Read here to learn about that one vital quality that deeply spiritual men and women have in common even though their temperaments and giftings may be very different.
Read here to say a prayer to go higher with the Lord Jesus in this New Year!
The phrase, “Let go and let God,” in its original usage is God-centered, focusing on God’s will and God’s power. Click here to read more from John Van Gelderen | Revival Focus.
Read here to consider the position of your own heart. There is a difference between a truly repentant heart and a heart which is sorry for a wrong outcome.
The Timeless Voice: The Church’s rightful relationship to government answers the question; “Does the church even have a role to play in government?” It’s time to pray for the Church to awaken and be the salt and light to the world.
The Kingdom of God is righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit (Romans 14:17). Read here to be encouraged in seeking first the Kingdom of God in this new year in a simple fashion and fresh start.
Read here to gain fuller understanding of the context and specific nature of the promise, “For with God nothing shall be impossible” (Luke 1:37). Then may we respond in faith like Mary did, “Be it … according to thy word [rhema].”
This article is a must read this Christmas season and a great reminder for each day of the year that you are seeking true joy. Read here to wrestle deeply with the contentment equation.
To be the “Timeless Voice,” the Church needs to be a voice of timeless truth into the culture, not just another voice of culture itself. In other words, “In the world, not of it.” But this recent Thanksgiving revealed to me just how hard that can be. Read here on how to guard your heart in our...
“You hem me in behind and before, and you lay your hand upon me.” Psalm 139:5 “Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book.” Psalm 139:16 Psalm 139 is one of those very well-known Scriptures that people memorize and quote frequently. It has a reassuring message...
Read here to learn how King Jehoshaphat responded in an impossible situation surrounding the land of Judah.
Read here to discover what baton must be handed to the next generation in this race of life.
The world needs the Church, and the Church must proclaim God’s plan for redemption, His answer to the pain. Read the full devotion here.
Psalm 118:1, 5 “Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever…In my anguish I cried to the LORD, and he answered by setting me free.” Today, I choose to praise God and testify to others, because he has set me free! How have you been set free? Has God helped...