Last Spring I completed a six-week course in the T.D. Jakes Emerging Leaders Institute. The information presented was not only eye opening for me but further confirmed my desire to train and develop others in the area of leadership excellence.
The financial investment to participate was significant for me (I have
A pain like an avalanche it overtakes your heart!
Breathless. Motionless. Thoughtless.
Less because your lungs are designed to breathe life but your current existence is glaciered in
Cold like a polar ice cap
crowned at the very tip of your mountain top
Through modernization, customization, alteration and tailoring, Christianity is becoming more “liberal”. People are constantly trying to modify the written truth to fit the new trends of the world. Religion has become a term of the past due to the popularity and freedom of just being able to simply tailor your
RHONDA'S PICKS are specially selected Christian movies and music appropriate for members of our audience. This quarter's Picks are two Christian movies and New Music.
God’s Not Dead
God’s Not Dead revolves around the assignment of Philosophy Professor Raddison (Kevin Sorbo). Bitter from adverse situations that have occurred in his life, Professor
As I was going about my day, a thought came to mind about the need for accountability to encourage one another.
It is a sad situation when a friend or loved one is separated from you by a sudden death or is sentenced to jail or prison for a lengthy time.
The world is in turmoil.
It’s probably a phrase you’ve heard before, with good reason. The fallen nature of man means constant struggle. When we struggle, we are in our natural state. It’s not just a struggle against the sins we are born with, but those of the people around us.
“But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” (Rom 5:8)
How many times have we said, “Lord, please forgive me, I won’t do it anymore,” but then go back and commit the same trespass again? How often have we said, “It’s