Now more than ever, families need prayer. I am sending a challenge to all families to pray together at some time each day. Rally the troops, put down your phones and devices and pray. Make a plan to have family time (even 10 minutes) and prepare your family for the days ahead. This will be a task at first, but within about 20 days, it will become a habit and bless you beyond anything you have experienced. Take a few items on the list and work your way to the end, you will be blessed and your family will be building a great foundation in the Lord.
I want to thank Elizabeth Baptist Church (website) https://www.elizabethbaptist.org/ in Atlanta, ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH, PASTOR CRAIG L. OLIVER, SR. for this 30 Day Prayer and Fasting Schedule. My daughter-in-law followed it in her first days of being a new Christian and it helped her gain insights and discipline for the days ahead. This is not a weight loss plan, however, you may lose a little weight as you go through the process. Enjoy learning and growing in your faith! Let me know how it goes!
Here is the document to download to your computer or mobile device:
So, Debbie & Phil from Wee Can Know Ministry (weecanknow. com) have provided you with an awesome guide for new Christians in the previous post. Please take advantage of their wisdom and guidance as you begin your journey in Christ!
As much as I love to sell my book “The Gospel Parade,” I am so happy to offer the electronic version absolutely FREE so that you can share it with your children & grandchildren. Joe & I have made my book into a small “tract” version and have given it to hundreds of children around the world, now, it’s your turn!
Just click the link below and you can download your free version. Please let me know how you and your children like it. My daughter, Sarah did the illustrations and they are quite amazing!
This says “Buy” but it’s really free!
Enjoy & comment!
***Printed, paper-bound copy available for sale to the right of page***
By Phil Smith of WeeCanKnow Ministry (weecanknow.com)
New Christian, you will love this guidebook, with help understanding the changes that have occurred in your heart and life. I have been so blessed this past year as several of my friends and associates have been gloriously saved by receiving the gift of forgiveness and new life through Jesus’s death and resurrection. This E-Book provides advice and insight for a great start as you grow in Christ.
I am thrilled to share this awesome E-Book written by Phil Smith, founder of WeeCanKnow ministry. Phil and his wife, Debbie work in missions in New Orleans, Louisiana, holding backyard meetings and Bible Clubs there, as well as street ministry events. Be sure to visit their website and let them know how this helped you!
Full of scripture and wise council, it’s a must for new believers and a great refresher on God’s principals for all Christians.
Comment and visit their site if this blessed you!
Ten Ways to Change Your Man
1. Pray for him daily.
2. Love him unconditionally.
3. Appreciate him.
4. Thank him verbally.
5. Respect him.
6. Speak the truth in love.
7. Never go to bed angry.
8. No disrespect allowed, verbal, cussing, hitting.
9. Let him help you in his way.
10. Be the woman God wants you to be.
1. Pray for him daily. The Bible says, “The effectual, fervent prayers of a righteous man (woman, implied) availeth much.” Take it to the Lord in prayer, He will hear and answer. You will see subtle changes in your man, this will not happen quickly. My husband was not close to the Lord when we married, but he did become the father and husband I knew he could be and he’s now a missionary. We have been married many years. Have faith, he will become the man you need him to be.
By Sarah P.
Warning- long & sappy!! People say that the words “time flies” are cliché or just silly little words that old people mutter as they speak of times gone by, but I have realized with each passing day that there are no 2 words that ring more true than these words and I know there is wisdom within..my girl graduates from high school this Sunday…My mind battles with the 2 lines of thought whether I should either mourn for the baby girl she was or celebrate this young lady that I see standing there before me…she is lovely, she is smart and kind. I can still see the little brown- haired girl sitting beside her bed with a pile of books there ready to read with her moma…my little helper, my little rock that kept her moma together time after time…I do look forward to what her future holds I am just sad that I let time just slip by so fast-i should have let things go, stopped worrying and just enjoyed the time we had together, not rushed it away-when you are in the thick of life, you don’t realize that the time of stress that you are in only lasts but a moment, but a speck in time…a professor once told our class as we were prepping Continue reading
What happened when Jesus said, “It is Finished’?
(Scripture references and inspiration from Palm Sunday Service, Luke 4:18 Church, Dr. Fred Wolfe’s message*)
It’s Easter time and all that means…family, friends, baskets, bunnies, eggs AND, most importantly, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. I hope everyone who reads this will gain some insight as to exactly what Jesus did for us in His death on the cross.
Whether you chose to believe it or not, Jesus died in your (my) place. Before we celebrate the Resurrection (Sunday,) it is good to reflect on the crucifixion (Friday.) By good, I mean, what really took place on that old rugged cross.
Back in Genesis, in the Bible, (Gen. 3: 8-10) we can see that the perfect plan of God was to have daily fellowship, communion, with His creation, Man. Adam disobeyed God and communion was broken, causing separation from that daily fellowship. Man became accountable for his sin and in the many years that followed, between Adam and Jesus, no one experienced that “full” fellowship with God. Even though, for example, Moses met with God on the mountaintop and David communed with God, God’s Spirit was withheld and only through the tenents of The Tabernacle and the Holy of Holies, could God’s Spirit dwell. Continue reading
She looks perfect doesn’t she? By Trish S.
This is the face of a girl who desperately wants to make friends, but doesn’t know how approach people or start conversations.
This is the face of someone who doesn’t know how to respond correctly in a lot social situations …
This is the face who knows what she feels, but just can’t come up with the words to express it.
This is the face of Autism. Claire is affected by Asperger’s. She is considered to be “high functioning” and has always blended in at school academically. There has never been a need for special Ed classes. She is actually extremely intelligent and quite hilarious at times. Today when I got home from work, she told me that no one talked to her at school today. She felt ignored by some girls when she tried to speak to them. My little girl is so hurt and my heart aches for her.Continue reading
The Power of Words
“Sticks and stones will break your bones, but words will never hurt you!” I heard this as a child and was not challenged to think it untrue. But it is…untrue, that is. Words can make or break you, kind words can lift up and change lives, unkind or cruel words can tear down and destroy.
My first experience with the power of words was in high school. My family was a typical American family, my mom did not use bad language or yell at us. My sisters were normal girls, with the usual sister fights, my brother was 6 years younger and we all babied him. So, there was mostly quiet in my home. My dad worked hard and had 2 jobs and was usually amiable and ready to relax when he got home at night, although he came from a feisty Italian/Spanish family. We moved a lot and Mom’s ever positive attitude helped foster a spirit of contentment from each place to the next.
It’s not about how many children you have, it’s not about whether or not you work outside or inside your home, we can all be inspired by Holly Elliff, mom of 8. Worth the time, watch her video and let me know how God uses her story to inspire and encourage you!