Did you know God wants you to enjoy your life so much today that you don’t even have time to think about yesterday? He wants you to be so thankful for what you have right now that you don’t think about what you don’t have.
The great men and women of faith were called to solve problems. David was called to slay the giant. Sarah, a barren woman, was called to have a baby, and Noah was called to build an ark with water nowhere in sight. When you see something that needs to be fixed, know that God has equipped you to solve that problem. It is part of who you are. Continue reading…
Having a sense of purpose will cause you to attempt things you never thought you could do. It will cause you to reach beyond your own natural abilities, trust God, and tap into the ability of the Holy Ghost inside of you.
If you don’t know why you’re alive on this planet, you’ll be an easy target for the devil. You see, the devil doesn’t want you to know that God has a specific purpose for your life, and that you’ve been equipped with special gifts and talents designed to help you fulfill that purpose. Continue reading…
At some point, everybody has had these thoughts: What am I doing here? My life is so humdrum! I’d just as soon drive an anchor through the mud every day! Is this all there is? What is my purpose? I’ve got no vision. Continue reading…
Two of the top reasons couples give for divorce are: communication and money.
That’s not said to scare you. It’s meant to help couples avoid common pitfalls. Spouses don’t always know how to talk to each other about money because they think about it in completely different ways.
“My sheep hear my voice” (John 10:27 KJV).
Have you ever heard someone say, “I just can’t hear from God. I pray and pray, but God never speaks to me. I guess I just can’t hear God”? Continue reading…
Part of understanding our differences as husbands and wives is taking time to understand how each other communicates.
People in the 1950s wondered what we would do with all the free time new technology would allow us to have in this century.
Man, did they miss that like a barn door! Americans are working longer and more frantically than ever before. They have no time or energy left over for the things that really matter.
Have you ever come to the end of the month and looked at your checkbook register and thought, Where did it all go?
Being a good steward of what we have is a key to financial success. It takes time and effort to write things down, plan, and keep track of what you own, what you’re spending, and what you need to prepare for in the future.