Contributed on Jul 19, 2009
It’s tough to be steadfast or loyal to our creditors when the mortgage or car payment is due, cash is tight, and work is gone. It’s tough to be steadfast and hang on in relationships when so many are divorcing their families and walking away. It is tou
I’m sure you have had at least one experience where something overwhelmed you to the point that you wondered if you could survey the fallout from it. Your mind is gone there already. Some of you are in the middle of that something and are desperate for help and hope. Others have come through and in ...read more
Contributed on Aug 1, 2009
If you’re facing tough times today take comfort in realizing God can use you best when you are weakest.
I walked into the Mac’s store, picked up my items and went to the counter. The clerk, male, about 18, was reading a magazine. I stood at the counter for 20 seconds or so when he finally sauntered from against the wall toward the cash register, punched on the keypad, took my cash, gave me my change ...read more
Contributed on Aug 23, 2009
Jesus clears the path for us to live a worry-free live.
When Glenys and I arrived at our cabin in Sauble Beach for our vacation, a sign over the two sinks in the cabin said “Don’t drink the water.” Most of us don’t like anyone telling us we can’t do something. The Ten Commandments of Exodus 20 are similar. “Thou shalt not” or “You shall not” ...read more
Contributed on Sep 24, 2009
The call to faith this morning is an invitation to trust God when you think everything is falling apart. In the midst of the difficulties you face, the pain you bear, or the darkness you stumble through, trust Father.
Keeping It Together When You’re Falling Apart Trust Me 1 John 5:1-5 Text from The Message: 4Every God-begotten person conquers the world’s ways. The conquering power that brings the world to its knees is our faith. Today’s message represents my final in a series called “Keeping it together ...read more