Merry Christmas! Jesus came to save humanity not just get us to heaven. The Gospel is summed up in His name, Emanuel—God With Us. Turn off Fox News & go buy a single mom some groceries. Quit reading your huge bible in the lunchroom and invite the atheist out for drinks
As parents we face many challenges. We want the best for our kids but we find ourselves repeating the same negative patterns that stop our ability to speak into their lives. We are faced with feelings of overwhelming love for our children to sometimes wondering if we are destroying their lives.As you are completely stressed out in the day to day life of a parent remember, we will screw our kids up. Its inevitable. We aren't perfect so calm down. There are answers and I believe this message can help. If our understanding of God is wrong in any area, it will affect our ability to parent. God is revealed to us as our Father. That word is a family term and it shows the role He plays in our lives as His children. We can't see God but we think He exists.
I grew up in a church that taught it was never God's purpose or will for humanity to be diseased. I knew all the scriptures that said healing was part of what Jesus came to bring in His death, burial and resurrection. Knowing God's word on healing and even believing it wasn't helping me out in my chronic allergic state. There had to be something more.
Out of this search for answers was birthed a class we now offer called Course 1 by Get Whole. We take a weekend and teach through 20 lessons in just over twenty hours. Over one thousand people have come through in the last couple years and we've seen great success.
When We Talk About Prayer the subject of prayer is nothing new – its built into just about every religion Prayer is generally understood as the function used to make contact with a higher power – something beyond ourselves. Prayer has been attributed to physical health and mental wellbeing. I grew up as a Christian and so prayer has always been common in my life. Praying has never been something I’ve enjoyed – its not that I loath it […]