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Growing in Faith

What is Faith and How Do We Grow in It?

Ask ten people what faith is, and you're likely to get ten different responses. It's important to know what faith entails because apparently you can't please God without it. (See Hebrews 11:6.) Faith is essential for receiving salvation and for the miraculous to be active in our lives. So what are we talking about when … Continue reading What is Faith and How Do We Grow in It?

Does God Love Me?

“Does God Love Me?” See the Answer that Changed One Young Man’s Life.

I was getting ready for bed when Daniel messeged me: "Does God love me?" Daniel (not his real name) grew up attending church but eventually, his family eventually stopped attending and so did he. He still had a vague belief in God but had never surrendered his life to Christ. He viewed church people as … Continue reading “Does God Love Me?” See the Answer that Changed One Young Man’s Life.

Words of Knowledge

3 Easy Steps to Develop Your Spiritual Ear

Photo by Max Wolfs on Unsplash´╗┐ I have really good news; God is speaking to you and wants you to hear His voice. Prophetic gifts are not something a select few special people are born with. The Bible commands us to earnestly desire spiritual gifts, especially prophecy. (See 1 Corinthians 14:1.) If the Bible tells us that spiritual … Continue reading 3 Easy Steps to Develop Your Spiritual Ear

Anti-depressants

Christians, You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty for Taking Antidepressants.

People are often shocked to hear I struggle with clinical depression. One dear friend, when I told him that I was depressed, stared with mouth open and said "You?! Really?!"

Yeah. Me. Sure, I've seen many healed of all kinds of physical and mental disorders, including depression, but I am in the process of being healed of it myself. While I have battled it off and on throughout my childhood, things really got bad for me about a year ago.

She Was Deaf, Lost, and Desperately Searching for Hope Until She Met Jesus.

Sarah came to the university where I minister this year. Excited to start a new adventure as a college student, Sarah was also hoping that her new adventure as a college student would change something. She was lost, hopeless, depressed, and desperately trying to escape her hell of a childhood. Sarah had no idea that at school she would meet Jesus, and that He was what she wanted all along.