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Have you ever felt that as soon as you've decided to fervently believe God for something, out of nowhere comes every reason not to? Seriously, it seems that as soon as you get your faith tuned up to step out and believe God, all of a sudden things appear to go awry. Whether it's your intent to: accept your call to ministry; maybe decide to change jobs; reject a negative doctor's diagnosis; lose weight; buy your first home; or any other faith required feat; it looks as if there is always someone or something, whether it be a news report, economic downturn, or health condition, standing ready to shake your faith to the very core and cause you to abandon what you've decided to believe God for. Read more inside...
The path to greatness is a journey riddled with many complex twists, bends, and turns. In fact, it is one that if carefully followed according to God's plan, its end will result in fulfilling God's perfect will for our lives. However, often times, the mistake that most of us make along the way is that we forget that we are not on the path alone. There are many people and situations that we will encounter that are strategically designed to help us get to the next level along the course. How we respond to each of them will determine the length of the journey towards our personal greatness in God. Read more inside...
Have you ever experienced that feeling right in the pit of your stomach where you felt like something big was about to happen? You know, that feeling you get when you feel like you are right on the brink of something great? It's a funny feeling, because it can be exciting, but at the same time it can be daunting, because sometimes you just don't know what to do next. It's like you have this passion raging in your spirit, and one minute you just want to jump out there and get it done, but then a few thoughts later, mixed with a little fear from the enemy, you may find yourself questioning your ability to make it happen. Well, if that's you, today you are in for a big dose of encouragement! Find out more inside...
Every now and again, we will encounter a hard place or a rough experience. Depending on the circumstance, sometimes it can be the most painful experience of our lives. It's at these times that we can easily find ourselves asking the question, "Why me? Why do I have to go through this? And if so, why does it hurt so bad?" And, if we are not careful, this is a place where we will begin to look at our circumstances and our environment and search feverishly for a way of escape. Have you ever been there? Or, perhaps you are there right now. Well, if so, you are due for some good, sound encouragement. Read more inside...
how do we love people in spite of their wrongs or faults? How do we honestly demonstrate the love of Christ to all people? Well, this month's featured preaching woman, Dr. Maria A. Seaman (Dr. Seaman), Founder and Pastor of Shekinah Worship International Ministries (SIM), at Shekinah Worship Centre, Bermuda, covered under the apostolic helm of Dr. Karen Bethea of the Set the Captives Free Outreach Center, Baltimore, MD, is here to share some strategies with you.Find out more inside...
At some point or another, each of us has experienced a defining moment. You know, the moment when you sense a monumental shift that causes you to re-evaluate where you are and how you got there. Or perhaps it's the moment when you realize it's time to awaken old dreams and past prophesies you've allowed to lie dormant. Maybe it's that painful time in your life that helped you see that "all things really do work together for your good." Whatever the case, you've potentially experienced a defining moment that God wants to use for His glory. Find out what Pastor Danielle Murphy says inside about her defining moment!
When we look at the world and all of the uncertainty that is constantly swirling around us, we can truly acknowledge that times have changed. Surely, you may recall the times when confusion was not as rampant amidst our government, families were not overcome by severe financial constraints or family conflicts, job losses were not at an all-time high in our country, and global hostility was not as prevalent as it is today. Yes, times have truly changed. And, the response by many is one of fear and hopelessness.
As one called and chosen by God, what are you doing to leave a legacy in the earth? What indelible footprint will you leave in the kingdom, your community, or marketplace that unearths the evidence of something you "did, said, created, or impacted" that will be remembered beyond your generation? Will it matter that you were here to more than just your family and closest friends? Dr. Sherry Gaither, co-laborer with her husband, Senior Pastor Benjamin Gaither of the Stronghold Christian Church in Lithonia, GA, graciously accepted our invitation to be featured on our site and share with us principles of legacy, leadership, and empowerment, so that we may stand ready to answer and confidently settle these questions once and for all. Read more inside...
As the Organizer and Senior Pastor of the Sacred Zion Full Gospel Baptist Church (FGBC) in Baltimore, MD, Dr. Greene is one of the most beloved pastors in the city as well as in the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship. Having impacted many lives throughout her tenure in ministry, Dr. Greene is potently anointed to preach and teach the word of God with love, compassion, and practicality. As a member of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, State of Maryland since 1996, Dr. Greene has held several offices in the Fellowship such as: Director of the Ministerial Alliance for Maryland Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship; District Overseer for Baltimore City (September, 2007); installed as State Overseer for the State of Maryland in November 2008. In November 2010, State Overseer, Dr. Bertha Greene was elevated to Bishop Candidate and is currently undergoing Episcopacy training.
We often hear people say, "When I think of the goodness of Jesus, and all He's done for me..." Most of us can finish the saying! However, let's literally take a moment and think about it. What really comes to your mind? Is it His goodness, His mercy, His love? Maybe you contemplate all the times that you've called upon His name in your time of need? Perhaps you reminisce about His faithfulness and the privilege you have as a believer to come boldly before His throne and obtain mercy and find favor, according to Hebrews 4:16.