Living in a Fairy Tale

By Sheri Boulet / 6 hours ago

Living in a Fairy Tale: I attended a breakout session at the convention the other day that was so wonderful. The title was “Leadership Principles of Sleeping Beauty.” One of the things it brought out was the pattern of a fairy tale. The first thing would be the age of innocence where everything is relatively […]


Ruth Part 3

By Phyllis Corbin / yesterday

A Summary and Exposition of Ruth Part 3. RUTH 3:1- 9 I. Introduction A. As Naom I viewed the need of Ruth she related the supply of those needs to Boaz (Ruth 3:1 2,9) 1. The reason for this was; Boaz was her Goel. 2. Boaz was not only a relative but according to the […]


The Absent-Minded Praiser

By Sabrina Palmer / a couple of days ago

It comes from the pulpit, the pew, and out of so many mouths in Apostolic culture. It is a haphazard disrespect to God and a disservice to our privileges as believers. No, it’s not gossip nor slander though they each wreak havoc enough in their own right. Someone in our movement needs to address mock […]


When the Call Becomes Personal

By scott phillips / a few days ago

When the Call Becomes Personal The Call of God. It is one thing when your call is between you and God. When you have had a vision nameless faces and crowds of people without a knowing who they are. But When the Call of Ministry has grown to where the people of which you are […]


Lesson Two – Our Father

By Deborah Hooper / a few days ago

Lesson 2: Teach Us To Pray – Our Father Matthew 6: 9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. 10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. 11 Give us this day our daily bread. 12 And forgive us […]


”Picture Perfect”

By Lynne Conley / 5 days ago

”Picture Perfect” Even though we may have a great devotional time with the Lord in the morning, it can be so easy to “forget” Him as we all are challenged throughout the day with our jobs, our chores, and the everyday cares that happen during the day. But, just as we cherish and display old […]


Choosing to Forget

By Tracy Gimpel / 6 days ago

We have heard the catchphrase, Forgive and Forget.  We can tell someone we have forgiven them, but forgetting the incident is another story.  Forgetting is something that we must choose to do – and it often takes effort.  However, with God’s help, it is very possible. Please consider the following verses: Philippians 3:13 “Forgetting those […]