human trafficking by giving them jobs that will keep them off the streets.
There was a celebration going on in the spirit and Jesus realized if it didn’t find expression in the people the rocks would have cried out instead.
In Creative Intercession Allison Shorter takes out the pressure out of partnering with God and shows how this partnership can be simple, fun, and creative.
People love others that believe in them. These are the best friends. He who has the greatest faith in me will have the greatest impact on my life.
For money a group of people imprison another group to use and exploit them. Those caught in the sex trade see no value in themselves than being objects.
The addiction recovery prayers give traction in gaining help from God. They generate hope in God’s desire for healing and the person’s ability to overcome.