God is always intentional in delivering His promises. The Day of Pentecost was no exception.
Erin Olson's primary full-time ministry is that of a homemaker which consists of serving her husband, Scott, her three children, and four dogs. In 2012 while raising her young family, she founded Sandalfeet Ministries as a way to minister to people through writing, speaking, and teaching. She blogs on her website, is a podcaster, Bible study teacher, radio host on graceandtruthradio.world, ordained minister, and the author of four published works. She holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, a master's degree in Christian Leadership, and she currently resides with her family in Birmingham, AL.
But God — even if He is never mentioned in the book of Esther, was at work. What looked like doom for the people of God turned into a victory that is still celebrated to this day by the Jewish people. How amazing is that?
For ten days after Jesus’s ascension, the disciples obeyed this command. They gathered together waiting and praying with one another. Unlike the three days between Jesus’s death and resurrection where the disciples were scattered, this time they stayed together.
According to a Barna study, over 51% of churchgoers do not know that Great Commission. That should concern you. In this episode, Erin Olson discusses why this matters.
You may be tired right now fighting the battle God has called you to, but know that if He called you to it, He will get you through it. Where some may think victory looks hopeless, God is saying, “Wait and see what I will do.”
In this episode, Erin Olson challenges the listener to ask the question about what God is asking each believer to do as it relates to Generation Z and sparking revival. This generation is not lost, and Erin discusses the importance of fully engaging students with Truth and Light.
God desires a positional relationship with each one of us. This episode elaborates on the physical positions of our hearts and how it affects our relationship with God and others.
I wonder today if those same words by Satan are being whispered in some Christian’s ears, “Did God really say?” Progressive Christianity is pushing a narrative that changes what God said is good and right according to His Word.