Book review: A place of quiet rest by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

“Setting aside time for devotional activity, in and of itself, does not necessarily make us any more spiritual. (The Pharisees were renowned for their devotional habits, but they were far from spiritual.) Neither is a quiet time some sort of good luck charm, that gets God on our good side, guarantees our day will go better and keeps us from having problems. Daily devotions are not a way of bartering of negotiating with God.”

What is in your hands?

A few weeks ago, a revered mentor of mine asked a question that I keep repeating to myself. The question is a simple one, but very powerful! I feel the need to ask you the same question today. What is in your hands? What are you doing with the abilities you have? Is there any…

The Fruit of the Spirit

“How can someone be moving mountains but they cannot say sorry? What kind of misplaced power is that? That is what we endorse when we exalt power above relationship.”