Mama Kay: The Woman Behind the Jesus Movement
Pastor Chuck Smith’s wife, Kay, was the force behind one of America’s greatest revivals. In the foreword to her book Pleasing God, Pastor Chuck wrote, “Kay was the first to reach out to the hippies of the ’60s. Her prayers and tears laid the foundation for our church, Calvary Chapel.” But to understand her heart…
“He gets us,” but do We Get Him?
A day or two after Super Bowl LVII, a friend messaged me and asked if I had seen the “He Gets Us” commercials that aired during the game. I am not a football fan. I have nothing against those who love the game but have little interest in anything it offers. So, I told my…
The Importance of Staying in the Word Daily
We’re only one month into a new year, and life is already taking its toll. Our schedules are busy. We are anxious as we try to keep up with everything. We begin our day with a blaring alarm on our phone, forcing us out of bed and then heading into our day jam-packed with meetings,…
By Adrianna La Tortue Life is an endless succession we go through every day. We find that as time passes, we start to take on more and more responsibilities. We start spending less time with friends, family, and even God. One can be fully committed to God and miss attending church because they’re so busy…
The Essence of Taking a Holiday: Five Key Benefits
By Akosua Frempong Everyone wants to de-stress! With a surge in mental health challenges due to COVID-19, many people are looking for an outlet. For this reason, let’s discuss the importance of taking a vacation. Even if it is a ‘staycation,’ a holiday you take within your home country, as per the British, it is…
Here I Am: Search Me
I have been overwhelmed with my inadequacies all summer in light of who God is. I have asked myself what God is teaching me this season, but I can’t find an answer. I felt so near to God 4 months ago. I knew what he was teaching me, and from that, I was teaching others.…
Where is Your Glory?
Breathe, For God is With You Always
In today’s world, full of negativity and aggression, it’s all too easy to give in to lies whispered by others; especially the lies we tell ourselves.
A Safe Haven
By Adrianna La Tortue Growing up is not easy, especially when you’re a military kid. My dad was in the Army. People always call us Army (military) brats, but I never understood that because I don’t see how being a military kid would make me a brat. On the contrary, I started to figure out…