Tag Archives: Served

Tired? Try Keeping YOUR Eyes on the Real Prize!

Politicians talk about change as if it is some precious metal not easily mined or the holy grail to be recovered. They tout their ability to bring change. They may even talk about the quality of change they hope to

MayBe Where You Are is “Meant For You To Pause And Reflect”!

Popular wisdom discourages us from looking back in time. For example, the oft-cited quote from Bil Keane is, “Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.” I would argue that the

Find Power In YOUR Weakness!

Acts 18:1-17; 2 Corinthians 11:22-28 Paul pressed ahead through a mind-boggling series of intense hardships. Are they Hebrews? So am I. Are they Israelites? So am I. Are they descendants of Abraham? So am I. Are they ministers of Christ?

You Never Know, How God will Use A Tiny Seed, or A Tiny Deed!

The Bible says: Do not despise small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin… (Zechariah 4:10). But somewhere deep inside us, our own voice of doubt mocks us: I see what others have done with their lives

The Bible Can help you! Here’s how!

Why is Bible reading important? Most Christians know they should read their Bibles. But often, our Bible reading can feel dry and insignificant. Why is it so important for us to read this book? What’s the urgency of it? Ruth and Naomi’s story

No Matter How it Looks, God is At Work!

Woven through the tapestry of this wonderful story we find at least three timeless lessons thus far. The first has to do with God’s plan. The second has to do with God’s purposes. And the third has to do with

Freedom to Choose!

In so many areas of life we have no choice. “It’s not fair,” we say. But the scales of life were forever tipped on the side of fairness when God planted a tree in the Garden of Eden. All complaints

Facing A Drought? Get YOURSELF Some help out+help up!

Things have been soggy in West Texas this past year. Green is not an expected late summer and early fall color. This year, however, prairie grass is still green, very plentiful, and much taller than usual! Weeds are growing like

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