That would be us. I am meeting with a group of fellow pastors for the next three days struggling together to become better pastors and leaders for the cause of Christ. One pastor had a particularly thorny issue that he is embroiled in and was seeking wisdom. One by one different pastors asked questions, made … More A Generation that Lost a Vision for Prayer
David Wilkerson was a man mightily used of God. He died in 2011 and today lives with Jesus. In this short vignette from his life you will see part of what made him such a powerful instrument in the hand of God. I’m not only inspired by his life but encouraged as well. I’m encouraged … More What Entangles Your Life? I Dare You to Ask the Question.
Sunday Afternoon Musings “The home that has had no God, no church, no spiritual teaching, no Bible, and no hunger for God is headed straight for disaster. … teen-agers raised in such home are going to turn on their parents with venom, hatred, and rebellion.” As I think over some of the news reports from … More The Consequences of a Lazy Spirituality
I wish every Christian in America, every lukewarm, comfort-loving, convenience-seeking, spiritually apathetic, passionless believer in Christ would stop and listen to this seven minute excerpt from a David Wilkerson message. Don’t multi-task. Take seven uninterrupted minutes from your day and listen. It might change the rest of your day. It might change the rest of … More Is “Anguish of Soul” the Key to Revival?
Thursday is for Prayer Update: 10-22-15 Still waiting on the Lord for true revival. How bad will it need to get in our country, in our churches, in our families, around the world, before Christians here become truly passionate for God? For God, not his gifts, not some emotional experience, not their comfort or security, … More Is “Anguish of Soul” the Key to Revival?