This Day to that Day
Have you ever felt that heavy burden for the lost and hurting souls surrounding you as you walk through your school or you drive to work? Have you ever felt the urge to talk to the individual sitting next to you about Jesus? I know I have. But how often do we apply action beyond… View Article
The Power of Hello
What drives us to do what we do? Unfortunately, our world segregates different types of people. Some because of the color of skin, the level of popularity, and so many other reasons have been created to “help” segregate our world. But if we’re all created equal, why are others treated differently? Think about this. In… View Article
Hello, My Name is Witness
Where are the kids who dream of teaching a record amount of Bible studies this year? Where is the young man who hopes to start a campus ministry at his college or the young lady who wants to start an outreach team to canvas the neighborhood near her church?
We Had to Ask: Todd Gaddy
I think young people today very much enjoy the experience of the Spirit and the experience of the services and the experiences they have in church and serving God. I think that it’s possible however to be so experience oriented that we neglect other issues, such as scriptural principles and scriptural truth and things that may not be as sensually exciting, and by that I mean our senses aren’t touched, but they are every bit as important if not more, because they are the anchor of our life. I don’t think it’s either/or. I think you can do both. I think you can certainly enjoy the experiences of God’s Spirit, but you can also be grounded in umbilical truth. Both of those together make a very dynamic life.