Faith Talk Fridays 

June 1, 2018

There was something special about John the Baptist. He was on a mission to get the word out about Jesus, so that everyone may believe because of his testimony. John was not afraid to speak up to the crowds about Jesus. What I love is his great example of remaining humble through it. He was not focused on his status even though he was well known. God had to make John known to make Jesus known. He picked a man who cared about making Jesus recognized rather than making it about himself being recognized. In a crowd full of people John said, “Someone is coming after me who is far greater than I am.” (John 1:15) Jewish leaders and temple assistance were sent to ask John who he was. John let them know he was not the Messiah. He said:  I am a voice shouting in the wilderness, ‘Clear the way for Lords coming.” They wanted to know who John was, but John wanted to prepare them to recognize Jesus. John says: “He must increase, but I must decrease.”  When walking with Christ and proclaiming His word let’s not forget that it’s about shining HIS light and making Him known. No matter what your status is, God places you where you need to be used for HIS glory.

January 12, 2018

Paul Was Not A Quitter 

In Acts 17 Paul demonstrates not being a quitter even when others where against him. He went wherever God called him to go. I think he displays a great example to keep moving forward in our walk with God even when getting mocked, questioned and laughed at…..continue reading

 October 13, 2017  

Government and Authority

September 29, 2017

What Matters

There are lists of things that matter to us in this life, such as; our jobs, family, friends, getting bills paid or even catching up with our favorite TV show. The list could go on. I’ve been asking myself the question, what matters most to…… continue reading

August 25, 2017

Making Peace With Others

August 18, 2017

Complaining in the wilderness

Have you ever been in a season that you didn’t expect to be in so long? It felt like you were going around the same mountain over and over again. When we end up in a place that seems like it’s taking forever to get out of it can be easy to complain and question God. I’ve been there and done that many times. In fact it wasn’t long ago a friend warned me about the effects of being a complainer. The truth is……continue reading

August 4, 2017

Don’t Let Stuff Own You 

I planned on digging deep into a different message today but my mind couldn’t get off of this one. I recently heard the words “Don’t let stuff own you.” When you hear that it could mean something different to other people…….continue reading

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