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Priscilla Shirer, popular Bible teacher, author and conference speaker, recently spoke with The Christian Post about her new book, God Is Able, in which she unpacks Ephesians 3:20-21 to explain how Christians can personally apply the Scripture's proclamation that God can "do exceeding abundantly above and beyond anything that you can ask or think." The married mother of three also shared her views on women in ministry and why Christians need to get out of the pews and onto the pavement.
Humor is a great tool to use when communicating God's Word to teeenagers (or anyone for that matter.) It breaks down barriers, captures attention and gets the audience's adrenalin kicked into high gear. As a result, teenagers are more ready to receive what you are seeking to teach them from God's Word.
Everyone needs to be loved. It's God's will for us to know and experience His unconditional love and have a personal relationship with Him (see John 3:16 and 1 John 4:16). He created us for acceptance, not rejection, and connection, not separation and abandonment.
I suppose we have all been in situations where we didn't even know what we didn't know. In other words, we were blind to our need for a change even though others around us may have recognized our plight.
This season of Advent, beginning the first day of December, is full of the JOY of the Lord! What could be more wonderful than the Good News that the Savior is born, that God himself has come to Earth as the Messiah? The great prophesies are fulfilled, including these profound and awesome words of Isaiah:
The Pittsburgh Steelers will face off against the Baltimore Ravens in a Thanksgiving Day NFL Thursday Night Football clash. This all-AFC North game could potentially have big implications on how the division turns out this season, with both of these teams currently tied in the middle of the standings chasing the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Dallas Cowboys will host the Oakland Raiders on Thursday in the second of three Thanksgiving NFL football games. The Cowboys need to capitalize on their dramatic win over the New York Giants last weekend with another victory today to try and claim control of the NFC East as the 2013 regular season builds towards its climax.
A man who ran into a Maryland church's food pantry while on fire has ended up killing himself and the church's pastor on Tuesday.