How to Overcome Fear

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There is a natural fear which protects us from danger. There is also an unnatural fear which paralyzes us. It’s more than an emotion; it has spiritual forces behind it. And there is also a spiritual fear, the fear of God.  Fear has a way of changing our focus from God to the problems around us. Fear can change our …

Overcoming Storms of Life

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Life has sunshine and storms. Storms don’t last long, but they are real. Every storm in the Bible came to an end. There were three notable people in Scripture who went through the storm: Jonah, Jesus, and Paul. They each overcame the storm differently. Jonah threw himself overboard, and the storm stopped. Jesus spoke to the storm, and it ceased. …

Easter and Infinity

Easter and Infinity

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It’s Good Friday as I write this, and if you don’t know Jesus personally, you might wonder what is so good about the crucifixion and death of Jesus on the cross? After all, an innocent guy was killed on this day 2,000 or so years ago by a huge miscarriage of justice. What could be good about that? A lot …

Thanksgiving is the Key to Miracles

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Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada, the United States, some of the Caribbean islands, and Liberia. It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Similarly named festival holidays to occur in Germany and Japan. Jesus set us an example of thanksgiving (John 11:41). The heavenly host …

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Beginners Guide to Fasting

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Fasting is abstaining from food for spiritual reasons. Fasting helps to overcome the problems of life. It renews our connection to the Holy Spirit. It also helps us to fulfill God’s calling in our life.  There are 3 types of fasts:  1. Full Fast. When we drink only liquids (you establish the number of days). 2. Partial Fast. A partial …

What is Fasting?

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The foundation of fasting is a response to a revelation of God’s mercy, love, and grace. It is the revelation of who God is and what He has done that pulls us to express our gratitude through offering our body as a living sacrifice to God. Paul talks about mercy, righteousness, salvation, justification and Jesus’ sacrifice. Romans 12:1-2 states, “…offer …

Discipleship Internship Week 1

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Here are what some of our Spring discipleship 2021 interns have to say about why they chose to postpone their plans for three months and trust in what God has called them to do. “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord. As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are …

Designed to Worship

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We were created to worship our Lord and Him alone. The times of casual approaches to worship leading are over. The war has begun and we are the forefront of the army. Church is not a platform to highlight our gifts and talents. However, we can use our gifts to highlight the one who created them in us (John 12:32). …

Submission Leads to Mission

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Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; Proverbs 3:5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart… Maybe you are like me & you’ve asked God, “What does it mean to trust you with ALL my heart?”  Well, Jesus asked me, “where do you find comfort?” Ask yourself that… notice how you want to …

Undoing by Being Undone

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The Gospel is simply the message announcing the reunited kingdom of God. The kingdom was broken in the garden of Eden where earth and all of nature fell because its ruler, Adam, gave in to satan. The world divorced heaven and embraced hell. The gospel announces God’s ultimate victory in the decisive battle that won the long civil war between …

I’m Exhausted

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“I’m exhausted.” has been the most common line for many, in the year 2020, and it continues as we enter into 2021.Not only did the responsibilities increase in our own personal lives but the demands everywhere have doubled and become louder. As a follower of Christ, we are called to win souls and to make disciples. “Now wherever you go, …