Tired of Fighting

Are you tired of fighting? I sure am. We live in a society of fight or flight triggers that seem to keep our stress hormones at an all time high and our sacred encounters at an all time low. We fight traffic and feelings, different opinions and all too familiar foes. Familiar foes are perhapsContinue reading “Tired of Fighting”

Healing For the Sin-Sick Soul

It is no secret that the Western Medical Model has failed us. Built primarily on the treatment of symptoms and disease, this model has trained us to focus on our problems more than prevention. We have become a society seeking relief rather than patiently waiting for healing. We demand answers from physicians while simultaneously questioningContinue reading “Healing For the Sin-Sick Soul”

Spiritual Warfare; Offense or Defense?

Are you familiar with the term spiritual warfare? Some of us are all too familiar with this war in the spiritual realm, while others may not have heard much about it from the pulpit. Thankfully, God’s Word describes spiritual warfare for us. “Put on the full armor of God [for His precepts are like theContinue reading “Spiritual Warfare; Offense or Defense?”

Developing A Sweet Tooth For God

“Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good!” Psalm‬ ‭34:8‬ ‭ESV‬‬ What if the cover of your bible read like a food label? The Bread of Life; made with love, mercy, and grace, organic, no artificial ingredients, only God-breathed, preservative free, yet preserves life, recommend a daily dose, sweeter than honey, taste and seeContinue reading “Developing A Sweet Tooth For God”

Pentecost Parallels

In honor of Pentecost, I want to share just a few of the great parallels of Scripture. I was reminded this morning, as I read in John 20, of how the Spirit gives life. Follow along with me as we discover the Old in the New! “When he had said this, he showed them hisContinue reading “Pentecost Parallels”

The Love-Sick Bride

Jesus loves me. This I know. For the Bible tells me so. . . These familiar lines first appeared in a novel by Susan Warner in 1860. Originally penned as a poem, they were spoken to comfort a dying child. Most of us know these phrases as a childhood hymn, which they later became thanksContinue reading “The Love-Sick Bride”

How Am I Supposed To Feel?

Isaiah 40 contains prophetic words later echoed in Luke 3 regarding the ministry of John the Baptist. John the Baptist was a precursor to Jesus Christ and he preached a baptism of repentance. John’s ministry was a preparing of the way for eternal salvation to come through the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. As mostContinue reading “How Am I Supposed To Feel?”