Last week, we had our first Synergy One-Day! It was a day full of wisdom, encouragement, inspiration, and fun! We were joined by Assemblies of God National Youth Director, Heath Adamson.
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The very sense of God’s holiness is one of the main reasons why the first-century church was so powerful.
If I had to blame anyone, I guess it would be Michelangelo. I don’t have anything against him personally; it’s just that he has so greatly messed with our image of God.
There are certain times when the Lord calls us out of the routine of our daily lives. These are special seasons where His only command is, “Seek my face.” He has something precious and vitally important to give us that the familiar pattern of our daily devotions cannot accommodate.
Have you ever wondered if you really heard from God? I’m kind of ashamed to admit this, but more often than not; I question if I am where God wants me.
People God uses significantly often spend time in the desert, but they don’t stay there.
I've heard the story of Moses in the wilderness my entire life and have always viewed it as a story of disobedience and punishment. The thought of God’s chosen people being freed from slavery only to be stuck in the wilderness for 40 years has left me puzzled.
Get this picture in your head, you are 5 years old and you lay your eyes on the greatest fun factory on the playground, the seesaw, you know that steel pole with a seat on each end that can fling you to the moon. When you think of the joy of the seesaw you think of how high it goes with someone on the other end, especially bigger than you, then the whoosh and stomach turn of the fall back down to the earth.
A lot of people grow up dreaming to be a rock star. These days, the term “rockstar” is applied to much more than it was in the days of eighties bands. Now, athletes can be rock stars, movie stars can be rock stars, computer and software designers can be rock stars. The rock star life can be emulated.
I have a serious problem – a problem that I know I’m not alone in. I’m a Type-A leader in ministry (first step is admitting it, right?). I am a serious people-pleasing perfectionist, who lets the thoughts of not meeting the expectations of others keep me from following through with tasks, ideas, and dreams.