God is on the Move

This song came to the forefront of my mind this morning. I see exciting things happening to further God’s kingdom. Last night I had the privilege to attend a vision night for a new church plant that I’m excited to see coming to my community. RiverTree Fairless is coming to our area in October 2020.Continue reading “God is on the Move”

Intentionally Bless Someone Every Day

As we prepare for this Christmas season, it will be easy to get caught up in the secular meaning of Christmas. To prepare for family gatherings, to go shopping and make sure we have gifts for everyone. We spend a ton of time decorating our houses. Many believers will take the time to attend theContinue reading “Intentionally Bless Someone Every Day”

He will always pursue us, even when we aren’t pursuing him.

Every year it seems I fall into a pattern with my writing here on this blog. About this time of year, the end of summer and beginning of fall, I start to write more. This will last through the fall and winter. Once the new year kicks in, I slowly start slowing down and usuallyContinue reading “He will always pursue us, even when we aren’t pursuing him.”

Let your Sin Story, be your God story

Jesus paid the ultimate price when He died on the cross. He was betrayed and abandoned by his friends, he was accused by his own people, tortured and ridiculed, and then executed as a criminal. What makes it all different is that is not where the story ends. Jesus defeated death and rose from theContinue reading “Let your Sin Story, be your God story”

In all things God may be praised

Last night I attended a fundraiser for our local high school football team. For years, I had been heavily involved and served on board of the non-profit that supports this group. I stepped down a year ago to allow me time to do other things I felt God was calling me too. Last night, myContinue reading “In all things God may be praised”

Stop Praying for a minute

Stop praying. Why would I suggest that? Even the Bible says to continuously pray, Rejoice at all times. Pray without ceasing. Give thanks in every circumstance, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 So why should we stop praying for a minute? I’ve been studying through Crazy Love byContinue reading “Stop Praying for a minute”

Why did the disciples follow immediately?

In my reading this morning, I was in Matthew chapter 4 where he talks about the calling of the disciples. As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fisherman. “Come, follow me,Continue reading “Why did the disciples follow immediately?”