It seems that a lot of people are having severe troubles in their lives and are looking for a way to get relief from those problems.
An interesting phenomenon in today’s churches… people coming to church not to gather together in joint worship but, rather, to sit in the dark by themselves. We have seen this in some millennial-focused congregations, and also in a more established congregation that is likely trying to be relevant.
During this Christmas season, we will hear, sing and meditate on Jesus’ role as our Wonderful Counselor. In this pre-Christmas blog, featuring teachings by Brotha DC, Sister Judy Ann, and David River… we will dive deeper into what our Wonderful Counselor does for us.
There is power in the name of The Lord. But, do we truly understand that name that is above every name? Let’s dive into a brief study of the etymology of His name.
Over the years, we have heard many people make statements such as: “There are too many hypocrites in church…” or, “Why go to somebody’s church when I can worship God at home.” There is both truth and error in statements such as the aforementioned.
When we wrote the book Spiritual Fruits or Religious Nuts, we were thinking about the Lord’s warning that many will come before Him on the day of judgement expecting a reward. Instead, Jesus will say He never knew them and they will be cast out from His presence.
Jesus died on the cross not only to remove your sins, but also to heal your body (see 1 Peter 2:24). Jesus is our healer. Jesus cures our diseases.
Godly Sorrow by Brotha DC When King David sinned by committing adultery and following it up with the murder of his lover’s husband, God sent the prophet to confront David. When we are confronted with our sins, we often go into evasive maneuver mode: Sometimes we go into that Egyptian river called denial… Sometimes we conjure up […]
In the South, people often say…