Word of Faith Blog

  • Special announcement from our Bishop and Pastor

    Posted Sunday, December 7, 2014

    Special announcement from our Bishop and Pastor concerning the next phase of Word of Faith

  • Interstellar and Eternity

    Posted Thursday, November 13, 2014

    I just watched the movie Interstellar and to a Sci-fi guy like me it was amazing. I was blown away by the visuals of Outer Space and the vastness and complexity of the Universe. Anytime I see a movie, read a book or have a conversation that highlights this facet of God's creation I think about just how awesome God is. Often I also think about this fact: Eternity is long..... Ever get nervous about the fact that eternity is So Long? I mean what are we going to be doing all that time? Won't we be bored? Think about the last time you were really having fun with some friends or family.

  • Gods Gladiator

    Posted Tuesday, July 24, 2012

    I came across a tweet the other day that really spoke to me as a man.  You see, sometimes as men we can get confused about the numerous roles we should be playing in life.  We wonder, "Should I be serious all the time?  Is it okay to be soft with my wife? When can I let out my inner UFC? What type of leader should I be at work? Am I supposed to act like I have all the answers even when I don't?" This tweet by Erwin McManus helped clear this up for me:

  • Are You AWOL?

    Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2012

    Job or assignment. Which one do you have?

    Maybe you think they're the same. They're not.

    If you have a job you're AWOL from your assignment.

    If you're in your assignment you don't need a job.

    Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations. (Jeremiah 1:5 KJV)

  • Crossing Your Jordan River

    Posted Saturday, August 20, 2011

    In Joshua 3, the Israelites were brought by God to the shores of the Jordan River. God gave Joshua instructions to follow for Israel to cross the Jordan River. As they followed his instructions the Jordan river stood up like a waterfall and Israel crossed over on dry ground. Sound familiar? It was just 40 years before that God used Moses to lead Israel through the Red Sea. The difference is that in crossing the Red Sea Israel was delivered from Egypt (a type of sin). In crossing the Jordan River Israel entered their Promised Land (a type of Total Prosperity).



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