So how do you encourage spiritual transformation in your own life? What kinds of things will cause the kind of growth that is supposed to come to the life of the follower of Jesus?Check out the outline and the video message below to see this, the third message of this four-part series that will end on Sunday, May 22. Seasons–Watering … Read More
This series of messages is exploring the process God uses to bring about spiritual life and breakthrough. This message focuses on what it means to be a planter in the lives of others when it comes to the gospel. Check out the outline and the video below! The message begins at 2:47:00! Seasons–Planting Mark 4:3-8 “Listen! Behold, a sower went … Read More
The Bible begins with seasons. God creates them in the first chapter of Genesis. The cycle that unfolds based on the seasons fill the rest of the Bible in many different ways. And in particular, four seasons related to growth emerge: plowing, planting, watering and harvesting. So it is with nearly everything that God does, whether corporately (in the life … Read More
Sometimes people give me a hard time about being “high maintenance” when it comes to coffee. I am a coffee snob, no doubt. I’ll confess to purge my soul of it, only to insist that very little coffee is great and I would rather go without it than drink gas station, American diner sock water. But in all seriousness, I … Read More
People are as different as the books in the pictures to the left. Our lives are filled with a variety of experiences, temperaments, beliefs, values, etc. However, there are a few qualities that will help you and me to become more trustworthy people in the eyes of others. These qualities apply to people across the cultural, generational, socio-economic spectra. SO, … Read More
This message focuses on the words of Proverbs 3:5-6 and give practical ideas and exhortations about trusting in God. Check it out here!
During my Sunday morning message last week called SECRETS, I used a couple of minutes in the message to talk about handling confidential information on the job. Some secrets are good to keep! Here are three axioms for managing those kinds of nuggets of confidentiality: The more negative the information, the more likely it is to be repeated. This is particularly … Read More