May 24, 2020
Unlike Peter’s famous sermon on Pentecost, Stephen’s audience wasn’t cut to the quick. Filled instead with seething rage, they picked up stones and let them fly. But the Good News about Jesus Christ was not extinguished.
May 3, 2020
The natural tendency of human beings is to take care of themselves first and then maybe others. But if we’re truly new creatures in Christ, then others take on a much higher priority.
April 19, 2020
There is no greater love in all the universe than when Jesus says to you, “Follow Me.” If you quiet your spirit and listen closely, you may just hear Jesus speak those same magnificent words to you.
September 15, 2019
We certainly risk rejection, but we likewise risk reception. Every true believer at some point became one of those on the receiving end of His grace. Sharing the Good News is most certainly a risk worth taking.
August 11, 2019
Who were those vessels and voices that came into your life at just the right time as He was making you His own? No matter who they were, it’s fair to call them laborers. God wants all of us to be one of those.
January 6, 2019
May we be blessed to run our races in such a way that we cross the finish line with our torches blazing, that great cloud of witnesses cheering, our Father smiling–and all this to the honor and glory of His name!
December 9, 2018
How, during the Christmas season, do we become a thorn in the side of the world, our flesh, and the devil? Drill down to Jesus! Let the lion’s share of your celebrating be towards the Lion of Judah!
August 12, 2018
Between Jerusalem and Rome there was an island loved by God that bore the name, Malta. Between here and New Jerusalem, many more Maltas await the Message of Jesus. May you be among those who receive it as well as those who share it with others!
January 30, 2016
Sharing the Good News is sometimes difficult and full of opposition. Jesus promised such challenges but commissioned us nonetheless. Besides lacking courage, sometimes we just feel too unworthy to share Christ with others. Yet we must remember that it is ultimately God that causes light to shine in the darkness of people’s hearts.
January 24, 2016
Throughout the Scriptures, God is famous for changing people’s names or giving them more than one. In a manner of speaking, God has also changed all our names to Herald. The Greek word for Herald is: “Kérux” (Kay’-roox) “A herald, preacher, or proclaimer.” We have been called to be Heralds of Good News–declaring first and foremost that God is!