The Spoils Of The Battle

By Sheri Boulet / yesterday

I have something to say, and I really don’t know how to start it out. But I’m going to give it a shot. Perhaps someone may be offended at what I am what I am about to say, that is not my intention at all. I want only to bring understanding to someone about my […]


Oh my, it’s raining!

By George Nava / a day ago

As I was out on my morning jog and it was raining on me. I began to think of the following scriptures. Realizing how our present society has so much in common with the times and folks back then.  And like them, many of us are so callous and unconcerned so unaware of the times […]


The Cost of Love

By Della Moses / a couple of days ago

The Cost of Love Ask me and I’ll tell you what the price of love did cost. For my Jesus paid in full so your souls would not be lost. My heart has a rhythm that gently beats and pulsates. My soul has a hunger for an eternal loving mate. I was created for a […]


Psalms 61:1-4

By Holly Settles / a few days ago

On Sunday morning, a sermon was preached using this scripture text. I felt Holy Ghost goosebumps as I read along with the minister, and began to hear his sermon unfold. Our service had started off “with a bang”, and we began our morning worship with songs of jubilee, & with a shout in our step. […]


Possessing Our Inheritance

By Martin Schmaltz / a few days ago

It seems there was this man that for all of his life lived in need. No matter what he attempted, it seems he could never get ahead. One day he received notification that a distant relative had died and left to him their mansion. Obviously, this man was elated. Finally, something had gone right for […]


Jesus Comes In All Sizes

By Della Moses / 5 days ago

Jesus Comes In All Sizes Jesus comes in all sizes… He cloaks us in love and He fits like a glove. When you wash yourself that cloak never shrinks cause if it did…what would others think. We don’t need any fabric softener to make us feel great, we wear Him in gratitude that rids us […]


The Battles Isn’t Mine

By Lynne Conley / 6 days ago

The Battles Isn’t Mine David was the youngest son of Jesse. He was a young shepherd’s boy, working to taking care of the sheep in the fields, and making sure the wolves and other kinds of predators wouldn’t harm the sheep. The definition of a shepherd is a person who tends sheep (Merriam-Webster). The Israelites […]


The City of God

By Carl Stanton / 7 days ago

The City of God I almost made it to Heaven one time. I was right there, I could see it. The massive pearl gates with a grayish, white glow. There were three gates on each wall. There were twelve angels by the gates with the names of the tribes of Israel written in them. I […]


”I Know the Peacemaker”

By Lynne Conley / last week

”I Know the Peacemaker” Scripture Text: ‘’And walk in love, as Christ also hath loved us, and hath given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savor’’ (Ephesians 5:2 KJV) Honey-pot ants are a type of ant that overeats with food. They eat so much their abdomens are so […]


Wedding Preparations

By Shirley Wasmundt / last week

     Wedding Preparations We are living in a fast-paced world.  Time flies!  Sunday is over and Saturday is already here!  We get up and rush to work – then rush home to hurry and get supper and it’s time to hurry to bed so that we can get up and start all over again.  With this […]