OK, we believe in the Lord now what? Go to church? Pray? What exactly does God want from us? What should we be doing? What pleases Him? Does He even care? Here is a word for the church in 2021!
When we become Christians major change creates a new set of priorities and realities in our lives. However, change does not stop after this initial experience. We are to continue to change by the resurrection life that now energizes us!
An abundance of miracles surrounds the birth of the Messiah! The best part about this is that God is the same today. Miracles surround His presence and performance of His will!
In the beginning was the Word…the Bible then tells us that the Word became Life which in turn is the light of all in the world. We are later told to let our light shine. How do we do this? What happens if we do?
Scripture informs us that the Kingdom of God is not of this world. It also tells us that we are no longer of this world! Why would we not then expect and receive miracles which by definition are also other worldly? Listen, learn and receive what God has for you today!
How exactly is Jesus the Word made human? How does this affect us? Learn how we can both understand this truth as well as utilize it in our daily lives!
Just about every business today has a “loyalty program”, from airlines to supermarkets. What about God? In fact, the Lord established the first and longest lasting loyalty program and we can all join today!
We are all vision oriented. We want to see something! We hear about things like a “cloud of glory” moving into a worship service and we long to see that in our life. However, as believers, we are “spirit” oriented first. Although a cloud of God’s glory is a wonderful experience, we don’t need that to […]
There is a basic formula that professional counselors use when staging an intervention. In this video, PF brings five steps of intervention and applies them to a personal, spiritual intervention. This is a very unique concept that needs to be watched by every Christian believer.
The angels gave the shepherds a compelling reason to go to Bethlehem and see what God had done. Do we give as compelling a witness to those around us? Do we need angelic intervention to convince those around us that a significant event is happening in our church? PF draws the obvious conclusion and supplies […]