Tag: prayer

Witness Well

A witnessing prayer

Witnessing Christ in today’s world is a daunting task.  Competing truths, busyness and the distractions in life add up to what seemingly is a disinterested public. When you include our own fear and weaknesses, a believer needs to… Read More

An Anecdote for Selfish Ambition in the church

  Ambition can prompt people to succeed in today’s world. The pursuit of power, glory, or to further a cause fuels a person to wholly invest their time and energy into that goal. Is ambition an appropriate term… Read More

Trust in the power of God’s Word prompts action to proclaim it

God’s ways are not our ways. His thoughts are not our thoughts. Perhaps what baffles us the most about God is that he uses believers to carry out his highest purpose – to bring people to heaven. 

Proclaiming the gospel can start with a song

Songs begin from the heart. They register profound sadness from broken hearts, spur revolutions as a call to action, or convey deep, transparent love to woo hearts. Proclaiming the gospel can start with a song.

Are there only going to be a few people who are saved?

In the ongoing conflict between good and evil, artists and writers attempt to instill the notion that all people are inherently good. When evil rears its ugly head in books and movies, we always root that love and… Read More

God uses our “small turfs of grass” to answer big prayers

  It’s funny how much smaller everything looks then what you remember as a child. It reminded me how often we tend to miss a big God in the smallness of everyday life.

The Secret of a Christian’s Strength to be Evangelists

The feelings of inadequacy are one of the greatest barriers a sincere Christian must overcome to be an evangelist. These feelings can either paralyze or be a prompt to discover that a Christian’s greatest strength lies outside of… Read More

The best secret to a meaningful prayer life

If God was sitting across from you right now, what would he be saying to you? How a Christian answers this question may reflect the quality of their prayer life.