A different kind of 90 days

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“This is not just another devotional book, it’s a journey…” — Dave Arnold, author, Pilgrims of the Alley.

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Living the God-Intended Life Where It Matters

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While leading prayer meeting this past weekend, I challenged my church folks to live a life that will cause people in the city to be drawn to God. If you’re wondering what the God-intended life means, that’s it right there. The Christian faith is mind-blowing; just think of Christ, His Cross and His Cause — simply mind-blowing! Sunday is preparation [...]

Are You Ready?

Precipice

From Joseph: This is a guest post by TC Avey, a writer friend deeply passionate about God. She recently released her new book The Precipice: When Everything We Know Ends and I’d love for you to buy, read and support her work. Learn more about TC, her new book and how you can get two freebies at the end of this [...]

Christian Fellowship: Community or Isolation?

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This morning as I reflected on the Bible, the word that stuck on my mind was fellowship. Over the years, I’ve come across different views on biblical fellowship; community or isolation. Both school of thoughts have their reasons of course, and some very personal. Imperfect people thrive in community The Church community experience can often be ‘messy’. By messy, I don’t [...]

Live to Die Without Regrets

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This past weekend, I read about the passing to glory of a young Christian worship leader, affiliated to a youth ministry I’ve had to privilege to partner with in the last couple of years. He was very young (probably early 20s) and seemed much loved by his friends. Tributes to a Young Christian Soldier The tributes I’ve read about him [...]

You’re Not Forgotten

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After my cell group meeting over the weekend, a friend shared with me his personal story of faith and journey of hope. 15 years years ago, God gave him a word at a time of significant stress and emotional conflict. It was a word of hope and reassurance about his family. A promise for murky days   As we shared [...]

You’re Not Fatherless: A Story of Forgiveness

I lost my father 11 days after I turned 13. I was in high school, writing mid-term exams and wasn’t informed until after his burial. As a teenager, I remember the sense of pain, emptiness and also a dawning sense of reality that I felt. Life was going to be different from now. And it turned out so. Education was important [...]