Helping Those Enslaved by Alcoholism

Did you know that young adults are more likely to binge drink? Or that college educated Americans are more likely than those without a college degree to say they’ve had a drink within the last 30 days? What if I told you that 13% of people who attend church are binge drinkers? Don’t believe me?Continue reading “Helping Those Enslaved by Alcoholism”

Ten Bible Studies To Share with a Friend

One of the most precious groups of friends that I have been blessed to meet with regularly are women interested in studying God’s truth.  If you don’t have a group of friends to meet with weekly to share life with, then you are missing out on smiles, hugs, and laughter.  We were meant to fellowshipContinue reading “Ten Bible Studies To Share with a Friend”

What Do My Friends See In The Church?

I am hurriedly walking along a dirt road near the Mount of Olives.  Dust is covering my toes and small pebbles burrow under my heel.  As I stoop to remove the irritation from my sandal, I hear loud voices moving in this direction. Quickly, I move off the road uncertain what this commotion might mean.Continue reading “What Do My Friends See In The Church?”

How Do We Comfort The Homeless?

  “For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them.” Matthew 18:20 (NKJV)  The smell of fear surrounds me while prayer walking through Cass Corridor in Detroit.  My arms prickle as a tan van creeps dangerously close.  Across Third Avenue a middle aged woman jumpsContinue reading “How Do We Comfort The Homeless?”