Serving in Sonchasers has been a blessing over the years. I have found that God has not only used me to help disciple children as followers of Christ, but has renewed my joy and awe that I have in my savior, Jesus Christ.Read more "Why I Serve in Children’s Ministry"
On a recent Sunday, the power to the building went down mid-service. There’s a first time for everything, I guess. I’m thankful it happened. Here’s why. It reminded us of what we truly need and don’t need when we gather on a Sunday.Read more "Lightbulb Moments"
Below, are the evidences (January-March 2019) collected into one post. May these lead us to an attitude of thankfulness to and worship of our God who is at work, not only through us, but in us.Read more "Evidences of God’s Grace: January – March 2019"
So, as you get your brackets filled out, wait for the tipoff, and look forward to some exciting basketball; also keep your eyes fixed on glorifying God in all we do, and applying the Gospel in all areas of our life. As believers, we shouldn’t just be looking for “One Shining Moment” to be a witness for Christ, but rather look for many little moments to be the light of Christ to others in our day to day walk with JesusRead more "March Madness"
Always’ and Never’s…I know you’re not supposed to use those very often, but they are accurate here. We know them to be true because of Scripture’s teaching. I know them to be true from my own life experiences. And for those of you who have sought to try and hide, and have experienced the freedom of walking in the light (like me), then you know these statements to be true.Read more "What You’ll Always Regret and What You’ll Never Regret"
Believer in Christ, the local church is beautiful. Don’t miss the beauty. It is all around, if you’re watchful. Thank our Father in Heaven for this gift and His design.Read more "The Local Church is Beautiful"
As you raise your child(ren) to know and follow the Lord and His ways, here is some encouragement regarding how to navigate the subject sex. I’ll set them up as 9 things not to do, compared to 9 things to do.Read more "Do’s and Don’ts of the ‘The Talk’"