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  • Transform Your Life with Abundance-Based Faith

    How often do we miss what is right in front of us? This week, an old camera that one of the hosts from Antiques Road Show purchased for 60 euro sold at auction for 20,000 euro. The original owner had no idea what he had when he let it go for less than $75. We …[ read more ]

  • What is the Work of an Evangelist?

    Unity. It’s a simple word. It’s a concept people can get behind. Immediately, we appreciate the advantages of it. There is strength in numbers. There is peace in agreement.  Majorities make waves. There’s a certain security in group covenant. The Psalmist agrees. “Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity! It is …[ read more ]

  • The Audacity of a Shared Meal

    I invited myself over for dinner at a friends’ home. I’m not normally one to barge in but it was the first warm evening in a long time. I’d been at a women’s retreat and had enjoyed singing God’s praises with other women for the first time in forever. And it just seemed like too …[ read more ]

  • When the Church is Weak, Is God Still Strong?

    If you haven’t struggled with the happenings of 2020 and now 2021, you haven’t been paying attention. It’s been a rough fourteen months for all of us. And a powerful time of testing for the American church. The Devil’s Schemes When conflict rages, it’s so important for us to remember how our enemy operates (I’m …[ read more ]

  • What to Do When Your Life is on Fire

    I grew up knowing exactly what to do if my clothes caught fire. Stop. Drop. And roll. With all the emphasis of this practice, I fully expected that at some point, surely before I turned sixty, some piece of clothing would spontaneously combust.  I have spent much less time than I anticipated in contact with …[ read more ]