Ambassadors for Christ

  2 Corinthians 5:20 reminds us that we are ambassadors for Christ.   I sat there ready to receive a blessing. Excited for the service to start. I know a few people but not knowing people in church doesn’t bother me. For some, that isn’t true. A very kind lady asked if anyone was sitting with us because she needed the extra room for her family.  I smiled … [Read more...]

31 Psalms of Comfort

I love digging into the book of Psalms in the Bible.  Full of raw emotion that every single one of us can relate to at any given time. There is great praise and rejoicing there, as well as great comfort for those times that life just beats you up on a daily basis. Dear Christian, I hope that these 31 Verses will bring comfort to your heart.  I intentionally did not type … [Read more...]

Jesus Wants You to Be a Hater

  Hater. It's a word that gets tossed around a lot these days. If you disagree with someone, you're a hater. If you believe the Bible when it says something is a sin, you're a hater. If you vote pro-life or pro-marriage, you're a hater. Gone are the days when a Christian could stand on her convictions without being accused of hating everyone else who does not hold those … [Read more...]

Holiday To Do List

I have seen this Holiday to do list floating around social media for the past few weeks and just thought it would be fun to share on the blog. I love Christmas, I love giving gifts, I love being with family, I love baking but all of those things hold no eternal value. I have to continually check myself and make sure I am not making this life all about me, and what makes me … [Read more...]

7 Ways to Encourage Your Minister of Music

Numerous articles have been written about how you, as a church member, can be an encouragement to your pastor- how you can constructively praise his sermon, pray for him, get him a great gift for Pastor Appreciation Month, etc. These are good things. Please be sure to support your pastor. Being a pastor is one of the toughest and most thankless jobs out there, and if you've … [Read more...]