In HIS Shadow

If I had to pick a favorite scripture it would be Psalms 91. As I was reading it this morning along with some commentary about it, my heart focused on the 2nd half of verse 1. Verse 1 states “Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High, will rest in the shadow of the Read More >


I came across this verse tonight when I was looking up “Lordship”. Luke 6: 46 KJV-And why call ye me Lord, Lord and do not the things which I say? ESV-Why do you call me, Lord, Lord, but do not do what I tell you? NIV-Why do you call me, Lord, Lord and do not Read More >

What is Your Stewardship Rating?

Here is a wikipedia definition of Stewardship: Stewardship is an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources. The concepts of stewardship can be applied to the environment and nature, economics, health, property, information, theology, etc. Here is a definition of the biblical principle of Stewardship: God owns everything, we are simply managers Read More >

“The Cross”

So a light bulb just came on as I was preparing to share this evening and all I can say is Thank You Lord! This year I started following a plan to read the bible in a year. The plan I chose got my attention because you read from the old and new testaments each Read More >

From Your Heart

There is a ton of discussion these days on the importance of healthy eating. What foods impact this, what foods impact that, if you have X you should eat Y, if you have Y you should eat  Z. It is essential that we care for our physical temples so these type of conversations are necessary. Read More >

Our Scars

Lately me and messages about wounds and scars have been crossing paths from Pastor TD Jakes to Steven Furtick. The impactful aspect for me has been the need for us to begin to shake off the shame that comes with our personal scars.  A definition for the word scar (cambridge dictionary) is a mark left Read More >

Are You Dressed Correctly?

So, the question of “Are You Dressed Correctly” is really meant for those of us who love God and believe that he was, he is and is to come. It is for those of us that accept his death and resurrection. If that is you, then consider Colossians 3:12. Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy Read More >

Your Dash

Two weeks ago my sister in law Brenda passed away. I’m not sure if it happens to everyone so I’ll avoid making a generalization, but death always makes me think about life. I’ve attended several funerals in which the speaker focused on “the dash” between a person’s birth date and the date they died. The Read More >

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