The Purpose in the Storm

We all have storms that blow up in our lives. Fear and unbelief will try to overwhelm. But the what the enemy meant for evil, God uses for our good. What the enemy tries to use to sink us, God will not only take us through, but will use it it prepare us to ministry to people in a greater way on the other side of the storm.

Burn the Ships

In 1519, Captain Hernán Cortés landed in Veracruz to begin his great conquest. Upon arriving, he gave the order to his men to burn the ships. 

What Cortés did was force himself and his men to either succeed or die. Retreat was not an option. To truly achieve our purpose and live out our identity, there are times when we need to “burn the ships.”

The question we have to ask ourselves is this: What are my ships? What am I holding on to that is hindering me from fulfilling my destiny?

God Calls Us by Our Name

The Book of Ephesians unveils the "mystery" of the church as no other epistle.  In this 4th part part of our series we look at chapter 3, and specifically verse 14 & 15, "For this reason I bow my knees to the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, from whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named".

Against the Wind

Jesus tells us that the Holy Spirit is like the wind.  The biblical word used both the Old and New Testaments for the Spirit means, "a current of air," "breath," or a "breeze".  We as Christians can either run against the wind or we can run with the wind.