UPDATE: Nigeria Persecutions against Christians: Our own Elder Freewater in the Lion’s Den

Dear Fellow Ministers in Christ;  IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING OUR MEMBERS & PERSECUTION You likely have seen our posts, as well as those of other Christian organizations/ministries, concerning the increasing persecutions of Christians and especially Christian Ministers in NIGERIA (and INDIA & PAKISTAN, and some other countries as well).  Our own NACM Elder for Africa, Brother … Read more

To Be like Christ

I John 2:6 He who says he abides in Him ought himself also to walk just as He walked. What would Jesus do? You know, were being changed from glory to glory to be like Him. This is a work of the Holy Ghost. What’s it truly mean to be like Christ? He never offended … Read more

The living word!

    Here is a question for you. If someone you really liked were to send you a love letter: would you have someone tell you about the letter or would you read it yourself? This is a no brainer I think you would want to read the letter for yourself. Well, someone has written … Read more


USMC Discipline = The instant willing obedience to orders. When you are a disciplined soldier, you take a command as an immediate call to action.  Your devotion calls you to instantly fulfill the instructions given to the best of your ability with willful obedience to do so and not with reluctance, objections or malingering.  It … Read more

Love in action

1 John 3:8 Little children (believers, dear ones), let us not love [merely in theory] with word or with tongue [giving lip service to compassion], but in action and in truth [in practice and in sincerity, because practical acts of love are more than words].

Growing steadily

“Christians are slow-grown, and fruit-bearing typically comes after an arduous time of maturation… The same goes for churches. There’s a reason we call the process of starting of new churches “church planting” and not “church manufacturing.” Jon Bloom Desiringgod.org “The long-term beneficial effect of slow, incremental transformation through the exercise of habit rather than impulse … Read more

Author Worth Following…

I feel like I have to share this. I’ve been following this author for a while, and I think others here would like to, too. She’s terminally ill, and she writes books about people with chronic illnesses. Her name is Becca Pava. You can check her out on Facebook, under either Becca Pava or “Chronically … Read more