Wounded with Love, A Beautiful Experience

Wounded with Love, A Beautiful Experience

Being wounded with love can be a very painful and beautiful experience all at the same time. Now, I know that may sound a bit weird, but let me explain. Consider these scriptures: “Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are...

Looking ahead to 2018

Looking Ahead to 2018 Here’s a few things to get excited about in 2018… A new addition to our family – many of you might already be aware that we are adding a new baby boy to our family in February. We ask you to keep us in prayer. Launch of...

2017 Highlights

2017 Highlights The Lord has truly blessed this past year. Baker Creek Festival in Mansfield, MO – we were blessed to setup a booth at this annual festival that services nearly 10,000 people over a course of two days. We used the right arm of the...
The Garments of Salvation

The Garments of Salvation

For my morning devotion the other day, I took a look at the parable of the wedding garment found in Matthew 22:1-14. After reading the biblical account, I turned to the book Christ Object Lessons to get a bit more insight on the lessons Jesus was seeking to...
Wounding to Heal

Wounding to Heal

So, the Lord has been speaking to me lately. A lot of it has been chastening. A rather humbling thing, I must admit. But yet, I am grateful for it. Because it’s one of the greatest evidences that He loves me. Hebrews 12:6, tells me that the chastening...
Should we Divorce Christ From Prophecy?

Should we Divorce Christ From Prophecy?

I once replied to a non-remnant newsletter that a pastor had written on Daniel 9 and the seventy-week prophecy, seeking to bring some enlightenment that he may not have possessed. I told him that I enjoyed prophecy, and had he ever seen the connection...
Where is My Honor?

Where is My Honor?

Lately, I have realized that I do not reverence God as I should.  If we are all honest, none of us reverence God as we should.  To think angels veil their faces before him, and cry “holy, holy, holy” is an awesome thought.  My finite mind cannot comprehend...
Cross – The Spirit of Self-Sacrifice

Cross – The Spirit of Self-Sacrifice

Recently, the Lord has been reminding me of the importance of looking to the cross. It was about seven years ago that the Lord first began to impress my heart with the beauty of the cross. That old rugged cross so despised by the world began to have a special...
Let the Pioneers Speak…

Let the Pioneers Speak…

“By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts: and by it he being dead yet speaketh.”  Hebrews 11:4 “And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,...
172 Years too Long

172 Years too Long

October 22 marks the 172 years since Christ moved from the Holy Place to the Most Holy Place. An event often referred to in history as the “Great Disappointment.” But what was a disappointment to many can be considered the birthday of the movement that...