Spiritual Responses to Practical Problems

spiritualSpiritual matters have traditionally been relegated to mysterious goings on that couldn’t be seen. This may be true to a degree, however the results of spiritual responses to issues that we have to deal with in the 3 dimensional material world can definitely be seen. Continue reading

Empowered to do the Will of God in your Life

empoweredEmpowered people are anointed to do amazing things with very little effort. That fact alone can be very dangerous without the Spirit of God guiding the empowered person.

Each and every one of us has been empowered by God to serve in a certain capacity within the Body of Christ. Within that empowered vocation, position or assignment, we will find peace. Fulfillment and joy can be found when we find our purpose in life. Continue reading

MySpace – The Resurrection of a Platform Based on Freedom


MySpace was the forerunner to Facebook and all the other online platforms that exist today. Back in the day, MySpace was the place one could express their creativity online while at the same time, connecting with others in a space that totally expressed who they were. Continue reading

Depression: Getting back to the Source of Mental Illness


Depression and all the misunderstandings that come with it is pervasive in society. Depression is also widespread among Christians today. The stigma attached to depression and mental illness is unwarranted, unreasonable and unfair. Continue reading

Coming out of the Closet – Announcing Your Sexual Preference to the World

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Coming out of the Closet is the term that has been used in recent years when a homosexual person has decided to make their lifestyle announcement to the world. Continue reading

Guest Post: Suffering & Spiritual Maturity

By Dr. Kerry Kerr McAvoy


Devotional Three

 . . .but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.
Romans 5:3-4

Military leaders know good soldiers are prepared for every possible contingency. They must be equipped to deal with sleep deprivation, hunger, inclement weather, and being under attack. This kind of readiness only comes when their men and women have been trained under stressful conditions. Continue reading