As a Black Woman - an African American Woman - who has served as a full time missionary for the last 19 years... I must admit the history of people like me in the work of Global Missions touches my heart in ways that other history does not! 'So go and make followers of all … Continue reading Black/African American History Month
Midnight is equaled to a time of trouble and distress. (Late in the midnight hour, etc.) In the midnight hour we picture ouselves as lonely. But what if we decided, in those moments, not to despair - but to pray and praise? Besides the obvious benefit of freeing our own minds and hearts from bondage … Continue reading Praise! Can Make Us Free!
When hearing a preacher who communicates the truth clearly, we must give honor where it is due. Often we praise their oratory gifts, but truthfully we should marvel at God's presence in them as He bears testimony of His grace. You see, He is The One who gives "utterance"! He gives them the words. He … Continue reading He Testifies to His Own Greatness!!
Instead of rejoicing, with the desire of the lost to hear the truth, the jews despised sharing what they perceived as 'their truth' with anyone outside of their people. When we proclaim God's truth concerning salvation, it should be with the hope that people will be drawn in - desiring to know the truth. It … Continue reading Who Belongs?
When we proclaim God's truth concerning salvation, it should be with the hope that people will be drawn in - desiring to know this truth. It is not for us to decide who hears - only that we proclaim. Our attitude toward the lost, those who do not believe in Jesus, must be that we … Continue reading Who belongs?