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Today was all about outreach. Putting into action our profession of faith. We literally spread across the Houston-area and knocked on thousands of doors this afternoon. Before I tell you more, let’s back up to Module 3: The Practice. My friend and I ended up in Doug Bachelor’s session after she shared with me she [...]
This year, making it to GYC is only a matter of traveling 30 minutes down IH-10, but that means I don’t have the luxury of rolling out of bed just in time to march across the sky walk from hotel to morning worship. It’s been a long, intense day. God is definitely moving, and it’s [...]
Straight to the point. That’s how it was. For months we’ve been anticipating the landing of Generation of Youth for Christ here in Houston, TX. And then, unashamedly it showed up. GYC is here and while it’s been a couple years since I’ve attended the conference, it still is what it is – a movement [...]
This week’s teaching is about guilt. I took a psychology class this past semester that taught me on how to differentiate between guilt and shame. Shame is a manifestation of guilt. Guilt has been defined by psychologists as the state of having committed an offense, crime, violation or wrong especially against moral or penal law [...]
It really bugs me. I thought he was just a grumpy old man with issues. The way he was so possessive, such a control freak, and over what – some silly unnoticeable church position. It was his duty to make sure things went just right in his department. If you interfered without his knowledge and [...]
When does the fear set in, when you are in control with money to spare in the bank or when God acts you to act out in faith and follow him with only $2.45?
Why is it so?
We are not slaves or servants but friends of God. We have been given an inside track as Christ says in John 15:15 to know what the Father is doing.
It was a 21st Century remix of the Alabaster Box scene from Mark 14 and I got front row seat tickets to this wonderful life lesson.
Tired, sweaty and in a hurry. Working on only two hours of sleep because we drove all night to get to Atlanta I was just trying to pick up tickets for the Heritage Singers 40th anniversary when I stumbled upon a familiar tune. The language I couldn’t determine, but I picked up my pace anyway [...]
If I could sum it up succinctly I would say Generations and nations gathered together in fellowship Now I have to admit that brevity is not a virtue I possess so I will try and sum it up in short Grace Notes. The theme of the 59th General Conference Session is Proclaiming His Grace. Flavored. [...]