confident hope, Faith, Prayer

Why do our prayers go unanswered?

Do you ever wonder why prayers don’t get answered? They get responded to, but not in the way or the time frame we want. James gives us the answer to this burning question. Perhaps we ask with the wrong motive. “When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend… Continue reading Why do our prayers go unanswered?

Christian women, Disciple, Faith, fellowship, Set Apart

Are You Reproducing Disciples

Most of us came to Christ through actions and conversations with lay people. By a lay person, I mean someone who is not a pastor. Maybe you noticed a peace in their lives that you didn't have. Perhaps you observed a generosity of spirit or kindness. Possibly they saw a need in your life and… Continue reading Are You Reproducing Disciples

Boldness, Christian women, Faith, fellowship, gathering, Martha & Mary

Martha & Mary – the Real Story

The story of Martha and Mary has long been taught as the principle of prioritizing spending time with Jesus. Martha was busy working in the kitchen and trying to be a good hostess while Mary quietly sat at Jesus' feet, learning about her heavenly father. Martha was upset that her sister wouldn't help her with… Continue reading Martha & Mary – the Real Story

adoption, Christian women, Faith, salvation, SBC doctrine, Systemic Theology

You Must be Born Again!

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, spirit, soul, and body. It is a gift offered to all that accept Jesus Christ as Savior, who gave His blood for the ransom of humanity. In broad terms, salvation includes regeneration, justification, sanctification, and glorification. Regeneration or "Born Again" or "New Birth" is a work by… Continue reading You Must be Born Again!

Christian women, fellowship, forgivness, Humanity, Man, SBC doctrine, Systemic Theology

What does the Bible say about Man

Genesis 1:27, “God created man in His own image; He created him in the image of God; He created them male and female.” Man is a unique creation of God. By being created in the image of God, man has a spiritual capacity that makes us moral creatures who can know and worship God. We… Continue reading What does the Bible say about Man

Authority, Christian women, Disciple, Faith, SBC doctrine, Systemic Theology, Thw Word of God

Contend for the Faith!

Recently I was doing a Bible Study on Jude with some girlfriends. It was a Jackie Hill Perry study on the book of Jude. It caught my attention right off the bat. Mainly vs. 3 caught my attention, "Dear friends, although I was very eager to write to you about the salvation we share, I felt compelled… Continue reading Contend for the Faith!

Christian women, Disciple, discipline

Taking Stock in the Journey

Your life is a journey you must travel with a deep consciousness of God. 1 Peter 1:18 (MSG) You prepare to go on vacation or take a trip. You pack your clothes, bring your car to the garage to change the oil, stop by the bank and get some money, at the very least. Likewise,… Continue reading Taking Stock in the Journey

Christian women, Disciple, Liberty

Being Flexible is Key in Our Walk with God!

Walking with Jesus is the most important thing we do in this life. He is our guide and compass. He knows where we are going, and we must trust and follow Him. As we travel with Jesus, learn more about Him, and become more self-aware, we must adjust our journey. Some adjustments involve training spiritually,… Continue reading Being Flexible is Key in Our Walk with God!

Christian women, Fear, forgivness, Pro life

You were formed and shaped for a purpose.

God shaped you to prepare you for the purpose He created for you. God created a unique role for you to play. In every step you take and your decisions, God has determined a destiny for you to fulfill that will bring Him glory. Trying to understand your purpose and calling can betake time and… Continue reading You were formed and shaped for a purpose.

Christian women, Hope

Doubting your Purpose

Some people are born with natural gifting and know precisely what they should do their whole life; this is true for my oldest son. Those people are few and far between. One day, when he was five, he said, “I want to be a lawyer.” In a few days, I expected that he would say… Continue reading Doubting your Purpose