I Will NEVER Stop! It’s Our ONLY HOPE!

There are two #1 spots held on my daily priority list. Each day that God blesses me with, are all for Him and His glory. So, here is what my daily priority list looks like (at least the #1 spot) Priority One: I will NEVER stop helping people who are addicted and who need recovery. … Continue reading I Will NEVER Stop! It’s Our ONLY HOPE!

What Does the Bible Say About Depression?

We are promised hope and a Savior. Confusion and frustration can grow out of the chorus of voices in the public square from people who claim to understand depression. Neuroscience and psychology offer many theories. Unfortunately, not all of them are based on facts and others are void of faith. Depression is not simply a … Continue reading What Does the Bible Say About Depression?

Fear and the Coronavirus

Everything... life as we know it... dramatically changed in what seemed like a nanosecond. I don't know about you, but it feels surreal. What's next? What will the morning bring? What if I tell you that the fear of death & suffering, which is always driving people in the wrong direction, never has to be … Continue reading Fear and the Coronavirus

Fear of the Lord

Dear readers, I felt very moved to put this article here for you to read.  It is life changing in your spiritual walk with Jesus.  Happy New Year to all and to all may you be blessed with Jesus Christ and His love and Salvation. Bible verses about fearing God We have lost the fear … Continue reading Fear of the Lord

Jesus Christ, King of Kings & Lord of Lords VS a Pagan Christmas

Is Jesus Christ for or against His followers’ celebrating Christmas? If you think that is a strange question, what He taught may surprise you! by Erik Jones and can be found here for proper credit One of the most prominent days on the Christian calendar is Dec. 25—Christmas. At this season of the year, mainstream … Continue reading Jesus Christ, King of Kings & Lord of Lords VS a Pagan Christmas

HOW SHOULD CHRISTIANS VIEW ADDICTION? Do They?

The word addiction has two basic meanings. The first definition, and the one most of us are familiar with is “to cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance.” Those who are addicted or “given to much wine” (Titus 1:7; 2:3), “drunkards” (1 Timothy 3:3) or “heavy drinkers” (1 Timothy 3:8) are disqualified from teaching … Continue reading HOW SHOULD CHRISTIANS VIEW ADDICTION? Do They?