We can have the same spiritual awakening in our homes, communities and our churches as I had in the places where Jesus walked, if we make it our purpose to believe, belong and become.
Individually, we who call ourselves followers of Christ need the light and resourcing from the Holy Spirit to fix broken things that we have become accustomed to.
Navigating our faith in the dark seasons of life requires the development of a sixth sense, an ability to engage and perceive God beyond the five senses through which we experience our natural world.
Know what you believe so that you can live what you believe.
Certain outcomes for discipleship can only be achieved in certain spaces.
When we hesitate or downplay our need for community we are downplaying the image of God in us.
A few bad decisions can result in a lot of misery. But all is not lost.
Sometimes a small gift can be used to show a great love.
Sometimes, it’s really easy to get into the routine of church and traditions and to forget that Jesus is in the forgiveness business.
Learn how to create a plan to climb toward the future and propel yourself toward the summit of your dreams.
Pastor Kelley illuminates the power of God to turn our efforts and even our failures toward God’s glory.
Author Mike Hilson hopes to create a place where readers can gather around a table with their favorite drink or food and have a natural conversation about biblical truth.
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