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No matter our age, or the age we live in, the idea of sitting at the feet of someone telling a story, brings back feelings of childhood awe, trust, and expectation.
Brian Kluth, author of 40-Day Spiritual Journey to a More Generous Life was asked by an NBC TV reporter if God wants everyone to be rich.
When I first visited the central African country of Chad many years ago, church leaders told me I was the first person from the General Conference to ever visit them.
Psalm 51:5 tells us that all people are born in this world sinful, and Romans 6:23 teaches that the wages of sin is death.
Although this article is entitled “The Steward’s Influence,” in reality it is all about God’s influence, which leads us to the question: “How does this influence manifest itself?” God has a purpose and a plan for each of us.
It is my fundamental belief that all men are created to serve God. In the process of creating us, God gave us dominion over all things.
When we first read the story of the young ruler in Matthew 19:16-23, we may not see any personal applications. After all, we are not millionaires, politicians or highly influential leaders.
Change is seldom easy, and Jesus knew this. While addressing the cost of being a true disciple, He shared an illustration about salt.
My son, Jaydon, and I were in the car in COSTCO’s parking lot, waiting for a vehicle to pull out so we could pull into its space.