The community pool is busy today. You take a break from your nap and see children running across the concrete sides while the lifeguard is screaming “No running!”. As you watch him blow his whistle and chase after the kids, you see others in their lawn chairs reading the latest issue of People Magazine. You […]Read more "The Perfect Moment"
Throughout a Christian’s spiritual life, they go through a season which can be classified as a spiritual storm. This storm can come in many forms like a marriage breaking apart, a death in the family, financial crisis, or ministry transition that was not planned. Either way, a spiritual storm is an event that happens in […]Read more "Three Lies in a Storm"
Welcome to Jerusalem! You made it to an upper room with the other 119 individuals. The disciples began to tell you about their last moments with Jesus where he stated “For John baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence. But Ye shall receive power, after that […]Read more "The Day of Pentecost: Is the promise still alive?"
When someone makes a promise, their words have an effect on the receiving party. When the head coach of your favorite football team says that he will lead the team to the Super Bowl, you start to feel excited. When your doctor prescribes a particular medication and promises you that it will help your sickness, […]Read more "The Promises That Never Fade"
Welcome to fight night! You know it’s not going to be an easy match. The press and fans have been giving you titles like Underdog and Wannabe. Their voices are playing like a radio in your mind as you walk down to the ring with your coach. He tells you to stay calm and to […]Read more "This Is Your Fight! "
Remember that moment when God called you into ministry? I bet it was an amazing experience that was engrained in your spiritual walk with him. All of us have had different moments where God pushed us into his calling and purpose for our lives. Yours might have been an altar experience at a youth camp. […]Read more "When the Doors Do Not Open"
We were driving through Arkansas on the way back to Louisiana. The four of us guys were starving, and we were going to have lunch with our friends that were in a separate car. I was driving, and the passengers had their phones out trying to find the nearest place to eat. “How about Popeye’s? It’s only two miles away.” One of my friends asked. I told him to insert the address on his iPhone GPS…Read more "Follow My Lead"