Including God in Your Kids Schedule

If you are a parent; single, married or divorced, you know just how challenging it can be to juggle schedules. Getting your day off to a good and positive start can make the difference between keeping your sanity or losing it! Recently, I heard two messages reminding me and others how important it is to … Continue reading Including God in Your Kids Schedule

Ministering to the Mind

How has your Monday been going?  Are you feeling better today than you were yesterday? If so, great! If not, why? Let me take a guess at it. Yesterday, you were feeling a little bit down from either missing someone, being discouraged from one disappoint after another or receiving some not so good news and … Continue reading Ministering to the Mind

How to Get Released Out of Your Situation

The thing about holidays or celebrations is that they do come to an end. And regardless of how we had to pretend or struggle to get through them, the aftermath places us back into our realities. The reality is that if you were feeling some type of way before this past weekend, the reason did … Continue reading How to Get Released Out of Your Situation

Applying Your Church Experience After Sunday

Did you make it to church yesterday? I know...you had every intention to do so but somehow all the Daylight Saving Time reminders bypassed you, right? I understand. Falling back and Springing forward are two ‘freebies’ that churchgoers can use as an excuse not to attend a fellowship service on Sunday. Is there any wonder … Continue reading Applying Your Church Experience After Sunday

Declaring My Mind to Believe

“Who hopes for what he already has? But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently.” Romans 8:24c-25 NIV Yesterday, I published a post entitled, “I Prayed…Now What?” that focused on our state of mind the day after Sunday when the ‘spiritual residue’ starts to fade. In that … Continue reading Declaring My Mind to Believe

I Prayed…Now What?

It’s the day after Sunday.   Are you still feeling empowered from yesterday’s service?  After six long days of dealing with work stress, family problems and unbalanced emotions, you found strength to mobilize yourself to get to a place of empowerment and rejuvenation. You were in desperate need of an environmental change. You craved to … Continue reading I Prayed…Now What?

After the Altar Call

I know what it feels like to be holding on to Faith while Fear is pulling you down. I know what it feels like to call on Friends out of desperation and they start acting like Foes. But somewhere in between disappointment and despair, you manage to give your mind permission to think about a promise.

Who Will Come to the Rescue?

November 1, 2015 Sunday School Commentary Lesson Guide, FAITH Series Who Will Come to the Rescue? Background Text: Acts 12:1-24 Highlighted Text – Acts 12:1-11 Key Verse - “Peter was kept in prison, but the church was earnestly praying to God for him (Acts 12:5, NIV). Prayer works! This is why it is a relevant … Continue reading Who Will Come to the Rescue?

The Power of Fasting

February 1, 2015 Sunday School Commentary "Feasting and Fasting" Bible Background- Daniel 1, Matthew 6 Highlighted Text – Daniel 1:5, 8-17; Matthew 6:16-18 But thou, when thou fastest, anoint thine head, and wash thy face; That thou appear not unto men to fast, but unto thy Father which is in secret: and thy Father, which … Continue reading The Power of Fasting

Jesus Is Our High Priest

January 18, 2015 Sunday School Commentary Jesus Intercedes for Us Bible Background- Hebrews 4 Highlighted Text – Hebrews 4:14-5:10 "For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin" (Hebrews 4:15). Our Sunday School lessons … Continue reading Jesus Is Our High Priest