“Fear not, for I am with you: be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” (Isaiah 41:10) As a very young boy, my world to me was but a toy. Every single day ...Read More »
How Can I Know if God Really Loves Me?
If you do not understand God’s love for you, it will be difficult to grow in relationship with Him and others. Oftentimes, the way we view our parents is how we view God. If we were abandoned by our parents, abused by them, or rejected by them; this will cause ...Read More »
Which Father are you?
Well-rounded Dad This is the typical nuclear home dad. This father gets the privilege of raising his children with their mother. He offers support, guidance, attention, and provision. Most times he’s a disciplinarian, yet a “softy.” He takes care of his children, but not without frequent consultations from God. (Ephesians ...Read More »
Lessons in the Letters
They came almost weekly while we were growing up, letters from our dad. Typed on an antique typewriter, they always started with the same salutation: “How are my two best girls?” They were filled mostly with questions to my sister and me, assuring a return letter would arrive in Dad’s ...Read More »
I Don’t Want To Be An Orphan Any Longer
An orphan is a child without parental care and affection. To be orphaned means to be cut-off from the love, protection, and provisions a parent can provide. We all are born spiritually cut-off from our heavenly Father. Christ’s resurrection made it possible for us to not be orphans any longer. It ...Read More »