A year has gone by since I travelled to Cambodia, and God spoke to me about some new seasons. I wasn’t able to go on the trip this year, but came across this passage in [Romans 12:5-8] when putting together a presentation for others who were going. “…so we, being many, are one body in … More Serve According to Grace
A dream come true, once-in-a lifetime achievement, miracle healing: all these are possibilities that can become truth. What does it feel like to touch the impossible, to believe for it, to see it actually happen? We sing that God is God of the impossible. We declare that He makes those impossible things possible. Do we … More Transforming the Impossible
Shepherd to hero, fugitive to king, greatly loved but also greatly disciplined, at peace and at war; this was the life of King David. It always amazes me to look at David’s life, marvel at the stressors he must have experienced, and yet see the joy and hope he maintained in God. Alongside David, Paul … More Could it be joy?
In the gospels, there are many stories of Jesus healing people and performing miracles. So numerous are the accounts that the John tells us if they were all written, “even the world itself could not contain the books that would be written”. Some of Jesus’ miracles, however, are recorded in all the gospels and while … More Daughter, your faith
In a Cochrane reviewed entitled “Intercessory Prayer for the alleviation of ill health” published in 2011, the following conclusion was made: “These findings are equivocal and, although some of the results of individual studies suggest a positive effect of intercessory prayer, the majority do not and the evidence does not support a recommendation either in … More Proof of Prayer