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Wednesday, 02 September 2015

Tuning Your Spiritual Horn

Written by Tim Cole

As one who has played multiple instruments and sang vocally over many years, I have had the privilege of participating in many levels of bands, orchestras and choirs. Those experiences have taught me a great deal about life, about interacting with others, and about how to have a voice even when you are just one among many.

Preparation and skill go hand in hand, and both play a significant role in how much ... 

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

The Grace Window

Written by Dawn Cole

Our nation is in one of the greatest battles in her existence.  We have survived the revolution, the civil war and other world conflicts over the years.  Each one has demonstrated the strength of commitment to a cause and the innate desire for freedom.  This not a commentary on the pros and cons of war, but we are currently engaged in one whether we want to be or not.  You and I were put on the planet for such a time as this, because you and I have the opportunity to win another battle for freedom.

In 1990 a man named Luis Bush began a movement to pray for the 10/40 window.  This is the area of the world that is known to great socioeconomic challenges and the least amount of Christian influence.  There are more distinctly non-christian religions that are practiced in that part of the globe than in any other. So, that region became ...

Wednesday, 01 July 2015

Got a Question for You

Written by Dawn Cole

Have you ever asked God questions?  I believe He actually loves answering questions.  Conversations are constructed out of questions and answers.  Have you ever had lunch with someone and felt like the conversation was work?  You know, you ask a question and get a “yes” or “no” answer.  Sometimes, we would prefer God to answer us in a simple “yes” or “no” but instead He often answers our questions with a question.  Why would He do that to us?  Because you are the object of His greatest affection and He wants to spend more time with you than would be involved if He just said, “yes” or “no” and He is not interested in just giving us orders or directing us as one of His loyal subjects ...

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Your Resting Place

Written by Tim Cole

Rest is a critical human need.  God designed our physical and emotional beings to enable us to accomplish great things, but they weren’t designed to work 24/7. They were designed to “work” like batteries that have a finite amount of energy and resource. After discharging that energy, batteries need to be recharged and replenished before the next challenge or task.

Our secular and church cultures often work against us getting enough rest ...

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Without Him, I Can Do Nothing

Written by Jeanni Davis

We all grow up hearing many voices - our own, our parent's, the world's, the Devil's, and hopefully, God's. We struggle to know the differences. God wants to train us to recognize His voice. In the gospel of John, Jesus tells us that His sheep know His voice and another voice we will not follow. In our Christian walk, Papa God gives us that encouraging pat on the back when…

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Making the Call

Written by Tim Cole

Not everything that occurs in our natural lives directly correlates to a deep spiritual truth about ourselves (that would deny the presence of other natural and spiritual parties vying for influence over us). I do believe, however, that God will often use specific vignettes from our natural lives as revelational tools for our understanding and growth.

I had one of those moments recently when I pulled my lawn mower out of the garage...

We serve an unchanging God!  He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Wow, that is a great thought.  I believe that sometimes we get the impression that God is bipolar or mentally unstable.  Now I know we would never admit that out loud, but we can still perceive that Gods thoughts and heart change depending on our day and our actions or His.  What a relief to know that this is so far from the truth.  He never changes.  He is always in a good mood and He is head over heels ...

Wednesday, 08 April 2015

Think on These Things

Written by Jeanni Davis

When David was a shepherd boy watching over his father’s sheep he was faced with situations where God revealed his warrior heart. You have heard many times the stories of David killing the lion and the bear (1 Samuel 17:34-35). God began training David from his earliest years. It was in God’s heart for David to lead the armies of Israel and to conquer their enemies and thusly, King David became known as a mighty warrior.

God taught David to commune with Him, to hear His voice and to be acquainted with His supernatural power before he faced the enemy. It was after learning to trust God working through him to kill the lion and the bear that he confidently faced a new situation: Goliath taunting the armies of Israel...

Friday, 03 April 2015

DTA - Divine Transportation Authority

Written by Tim Cole

God has always been into transportation.  There's Enoch's heavenly walk, Noah's water ride, Elijah's chariot ride, and Jesus' donkey ride that will turn into a white horse ride for the ages.  Psalm 68:33 tells us that God even rides upon the heavens.  Who knew He was so into transportation?

God is also into providing for His family - you and I as His sons and daughters. He has planned for it and looks forward to it. Since His wealth is unsearchable and inexhaustible, He has never had ...

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Has Anyone Called You “Fruity” Lately?

Written by Dawn Cole

Has anyone ever called you "fruity?"  Well if no one else has, I will.  You are fruity!  Your life looks like a tree planted by the river that is popping out all kinds of fruit every day!  You are a real "fruit ninja." Shall I go on?  You may be thinking I'm the one who is fruity.  Well, I am, thank you for noticing!  Now that we have the pleasantries out of the way, let's talk fruit.  No, not strawberries, goose berries or watermelon, ...

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