Wake up from your slumber and begin to live sacrificially.
Posts By: Michael Maynard
It doesn’t take lots of money, or superpowers to be a great dad. With God’s help, any ordinary man can be a great dad.
Renew your relationship with the Word of God, and find your place in the story.
The King learns that life is not about your reign or possessions, but what you give.
When we practice obedience, our experience of Jesus and relationship with God surges.
Truly believing what Jesus believed is more than a transfer of information, it is about DOING, putting that information to action.
Jesus is the only thing in life that is worth anything.
Jesus is wonderful, and He is yours. He is your altar that gives real life.
Jesus’ death will grant eternal life to all who repent, believe and follow Jesus. While you can’t have your old life with Jesus in it, you can have a new and eternal life today.
We all have our Altars. These are the seasons, days, or moments when we are awakened to the reality of God at work in our lives.
We can be the person saying what God is saying in any situation.
The Warrior learns to lead others with faithfulness, hope, and courage.
Biblical masculinity finds its strength in Christ and its integrity in obedience to the Word of God.
If we want God to do a work in our lives, we need to be brutally honest and say as this father said, “Lord, I believe. Help my unbelief.”
Recognize and live in the victory that is yours IN Christ.
Jesus invites us into His Kingdom which is far different than the place many of us reside.
Repentance is the path that leads to salvation and is something that God requires of every human being.
Persisting, persevering prayer doesn’t focus on the surrounding circumstances or what is seen, rather what is unseen, the eternal heart of God.
Persistence in prayer does not guarantee that we get what we asked for, but it does promise we will get something better than we could have imagined.
When we learn to enjoy prayer, we approach life with more patience, experience much more peace, and offer real help to those for whom we pray.