Did you have hopes and dreams for 2020? If so, what were they? And were some of them prevented because of the Coronavirus? I think most of us had many plans for 2020.
Sometimes life gets tough—Really tough. We face disappointments, sickness, conflict, anxiety, loss, and even death. If you are human like me, you know it hurts. And sometimes, it’s unbearable. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready…
Some time ago, I remember acting sinfully. I was heartbroken and genuinely sorrow over my sin against God. I didn’t feel I had adequate words to describe my sorrow and repentance.
It all began on a Monday afternoon. I was sitting at my desk at home, working on our church’s new website. It has been in the working for a long time, so I was intensely trying to finish it as the deadline was drawing near.
My family and I have been in Houston visiting relatives the last couple of weeks while working online. Being at someone else’s house means we have to adjust our daily routines to fit theirs. One of these routines is our time of daily devotion.
The world has become a strange place the last couple of weeks. I recently saw some pictures of major cities in the world before and after the COVID-19 outbreak.
I have never been attending a college physically, but I have been studying online for years. I picked up a trick along the way that helped me get more done much faster. It saved me hours of study time.
The article wasn’t about a group of masked men who had stormed a bank to steal valuable and precious gold. No. These masked men had rushed into a hospital to steal..
During this time where everything has slowed down and many are confined to our homes, it seems more important than ever for us to consider how we are spending our time.
Schools are closing. Meetings are canceled. People are panicking. And toilet paper has become the most valuable commodity of our day—Ladies and gentlemen, the Coronavirus has indeed arrived. Take The Virus Serious But Don’t Panic Although the internet is booming with hilarious memes about the Coronavirus that are hard not to share, we should take […]
How many details about the gospel should you expect a person to include in their story about how they came to know Christ? A visit by some new friends taught me the answer and a valuable lesson about judging others.
Does God answer prayer? Absolutely! I meet with a good friend to pray every Friday morning. We spend time praying about everything from personal life, church matters, family, ministry, and many other things…
The other day, I began thinking about why I love reading books so much. What prompted the consideration was a question from my dear wife…
As my family and I reached the two-year mark of our stay in the USA, we began working on our VISA renewal. We were excited to move forward with the case. But as we started looking at it, my immigration attorney sent me an email…
The famous British pastor, the prince of preachers, Charles Spurgeon, loved reading books. He had an impressive library that would have made most people drop their jaw. It was huge!