View Post

This One Practice Can Transform Your Walk With God

Seneca the Elder was a Roman teacher and writer. He lived from 54 B.C to 39 A.D. He was known for his ability to repeat long passages of speeches that he heard only heard once before. In fact, he would impress his class of 200 students by having each one …

View Post

Principles of Christian Money Management

We all have money. And we need to use it properly. Jesus had a lot to say about this topic. Here are my notes from a message that I watched which was given by the (former) administrator of Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. I hope it is a blessing to you. Prayer …

Wasting Life with Sin

“Let us look back on our wasted years, and give no more precious moments to serve the corruptible flesh. Further, the life of submission to the animal nature is characteristic of ‘the Gentiles,’ and in sharp contrast, therefore, to that proper to Christ’s followers. That is as true today, in …

Spiritual Reflections on the Death of Paul Walker

When someone close to us dies, it hurts. The pain runs deep; the tears flow freely. When a celebrity dies, especially someone in the prime of their career, like Paul Walker, it shocks us, but it doesn’t necessarily hurt those of us who did not know him personally. But it …

Digging Wells

I love what Gospel for Asia is doing with their Jesus Well ministry. Not just are they providing remote villages with a source of clean water, but they are providing ministry opportunities for local pastors and believers to tell others about the Living Water! Check out this video of a …

View Post

Can Christians Be Sinless?

As a new Christian, I encountered a man who told me that as Christians we could become sinless. He pointed out 1 John 3:6, which says, “Whoever abides in Him does not sin. Whoever sins has neither seen Him nor known Him.” I was confused. Something just didn’t seem right …