Faith, Father, Friend, Frequent Failure of Frivolous Functions. Married to @staceyvalley
If you want to be great in Christ's kingdom you must be a servant.
We are all capable of making really bad decisions.
What empowers us to become what God intends is the way his love motivates us to love others.
May His love compel and constrain you.
The greatest mark of a father is how he treats his children when no one is looking. -- Dan Pearce
Ummm... wut? 😲😲😲 OK, then.
Being a living sacrifice means dying to myself.
What does it mean to for me to die to self?
When should I?
Why should I?
How do I die?
Dying to self means exchanging my old way of life for His new way. Not my will but His will be done.
Fellowship North began on the first Sunday in June, 1984. Today we are celebrating God's faithfulness to this congregation for 33 years and looking forward to what he has for us in the next year.
My hopes, prayer, and dreams for @fellowshipnorth is that we would be a beacon of light, hope, and safety for hurting people. A place where we are training and leading all of God's people into a deep, rich, and impactful relationship. •
May our relationship with him be so powerful that we want to share it with others.
How has believing in Jesus Christ changed the way we live toward him?
Unbelief will keep us blind to the truth about Jesus.
Unbelief will lead us into evil deeds of darkness.
Unbelief will cause us to die in your sins.
Belief will bring a heart of love for Christ.
Belief will cause us to sacrifice for Christ.
belief will cause to be a servant for Christ.
Are you willing to trade in your despair for Christ's plan?
He will make even the dead things come alive. He is always on time. Wait on Him.
He says, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28
"The teacher is here and is asking for you." John 11:28. .
Mailman. My Kenyan friends call him my son. So be it. @rmichaelhall
“If you believe what you like in the Gospels, and reject what you don’t like, it is not the Gospel you believe, but yourself.” — St. Augustine
There is no shortcut to greatness unless, of course, you read a road sign that says, “Shortcut to Greatness.” Obviously, follow that sign.