Categories
Uncategorized

Stronger in Faith – Christian Crusaders

What do we do when it feels like our faith has hit a valley, boring, even stagnant and we find ourselves becoming fearful and weak? The good news is God’s power is available to give us renewed purpose and vision. Let’s learn how He does that in this week’s message entitled, “Stronger in Faith.” Source: […]

Categories
Uncategorized

K-LOVE Fan Awards Live Blog

This is an experiment as I live blog listening to the K-LOVE Fan Awards.  If you wish to listen, go to K-LOVE (function() { var lb24 = document.createElement(‘script’); lb24.type = ‘text/javascript’; lb24.id = ’24lbScript’; lb24.async = true; lb24.charset=”utf-8″; lb24.src = ‘//v.24liveblog.com/embed/24.js?id=1332693’; (document.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0] || document.getElementsByTagName(‘body’)[0]).appendChild(lb24);})();

Categories
Uncategorized

How Can I Have More Peace and Be More Patient? – Everyday Answers – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast

Today, Joyce answers the question: How can I have more peace and be more patient? Source: How Can I Have More Peace and Be More Patient? – Everyday Answers – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast

Categories
Uncategorized

WELS | Blood Runs Thicker Than Water – June 5, 2016

Source: WELS | Blood Runs Thicker Than Water – June 5, 2016

Categories
Uncategorized

WELS | The last salute – June 5, 2016

Source: WELS | The last salute – June 5, 2016

Categories
Uncategorized

Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 5

Bible reading Ezekiel 27-28 (NIV84) Source: Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 5

Categories
Uncategorized

He’s Everywhere

God is never out of radio contact and will be there when you need a rescue. Source: He’s Everywhere

Categories
Uncategorized

Losing Your Ship Without Losing Your Soul – FaithGateway

Jonathan Martin shares about facing the storms of life without losing your soul. Source: Losing Your Ship Without Losing Your Soul – FaithGateway

Categories
Uncategorized

The Beauty of Rome

The glory of the Roman Empire offered an expansive backdrop for the birth of Jesus. In 27 bc Rome’s first emperor, Caesar Augustus, ended 200 years of civil war and began to replace rundown neighborhoods with monuments, temples, arenas, and government complexes. According to Roman historian Pliny the Elder, they were “the most beautiful buildings […]