Category: MUSIC MINISTRY
I can hear the waves sweetly crashing on the shore as Jesus sat with his disciples that morning by the fire.
I love winter. I revel in the stillness and find solace in the quiet. All of life seems to slow done, except maybe during the Christmas holidays where it can get pretty crazy in everyone’s house. But even then, there is a return to simplicity, joy and rest. A season of anticipation, a gathering of hearts and memories around times gone by. And a … Read More Christmas Wonder
Ten Things Worship Leaders Should Exhibit If They’re Going To Lead Well…That Have Nothing To Do With Music.
This week while studying God’s Word, the Lord brought me to 1 Thessalonians chapter two to an amazing portion of scripture where Paul was talking about his conduct among the believers and those he led and did life with. He was entrusted with the Gospel to bring it to them and he began to talk about his conduct in that trust with them and … Read More Ten Things Worship Leaders Should Exhibit If They’re Going To Lead Well…That Have Nothing To Do With Music.
Self-rejection is a taboo subject because it contains so many implications. Yet, millions of us, the majority, women, engage in this practice daily. Some to very severe degrees to the point of eating disorders, domestic violence, drug additions, self-mutilation and self-abasement of the worst kinds. In this week’s podcast, we’ll discuss some of the origins of self-rejection and some ways you can begin to … Read More Fighting the Battle of Self-Rejection
des·o·late adjective adjective: desolate 1. (of a place) deserted of people and in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness. It seems that God might be partial to the desolate places. After all, great men of God were led there; Moses. Joseph. John the Baptist. And even Jesus. They were all led into the wilderness for testing and preparation to be used mightily by God.
There is a real need in our world to know God. The need is not great just in the world but in our churches. We preach and proclaim the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and Jesus, but rarely are we in touch with that God.
Finding myself in you is the most beautiful place on earth! God, I love, I adore, I worship your beauty, your heart of grace!
Is it possible that you are living, right now, in an answer to a desperate prayer you prayed? A prayer you whispered or fervently cried out to God with tears and burning in your heart to be molded into the image of Christ?