Servant to All

Paul joyfully made himself a servant to all. We read in 1 Corinthians 9:19, “Now, even though I am free from obligations to others, I joyfully make myself a servant to all in order to win as many converts as possible” (TPT). The word used here for servant or slave refers to a bondservant. A … Continue reading Servant to All

Fortune Cookie Devotion Series: Definition of Success

Today’s fortune cookie said, “It doesn't take much to be a success. It takes everything.” I tell my kids to always give their best effort. Your best effort is everything. Perhaps it won’t earn a 100% or 1st place, but the best effort is all you can give. Today, ask yourself this: Did I give my best? … Continue reading Fortune Cookie Devotion Series: Definition of Success

Curb Cut

Until recently, I never knew what a curb cut meant. I actually have two curb cuts that I clear of snow and ice every winter season. Over the years, I have called them ramps as I tried desperately to ensure that the winter mayhem was removed from their presence. The main objective in my mind … Continue reading Curb Cut

Colossians Study: Godly Living

[Colossians 3:18-21] As we run with Jesus, we continue to build godly relationships. Godly living starts at home. If you aren’t living godly at home, you won’t succeed in godly living outside of the home. Paul speaks about the importance of godly relationships in numerous letters. Husbands & wivesParents & childrenMasters & slaves “Submit to … Continue reading Colossians Study: Godly Living

Proclaim the Excellencies

Believers, children of God, are considered “God’s instruments to do His work and speak out for Him, to tell others of the night-and-day difference He made for you—from nothing to something, from rejected to accepted” (1 Peter 2:9 MSG). Today, the big questions we should ask ourselves: Are you speaking out for Him? Is your … Continue reading Proclaim the Excellencies