Monthly Archives: June 2017

Healing That Comes Through Confession – Celebrate Recovery

June 28, 2017

Have you ever read a scripture and wondered how it really applies to your life?  Well, for me, this was one of those scriptures: “Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may…

4 Actions You Can Take During Life’s Challenges

June 26, 2017

There is no way around them. Life can’t be mountaintops, lakes, fair meadows, and pleasant travels ALL the time. I wish we could skip the dark valleys in life. But, they seem to be very necessary part of the journey.…

4 Ways To Reach Out With More Love

June 19, 2017

Jesus loved people. He loved thieves, prostitutes, tax collectors, diseased people, poor people, children and His followers. He loved people who were devoted to Him and those who were different from Him. He even loved difficult and dangerous people. And…

The Secret to Building Endurance – Part 2

June 15, 2017

Two weeks ago I shared the secret to building endurance. While margin, I believe, is one of the greatest keys to building endurance, there’s one more. But before I get into that, I want to share a little more of…

Picturing God. Our Photography Ministry

June 5, 2017

We have the most talented group of Christ-centered photographers that any church could ask for! So we wanted to give them a shout out and big “thank you!” for their amazing photography and for serving First Baptist Orlando by sharing their…

5 War Room Prayers For Your Marriage

June 4, 2017

One of the great gifts you can give your marriage is prayer. Keeping a marriage strong amid shuffling schedules and rigorous responsibilities takes intentional effort and a whole lot of prayer. If you watched the movie, “War Room,” you probably remember Miss…

The Secret to Building Endurance

June 1, 2017

About ten years ago, my friend Sarah wanted me to run a half marathon with her. She knew she needed to find something really enticing to get me to agree and found a race where you get a Tiffany necklace…

Surrender Your Past

The Israelites stayed in the wilderness forty years because they couldn’t see God’s vision for their life. They thought of everything in terms of their past. In fact, they complained to Moses that they wanted to go back to Egypt…