Tag: Gospel

Witness Well

Three benefits when we trust God to handle logistics

Planning a family reunion. Organizing a Christmas office party. Event managers pay attention to details. Pages of to-do lists wait to be checked off. Many years ago, I was involved in event management for a large university in… Read More

Four reasons why Jesus calls himself the Light of the world

During the season of winter, storms pass through – one after another – bringing days of darkened overcast skies. The sun remains hidden behind the clouds begging to emerge to bring light and warmth. The cold dreariness hangs… Read More

Why sounds matter in proclaiming God’s Word

The words from our mouth can define who we are. Our dialect reveals to people where we are from. The New York Times recently released a short quiz online that attempted to pinpoint the location of a person’s… Read More

God’s Word serves like bones for our body

The Importance of God’s Word serves like bones for our body The strength of a building rests in its foundation. Secured firmly into the ground, it’s frame provides shape and form.  The human body is designed in the same… Read More

The mystery and power of Christ reveals itself in Christmas

Gideon. Samson. David. Samuel. Old Testament heroes whose faith conquered kingdoms.  Ordinary men who gained extraordinary victories against all odds. They achieved what was promised. Weaknesses were turned into strengths. They unlocked a great mystery of experiencing and receiving the power of God. They trusted… Read More

How our freedom is God’s greatest gift

The preservation of freedom is a hallmark of western society and democracy. Preemptive wars are fought and global policies are formed in the interest of freedom. Freedom is also a motivation of the gospel and the Bible goes… Read More

Four comforting promises when sharing God’s Word

God created the heart to pump life into our body. He created the fingers to feel and to explore.  He created the eyes to survey and behold. There is one small part of the body God created to be… Read More

“You did what?”

“You did what?”  I asked my husband. He had been out walking and had met two Mormon Sister Missionaries. He’d invited them to come and talk with us about the LDS faith. “Don’t worry,” he said, “You just… Read More