Just because it is important for us to keep a good reputation does not give us the right to be fake.
The congregation we visited this evening did something different during the Lord’s Supper…and it was wonderful.
God promised I would never be alone. Those promises weren’t given to Jesus.
Every once in a while you will get an honest person tell you why most Christians today don’t even go down the road of church discipline: “It doesn’t work.”
Remember where you came from and fall on your face in gratitude for the wonderful, matchless love of our amazing God.
As I have grown in my faith, I have grown to love, want, and need to be in worship.
As a preacher’s wife, I see the discouragement preachers feel when they stand before the congregation and it’s mostly empty.
We’ve all been selfish. Don’t deny it. You know you have, too.
I am ready to stop allowing distractions to become excuses as to why I am not worshiping my Creator like I should – like He deserves.
When we find something we are passionate about, we don’t quit until we get it.