When life gives you lemons you make lemonade, right? That is unless you are Paul and Silas. When life gave them lemons that prayed and sang hymns to God. I wonder what would happen if when life gave us lemons we would have the same response as Paul and Silas. Let’s look back at Acts
How much do we trust God? Do we trust Him with everything?
So last week, we talked about my journey towards being known (The Journey Continues) I told you about my goal for this week, to speak up two times during small group times. You know what happened, it actually happened but something even crazier happened, my heart did not start racing, and I did not feel
“Where there is no vision the people perish but he that keepeth the law happy is he” Proverbs 29:18
Love Your Neighbor, show them they are valued….
What do You want? What do You want Jesus to do?
Growing up, there was a song we used to sing at church and camp, it seemed to be one of the few hymns that translated well to be played on guitar, it was call Here I Am, Lord. Now for those that know me, I do not take to singing song lyrics that I do
“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,
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
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