Riley, I would love to do what you do, but I don’t have the gift of evangelism.” The words came from a well-meaning Christian who was referring to my street ministry. At the time I was training people in evangelism at my church every Friday night. We were taking teams into the city and seeing
“I believe, I receive. Amen!” This is the simplicity of faith! A confident declaration of assurance knowing that in the glorious exchange of believing in God, one will assuredly receive from Him. These three coin pieces symbolize that God-kind of faith, inevitable mountain-moving, air-bending, rock-splitting, sea-parting, soul-salvaging, walking-through-the-valley-of-death-fearing-no-evil kind of FAITH! I will always remember
“20 years ago the course of my life was dramatically altered when I heard a preacher by the name of Kenneth Copeland via a video tape teach that I could take Jesus at His word and expect everything He promises to manifest in my life. All I needed to do was to respond in faith,
“Recently I returned back from a mission’s trip with Joshua Care International (JCI) in the Philippines. JCI is a Christian based non-profit organisation dedicated to reaching out to underprivileged children and their families with loving care and concern. Our focus is on meeting the immediate needs of food, clothing and medical help whilst also providing
I don’t know about you but this has been one of the most inside-out years of my life. Okay, make that two years. Two years filled with change, with worship, with grace and with progress like I have never known before. In my past experiences, I have had all kinds of change. Usually it’s the
Being the blessed mother of two active and adventurous girls, I daily, sometimes hourly, have the chance to pray and bandage battle scars.