As I write this blog, it’s a cold, dark Monday morning in my office. Earlier around 4:15 a.m. while in prayer, I was feeling heavy and somewhat discouraged. (Yes, it happens even to pastors!)
Several years ago when I was preaching in a certain church in Kitchener, Ontario, I made the comment that “the anointing is earned, not learned.”
In Matthew 13:12, Jesus said, “To those who listen to My teaching, more understanding will be given, and they will have an abundance of knowledge.” Are we “hearing only”, or are we “listening”?
Who is the devil’s accomplice? It’s not the drug dealer, nor the murderer, nor the pornographer, nor the false prophet—it’s not even the coming Antichrist!
8. Leaders Use Their Resources Wisely
Optimizing resources and receiving a return on investment is something secular leaders expect. Well, guess what? Christian leaders must make proper use of God-given resources as well. Get to know your congregation, for some members may have skills and talents but may feel shy or in need of a little...
Whenever there is a goal, a level of leadership is required so people can work as a team in order to accomplish the goal. As Christians, we want to live a life of value to be a blessing for our family, friends, our community and to all nations.
I want to share with you my personal view on Christmas and why my family and I choose to celebrate it.
Once again, it’s that time of year for cute little goblins, witches and ghosts to come gleefully knocking on your door with bags open ready to receive their “treat”! Harmless fun?
So I started to write on being single and the church, then I got busy and had some huge spiritual warfare. So through all this God laid on my heart a new topic. Sunday's message at church confirmed it.
Peace among one another is the golden rule for Christians in order to maintain fellowship as well as a positive witness to the world.