We are told that if we aren’t adding our “flavor” to those around us, we are “good for nothing!”
It is a sad commentary on the human race when a society resorts to redefining what makes a human life a person in order to justify killing innocent human beings.
It seems that many in our modern world suffer from Saul syndrome. We want to please God, but we want to do it on our own terms.
Church camp: the bugs, stifling heat, lumpy mattresses, and lack of sleep; I love it!
We all have times when we get distracted by things of lesser importance than time with the Lord.
As a preacher’s wife, I see the discouragement preachers feel when they stand before the congregation and it’s mostly empty.
Surrendering all to Jesus means just that, surrendering everything.
I’ve been reflecting on graduates and advice I’d like to give my children before they graduate high school.
When you speak to your spouse and children, remember that your words can hold the power of life and death.
I have heard it said, “He who aims at nothing will hit it.” How true that is!