Category: transformation

Good things are not always God things

A couple days ago I was doing my morning reading out of my daily read Bible that my church is going through and there was a story that struck me. I am going to do a brief recap but the story is found in 2 Samuel 7. David says to the prophet Nathan, I have

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Where are you being sent?

“When God sees a problem, He sends a person” (Christian Mungai). Throughout history problems have been solved by people. While God is the one acting and moving, he is moving through people. We see mighty men and women throughout history that saw the problem and responded. When God sees a problem He sends a person,

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Sometimes We Wait…

As I have been reading my Bible (my church’s daily read Bible) I have been seeing how God moves in ways that seem a bit crazy. That timing is so important, and that even though we may not understand why things are the way they are, there is a purpose behind it. One of the

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Timing is Everything

How many times have we heard that timing is everything? How often have we doubted God because His timing was not the same as our own? In the Bible we read story after story about how perfect God’s timing is. How sometimes we have to wait for what we want because it is not the

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Be Still….

In a world where we live constantly on the go, sometimes we forget to be still. I know that I am really good at doing things. When someone is sad, or upset, I want figure out what I can do to make it better. Any of you feel like that? I read the story of

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A Masterpiece

What do you think of when you hear the word masterpiece? Does the Mona Lisa come to mind? Sistine Chapel? When I hear the word masterpiece my mind automatically goes to the greats right? You know Da Vinici, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Monet, Picasso, Van Gogh, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach… you know the guys that have famous works that

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Mothers Day For The Foster Mother

To the hero of the day, the ones that may or may not have children on this Mother’s day. To the foster moms, I admire what you do.  This month is foster care awareness month and so often the foster moms go unrecognized. They are there in the middle of the night when a little one

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Playing Our Parts

Playing various instruments growing up I learned the importance of each instrument playing their specific part and at the volume written in the music. In ministry we see this same thing. As members of an orchestra or band, we each have our parts that we play to produce a most amazing song. Sometimes you have

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Transformation

Looking back to my college days I remember how much I hated being in small groups. I to this day have a love/hate relationship with them. I value small groups because transformation happens in the circles of the church.  In the circle you are known and you know others.  For some the circle can be

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