How to Honor Those Who Have Gone Before

God put people in your past to inspire you, instruct you and give you wisdom. There are also things in your past that will betray you; memories that will give you hurt and pain. Remembering is important, but more important is remembering correctly. Memory is a gift you must steward. You can remember wrong things or you can remember right …

God’s Formula For Great Gain

Defining Success How would you define success? We live in a society that says the more money you have, the more success that equals and the more success, the more money. If we can’t handle worldly wealth, how will God ever entrust to us true spiritual riches? The way we handle money tests our greed factor and is the barometer …

Choosing Your Homeland

Jesus Establishes Two Kingdoms “… He was saying to them, ‘You are from below, I am from above. You are of this world, I am not of this world’” (John 8:23). Jesus established that there are two intersecting worlds on this globe called earth; two worlds that share the same earth. Each one has its own distinct characteristics — distinct …

Impetuous Words

All of us have the same problem. Impetuous words — words that are reckless, words that we speak first and think about later, only to have regret and remorse. In order to train our tongues so that we refrain from evil, we have to do some preparation in advance and practice certain things until they become part of our default …

Faith at Work

As we develop a faith for our everyday lives, we especially want to extend that to our workplace — where we spend so much time and have such consistent contact with others. We may not realize it, but our employers, co-workers and customers can either be influenced, impacted by, imposed upon or annoyed by our faith. We may be the …

The Truth About Money

The word “greed” is simply defined as keeping everything we get. When greed begins to obsess or control us, there is no flow through. Even though we do not use certain things, we become greedy and begin to accumulate them because the accumulation is an end in itself. Then our value, our identity and everything is wrapped up in possessions …