Through His amazing, enabling, and sustaining grace, Christ draws us to Himself...following Christ is the only path to heaven. His purposeful journey reveals a system of standards based on principles that express His warmth and love designed to meet the hearts of men.
Earlier this year, my husband Roy and I had the opportunity of spending a day at The Art Institute of Chicago…I was not so much interested in the pieces within the museum, but to experience the architect’s handiwork…
Have you ever had a conversation with someone and promised them that you would pray for them and their situation, only to remember sometime later when you spoke to them again that you had completely forgot to pray?
At the church that I pastor in Daytona Beach, we recently finished the 100-days of prayer initiative, alongside other churches around the world. My initial thought when it was announced back in March was that it was in response to the COVID-19 pandemic...
My head was in my hands, my eyes closed. I was feeling overwhelmed. My prayer list was getting long: the wounded, the sick, those without work, fears and anxiety, lost loved ones. Lord, so much brokenness — where do I begin?
What did you do with your time during the coronavirus lockdown? My church had a large box of donated paperback copies of The Great Controversy which had sat in the church office for the longest time. With the extra time I had at home...
We must clearly understand with whom we wage war, or we will default to fallen self. A little-recognized definition for idolatry is allowing man to become the center of worship, rather than God. All roads lead back to the fallen human heart.
The word of GOD is the channel through which divine love communicates to men His Truth and His will. Prayer is a principle, a gift from God, to prepare us and others to meet Him. He invites us to come unto Him.
When I opened my eyes, it felt like I had just closed them. I turned my head to see my alarm clock — just a few minutes before six — my usual time to worship and pray. This quiet time before the day begins is precious and rare.
Have you ever had a conversation with someone and promised them you’d pray for them and their situation only to remember sometime in the future, or when you spoke to them again that you completely forgot to pray?