“What’s in Your Cup?” is an allegory of how what is inside of us, in our mind and heart, will come out instinctively when we’re dealt an emotional and/or physical blow of some kind that shakes us up and causes us to react.
What is Hope? This message explores the realm of hope, which is central to the whole of our human existence. Our lives are grounded in hope – what we expect the future to bring.
Each of us has hope in something in this life. We need something that gives us purpose and a reason to live. What is it that gives you purpose and hope for your present and future?
“Wisdom Seeds” are quotes from well-known persons who, through their personal experience, discovered and understood many truths and aspects of life. These can also inspire and help you in your life.
“God Says” expresses the difference between what we may naturally think is workable as opposed to what God tells us is actually possible, if we can believe Him.
His ability to perform is beyond our ability and His thoughts concerning possibilities are way above ours.
“Always Be Kind” is a message that challenges us to use what is referred to as ‘fellow feeling’, which is empathy. It appeals to our more noble ideas and efforts as a means of communicating with and helping those with whom we come in contact.
“Worried to Death” gives us a story that spells out the detrimental effects of fear and worry, but also offers a workable solution.
“Impact” articulates how our words and actions can deeply affect another person’s life without you even knowing it and how important it is to treat someone else as you wish others would treat you.
“Mountains and Valleys” challenges us to look at difficulties in our life as stepping stones, a way to grow stronger and better. If we will ask God for help, He can help us not to fear or worry, but find the pathway to progress and victory.
“Make a Pearl” is about transforming your trials and troubles in life into something good and useful for yourself and others.
Nothing reveals our character more accurately than the way we react to hardship and difficulty.