How Do You Get Paid? Often we’re asked some candid and to the point questions about our lives by people who hardly know us. It’s nothing new, it happens all the time. Over the years we’ve learned how to deal with these questions, but we still find them difficult at
It’s official, tomorrow marks the first day of the 2018 hurricane season. If you live in an area prone to hurricanes, there’s a good chance you’re already well on your way to finishing your hurricane preparedness checklist. If not, there is still time to get everything in order so if
As tornado season gears up again, it’s time to talk about your disaster plan. What happens if you lose power for days, your house floods, or worse yet, it is destroyed by a tornado? What do you have planned in case of an emergency? As the saying goes, failing to prepare
We have spent the last four months serving alongside a Southern Baptist church, which some might seem odd for full gospel Bible School graduates to do. I mean, we don’t really believe the same way about everything in the Bible, do we? Now you are the body of Christ, and each
Hope can be a fickle condition. It comes as goes depending on how we feel. It seems to follow the lead of our emotional movements, showing up most prominent during moments of optimism. Hope is a very strong driving force that has been attributed to many peopleâ€™s ability to overcome major obtacles in their lives.
It’s impossible to watch the news without hearing stories about what is going on in Louisiana with the recent flooding. Some are calling it the 500 year flood. It has been said to be the worst natural disaster since Super Storm Sandy in 2012. With tens of thousands of homes