You have an enemy that is trying to steal your peace and steal your joy.
Have you ever heard the phrase, to follow after peace? We often hear sermons about it and read it in books, but what does that look like on a day-to-day basis when people are getting upsetting you or disappointing you, or hurting you? What does that look like when the circumstances around you seem beyond repair? What does following after peace look like then?
Our God-given mission at Joe McGee Ministries is to restore hope in the lives of families through the knowledge of God’s Word.
We use every method and avenue we have available to us, including social media to reach people.
Here is a note we received via social media of one woman who had hope restored and recommitted her life to God —
“I saw a clip of Joe McGee on facebook…Joe’s messages on marriage and family were exactly what I needed at the exact right time. I recommitted my life to Christ. I’m more patient and understanding with my children and husband now, among lots of other things. I feel things moving toward the better for us and, although it’s by the grace of God, I have to thank Joe as well!”
Last year, the number one topic our listeners and readers wanted help with was getting more unity in their family.
It affects families, businesses, marriages and the list continues. Unity sounds like a flowery term, but if you don’t have it, relationships can easily turn ugly.
The reason a lack of unity affects relationships is that because it causes conflict. Conflict is most often the result of unmet expectations. When everyone has a different goal or expectation that doesn’t get met, conflicts ensue.
Have you ever had a life lesson come from a seemingly random place?
That’s what happened to Joe and he took a little time out to share a special message on the value of something worth having.
Watch as Joe shares how learning to shell walnuts gave him an important life lesson.
This Thanksgiving, no matter where you are, you’re on the mission field.
Whether you’re spending time with family, or not, take whatever opportunity you have to be a blessing to others and make them ask you about the hope that is in you.
Listen in as Joe shares a personal story about how he had to learn this lesson the hard way.
Putting first things first needs to be a priority in our life. And that means we need to be purposeful about putting God first.
Putting God first means making His Word a priority in your life.
Getting to know God is as practical as getting to know your spouse. It takes purposeful effort.
If you are struggling with trusting God, you need to get to know Him more.
Would you love the key to knowing how to win an argument with your spouse?
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Have you ever wished you were something or someone different?
When Joe’s daughter was upset about being the middle child, he had some practical advice for her…
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As a couple, the prayer of agreement is a powerful tool.
God highly esteems unity. Jesus said in Matthew 18:19 (ESV), “Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven.” The husband and wife who will take the time to pray together will not only create unity and harmony in their home, but God will work on their behalf to bring their requests to pass.
Here are a few practical tips to help you and your spouse get started praying together.
- Make a detailed list of requests that include every area of your home, family, work, etc.
- Write major requests on index cards that you can carry with you. Write out at least three scriptures on the back of each card as a reference for your faith.
- Be thankful when you pray. Start each prayer with a “thank you, God” attitude.
- Be specific when praying, and remember, there is no situation too small or too big that you can’t pray in agreement over,
- Keep it short and to the point. Many things don’t require you to pray for hours.
- Keep a prayer journal of your requests. As they are answered, date them and check them off the list.