mandates on how to deal with Covid19 on top of the already exciting and possibly stressful time of starting classes, you may want some help! I hope the following tips will be an encouragement to you.
When young adults and teenagers are discerning the will of God, the strongest motivation perhaps is to allow the pressure or expectations from peers, girlfriends/boyfriends affect their decision-making process. While the input of others and those who know us best can be healthy, it can also distract a young person from truly finding and fulfilling the will of
The man could not hear, and his speaking was unintelligible. Many people would have discarded this man or avoided him – but not all people. Concerned people brought the man to Jesus. The crown wanted to see what Jesus could do with this man. With compassion and personal privacy, Jesus takes the man away from the crowd….
The Little-Known History of the Contribution of Freedom of Conscience and Pastor John Clarke to the Freedom of America 100 years before the American War for independence, a Baptist preacher named Dr. John Clarke had already sowed the seeds of freedom. Along with men such as Roger Williams, who established the first Baptist Church inContinue reading “The Little-Known History of John Clarke”
Do you like to exercise? Enjoy running or jogging? When I was young, my favorite exercise besides chasing a ball on a court or field was swimming. I would work out for baseball and basketball constantly as a teenager – in the swimming pool. We live in a time in history when fitness is taught,Continue reading “Faith Fitness”
“Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.” –Elbert Green Hubbard Elijah was depressed. This prophet and preacher for the Lord had a classic case of what is known today as “clinical depression.” His story is found in 1 Kings 19:1-10. Doctors who study this passage suggest that ElijahContinue reading “Fighting Falsehoods”
(There are fill in the blanks and room for answering questions in this post). “I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is whyContinue reading “Factoring For Failure”
(There are fill in the blanks and room for questions and answers in this posting). What is the worst thing that could ever happen to you? Death, while perhaps intimidating is not the worst thing. There is an appointment with death that God has on His schedule for you. Hebrews 9:27 teaches, And as itContinue reading “Facing Fear”
Fear. Aloneness. Anxiety. Struggles. Failure. Losses. Stress. Falling. Disappointment. Falsehoods. Lies. Stories. Regret. Pain. Each of us will experience the above forms of suffering at some point in our lives. Some of us may seemingly endure more pain and agony than others. How do we cope? How can we rise above the fears, failures, andContinue reading “Get Back in the Game”
And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Ephesians 6:4 The house is going up. In the field where the large tree fell, a new home is being built. On our way to school, my children make comments, and we enjoy watchingContinue reading “Building Your Kids”