Living a miraculous life requires genuine intimacy with Jesus, a solid biblical understanding of our union with Christ, and faith accompanied by risk. While nothing can replace your own personal Bible study and prayer life, I have found a few resources that have been huge encouragements to me along the way to living a life … Continue reading 7 Encouraging Resources to Catapult you into a Life of Miracles
For some, prophetic ministry has been a major source of confusion, consternation, and chaos. It can be difficult to discern what is genuine and what is non-sense, and because of the difficulties inherent to the prophetic, some have set it aside altogether. Has someone ever given you a prophetic word or shared a story about … Continue reading How to Discern and Operate in Genuine Prophetic Ministry.
I recently had a particularly negative experience trying to share the Gospel. I saw a man with a walker in a parking lot. I stopped my car and approached him. I introduced myself and asked if I could pray for him. "No," came the gentleman's reply, "get the h*** out of here!" Not to be … Continue reading When Sharing the Gospel Goes Very Poorly
"We cannot build churches on leadership, we cannot build churches on good music, we cannot build churches on spiritual gifts; Jesus will build His church on the Gospel."
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
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.
As someone who is constantly engaged in evangelism, I am often tempted to define myself by what I do, rather than who I am in Christ. In my life, this identity error has led to insecurity, pride, and eventually a long period of burnout. My motivations were wrong because the very Gospel I was trying … Continue reading Insecurity, Burnout, and the Gospel
Levi and his girlfriend, Kacey, were typical college freshmen. They liked to drink, party, and do all of the other things freshmen do. Levi was raised in an atheistic home and Kacey was running from her Christian upbringing as fast as her legs could carry her. Until the day the Holy Spirit whispered in my ear.
When it comes to healing or prophecy, many people are terrified to step out because they are afraid of getting it wrong, or having nothing happen when they pray. I understand this fear, I've let it control me at times.