God's character is clear: He loves His creation and His heart is for those who have no voice and are lost in this world.
“And he said to them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”-Luke 10:2 One of the issues churches across America are facing is people either being disengaged in the congregation or not even being a part of … Continue reading When The Church Empowers Christ’s People, The World Will Change
When we take time to restore broken relationships, or at least do our part in putting things right, it breaks down the potential barrier towards the Church.
we will share posts on social media addressing the issue, we will complain to our friends via text, but we feel like the pulpit should refrain from being a place money, politics, or racism should be addressed.
When a church becomes stagnant, there has to be an internal analysis of what has kept them from growing and going forward.
By the grace of God I have been lifted up out of my spiritual death. I have learned from my mistakes and the hurt I held on to. Through all of that I have grown to know, God will shine through the mess.
There are thousands of leaders participating in the Orange Conference! Perhaps more, if you count those watching the live stream, and they will continue pouring into the lives of children and youth around the world in order to inspire them in the church environment. Hopefully, carrying the inspiration into their families.
"Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn."-Romans 12:15 When tragedy strikes, it is difficult to find the right words to say. People are searching for answers, but often times they're looking for someone to assist with their healing. Healing comes in many forms, often times through tears, yet comforting words of peace can be an added benefit to those who are … Continue reading 3 Things To Say In Times Of Need
Being real requires boldness, honesty, transparency, and vulnerability. Yet, it requires wisdom and discernment, especially with how far you go.
We should be pursuing cultural change, not complacency. Christ did not look at the world and say, “Well, that’s just the way it is. I’ll die, but I don’t expect change.”