• • • Love of God • • •
Jesus promises that if we hunger and thirst to do what is right that we will be filled. As we all know, hungering and thirsting means that there is always something more to go after. But along the way, as we trust the LORD through this process, we can experience fulfillment.
We all have moments in life when we feeling like we are slipping and we're not sure what to do. The Bible teaches us a couple things: come before God and bring our struggles before our brothers and sisters.
Brett Madron reflects on the rewards of living by faith and the kind of people God will entrust us with as we live life according to his will.
Brett Madron reflects on the Psalmist's instruction to "be still and know that he is God," in the midst of a busy world and an antsy disposition.
“The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak"-- an every day prayer, not just something for the end. Brett Madron reflects on living Jesus' words.
Brett Madron reflects on Proverbs 4:23 - "Keep your heart with vigilance, for from it flow the springs of life." What kind of implications does this wise saying have for practical living?
Rosemary Sherrod explores life behind the scenes, were mothers work hard to help the ministry of G.O.D. go 'round.
Brett Madron's latest installment on practical spirituality focuses on Psalm 139 and how one's awareness of God's presence in their life affects their day-to-day behavior.
Laurie Kagay reflects on Paul's words in remembrance of Jesus, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." We’ve found it to be true! In putting the needs of the weak at the forefront of our minds, particularly during the holidays, when everyone finds more ways to spend, we’re blessed. Joyful. Thankful. Content.
Peace can be elusive. We have this knack to replace the most recent anxiety or fear with the one we might encounter next.The prophet Isaiah writes: You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.”Brett Madron reflects on