Us women, wives, and mothers have lost our selves in our other roles– dealing with a lack of desire, feeling like it’s a check on our to-do list to keep our men happy, or something else to do to meet someone else’s needs. No more– it doesn’t have to be that way!
What I love most about Kingdom Winds is the emphasis to call Christians out of hiding. To empower them to live in their identity as creators and let God and others experience the gifts they’ve been given.
Did you ever see a great manifestation of God’s power or authority in Christ, and then try to imitate what you saw but end up disappointed? Or have you read Scriptural promises and tried to act on them, but it seemed like they “didn’t work?”
The best way we can celebrate and honor Black History is to teach the next generation how to be like those who persevered. We must teach what’s possible now and in the future by reminding them of what’s been accomplished already.
God’s Redeemed Warriors overcome by simple reliance on the shed blood of Jesus Christ, which is the sole ground for their hope. Their testimonies of trust in the Lord are so powerful that, when they are shared, strongholds are pulled down.
Chad Norris published his second book Mama Jane’s Secret a year ago on February 13, 2018. And since then, the secret of friendship with God isn’t such a secret anymore.
Love is not about being showered with pink-and-red-and-white everything; it’s about giving more than you receive every day of the year.
Schools highlight quarterbacks to represent athleticism, but He never limits His superstars. God wants all of us out on the field wearing His jersey so that His glory, His creativity can be seen.
Although a controversial figure to many, she was a witness for Christ to the world. And she did all of this as an unmarried woman.
Is love the answer to it all? Is it possible to just love away racism and prejudice, injustice and oppression, bigotry and apathy? Or does love call for more than just kindness and compassion?