Audience: Churches; Resource Type: Articles
By Samuel All it takes is a cursory glance at our world to notice that everything seems centered around getting people to worry about themselves. From multi-million dollar media campaigns to the songs sung in our churches, the message is that my personal preferences are of the highest priority and seeking after those things are … Read More »
Temptation can be used to deepen your relationship with Jesus.
by D’Ann Davis We talk much at Living Hope Ministries about how our definitions of love need to be re-oriented to that of God’s definition of love as we see in Scripture. We seek to cast off the flawed, sinful, worldly definitions of love that would include blindly agreeing with anything anyone says so long … Read More »
by Ricky Chelette He was clearly old enough to be my grandfather. The gray hair and the deep lines of his face spoke volumes about the journey of his life. He was an unassuming but sturdy man, someone you wouldn’t necessarily notice in a crowd. His eyes, deep set and dark, hid the memories … Read More »
by Malina (21) Stagnant water. That’s the only way I could describe my life. Stagnant water. Stagnant water that sits there collecting debris, being poisoned by acid rain, trampled on by careless feet, and never moving. Never curving or winding or branching off. I was no river, but a little puddle of stagnant water content … Read More »
by: D’Ann Davis, Director of Women’s Ministry, Living Hope Ministries Femininity is a word that has varying connotations in our culture today. From television shows to music to denominational differences, we see a myriad of different views on what makes a woman a woman. Why is it important to define femininity? Well, in our basic … Read More »