Seeds of Love: Enemies and Persecutors

Today I feel I need to share this message. It seems many people are going through tough times and struggles, and we all need a reminder of a very simple yet very famous message: Seeds of love (thought for today): It is always easy to love the people who are near and dear to us, … Continue reading Seeds of Love: Enemies and Persecutors

Single and Blessed

To all my single friends out there,   "The Lord is not slow to fulfil his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you." 2 Peter 3:9 I know that being single can be tough some days, and on other days when you see your friends go through breakups and divorces you silently … Continue reading Single and Blessed

Prayer is Powerful (How To)

Prayer is powerful. It changes people's lives. Prayer slays demons, heals the sick, encourages the despairing, brings the dead back to life. Prayer is about talking to God, not really asking him anything, simply talking to God. However, God loves to hear our heart's desires, our needs and wants, and He really want to bless … Continue reading Prayer is Powerful (How To)

9 Things to Consider When Praying

Dear Friends,   When praying for your future spouse, I believe that there are at least 9 things worth considering to pray about, especially if you haven't met that special person yet: 1) salvation 2) spiritual growth 3) protection and safety (from evil, temptation, illness, drugs, etc) 4) wisdom and guidance... 5) education / studies … Continue reading 9 Things to Consider When Praying

are you angry… or absorbed into God’s wide-as-the-ocean love?

Pilgrim in Progress


Wide, wide as the ocean, high as the heaven above;
Deep, deep as the deepest sea is my Savior’s love.
I, though so unworthy, still am a child of His care;
For His Word teaches me that His love reaches me everywhere. – Charles Miles (1914)

There’s a lot to be said for sunshine, but I’ll admit I also enjoy the occasional cool, wet, rainy week. These last couple of days here have been classic examples of “It’s a little British outside.” But what better weather for getting comfortable, enjoying a pot of coffee, and writing my heart out?

This wet week is especially timely in light of all the new planting in our garden, and the cooler temperatures (yesterday never made its way out of the 50’s) are a refreshing reminder that we live in a part of the country where spring is an actual season rather than a wistful idea.

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10 Ways to Prepare for Marriage — Waiting For Your Boaz

There are many of you who are searching for love. Marriage is a calling; a covenant between God, your spouse, and yourself. Many times we become so focused on finding the right person that we forget that we are supposed to become the right person. You wouldn’t walk into your college semester final without doing… via … Continue reading 10 Ways to Prepare for Marriage — Waiting For Your Boaz

A Christian’s Occupation: Good Works — Erik and Elena Brewer’s Weblog

What are you supposed to do with your life once you accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and are born again? Are you just to put your feet up and wait for the glories of heaven or, does God invite you to something more? In the Protestant world, good works are almost frowned upon, […] … Continue reading A Christian’s Occupation: Good Works — Erik and Elena Brewer’s Weblog

Worth the Risk (2 Walls)

Dear Friends,   I hope all is well?   I recently went out on a street evangelism with some new friends. To my surprise, God decided to turn the tables and instead of me ministering or praying for a stranger, God ended up ministering to me through my new friend. God sees what is needed … Continue reading Worth the Risk (2 Walls)