Trust God’s Care (Part 2 of 2)
Trust God’s Care (Part 2 of 2)
Don MacLafferty · Feb 16 4 minute read

We headed north by faith, sure that God would work a miracle before we came to the US/Canada border. We encouraged each other, “Even though the Canadian officials said it would take four to five more months, God can do anything! He will send us our permits in the next few days before we reach the border!”

The Church of Philadelphia
The Church of Philadelphia
Ashley Perry · Feb 12 3 minute read

Tradition tells us that the Christians in ancient Philadelphia had been taught by the beloved apostle himself, John — the author of Revelation. Now, as an aged man exiled to the isle of Patmos, he wrote to the Philadelphian Christians, and his heart must have been warmed as Jesus relayed only encouragement and promises to them.

Praying for the Holy Spirit
Praying for the Holy Spirit
Lisa Lothian · Feb 11 3 minute read

Imagine reading the following headlines about a neighborhood near you: no crime; police officers sitting in their precincts, twiddling their thumbs; no unwed pregnancies; and bars and taverns gone bankrupt for lack of patronage. Unimaginable? Not really. Not only is it possible, it really happened — during the...

Trust God’s Care (Part 1 of 2)
Trust God’s Care (Part 1 of 2)
Don MacLafferty · Feb 9 6 minute read

Our friends kindly advised us that we should not leave our home and travel 1,000 miles north to cross the border into Canada without having a permit in hand. “If you were told it would take four to five more months to get your permit, then that is what it will be.” But God said, “Go!”

Are You Tired of the Delay?
Are You Tired of the Delay?
Anthony R. Castelbuono · Feb 8 2 minute read

Since launching, we've reached more than 500,000 people through online communication campaigns. As we begin 2021, we're excited to see what...

Man After God's Own Heart
Man After God's Own Heart
Eric Shull · Feb 5 4 minute read

Christ's command to love our enemies is not abstract. When he spoke of turning the other cheek, Jesus gave concrete examples of what he meant. When He said we should love our enemies, Our Lord expanded his meaning even further. We should not only...

A National Revival (Part 1 of 4)
A National Revival (Part 1 of 4)
Travis Dean · Feb 3 4 minute read

The message of Jesus’ soon return in the early 1840s was heard by millions of Americans. In the minds of many, it was the closest experience in American history to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. How did this great revival begin? And why is it so little known?

Trust God and Do the Next Thing
Trust God and Do the Next Thing
Debi Tesser · Feb 1 5 minute read

The disciples had not seen much of Jesus since His resurrection. They wallowed in a mire of questions with no answers. They needed to do something. But what? “I'm going fishing!” Peter jumped up and stomped off with purpose toward the fishing vessel. Bewildered, the others followed.

Thy Will or My Will?
Thy Will or My Will?
Stephanie McNeilus · Jan 29 5 minute read

Most of us will say that we want the will of God to be carried out in our lives. We probably mean it too. We commit to Him in the morning, asking Him to lead us. But when the rubber meets the road, how often do we subvert God’s will and insert...

Teach Us to Love
Teach Us to Love
Time to Get Ready Team · Jan 27 1 minute read

For this Get Ready Magazine issue, we're looking back on the Top 10...

Miracle in Maui
Miracle in Maui
Anthony R. Castelbuono · Jan 22 4 minute read

As I looked into the teary, tired eyes of my son, I remembered how powerful God is. I found a semi-quiet place in the airport and I got on my knees and cried out to God...

Are You Ready for the Final Exam?
Are You Ready for the Final Exam?
Martin Kim · Jan 15 7 minute read

Oh no! The final exam is here! You haven’t attended a single class! You haven’t read a single page. You haven’t turned in a single assignment. You haven’t written a single paper. You’re toast! Then you wake up.