Hope marks our lives. Where there is no hope in the future, there is no power in the present. There are no hopeless situations; there are only people who have grown hopeless about them. I believe that our Fellowship is meant to be an extraordinary example of HOPE during these challenging times. While the world […]
Today is Pentecost Sunday: the day the church was set on fire. Fifty days after the crucifixion of Jesus, the promise of the Father was sent to empower the early church in power and boldness. And the same is true today.
Today is the National Day of Prayer, a day to humble ourselves before God and acknowledge our need for His power and influence in our world. Praying amidst a pandemic is more relevant than ever! Our eyes and ears and hearts should be open to seeing the glory of God covering the earth. Here are […]
The experiences of Jesus during Good Friday looked like anything but good to the natural eye. Rather than a path of victory, it had all the marks of despair. Betrayal, pain, humiliation, and grief washed over Him on His journey to the cross. What began with so much hope of defeating Rome and reestablishing the […]
It’s been a fascinating couple of months as our entire world has been gripped by reports of a deadly virus spreading across the globe.
To me, Christmas is all about God sovereignly orchestrating events to serve His purpose.
Sometimes it can be difficult for us to be thankful, even when life is going well.
I believe that there is no more essential calling than that of a shepherd.
As President of The Fellowship, I am blessed to hear praise reports from all over the world about the good things God is doing.