by Deb DeArmond I’ve been married 41 years. It seems impossible. And how on earth did we make it, when so many others who loved as deeply as we did failed in and abandoned their commitment to become one? The odds were not in our favor.
You got the job! Now what? Your first 3-6 months at your new church is a uniquely important time. Regardless of the position, it’s easy to establish “comfortably unproductive” habits and patterns that are surprisingly difficult to change. Resist falling into a leadership rut at all
by Perry Stone Being raised in a Full Gospel minister’s home by a father who was an anointed preacher and diligent prayer warrior who spent practically every day, at some point, praying in the prayer language of the Holy Spirit, it was never difficult for me
They call it the “baptism by fire.” Fire is pressure. Fire is refinement. Fire transforms. It may be happening to you. Don’t worry, join the crowd. The last few weeks our family has been in a “fiery trial” with the health of one of our children. It