Just In Case You Forgot: the Definition of America

My mother is the most patriotic American that I know. Because of her, I have grown to love my country with a deep pride. She moved to America in May 1968 in order to escape the Marxist-Leninist, Cuban Nationalist, Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, and (at that time) the Prime Minister of Cuba,... Continue Reading →


Your “Sonic Boom” Breakthrough

Before advances in technology were made, breaking the sound barrier seemed like an impossible task.  Going from transonic speed to supersonic speed was unheard of in the early 1900s. By the 1940s, many engineers were still saying it couldn’t be done, that there was a limit to how high we could fly and that the... Continue Reading →

“Is This Heaven, or Redding?”

The following is an excerpt of an article from the  San Fransisco Chronicle. Redding Church Practices What It Preaches It Helps Address Community Needs Joe Mathews March 17, 2019 Updated: May 23, 2019 8:26 a.m. Joe Mathews writes the Connecting California column for Zócalo Public Square. Is this heaven, or Redding? The Shasta County city... Continue Reading →

Call Upon Me

June 24 Call upon Me.  And I will answer you. It brings Me the greatest delight when My children call upon Me. Call upon Me.  And share My answer to everyone. The brokenness of humanity breaks My heart. Let My words bring life-giving healing and deliverance. Call upon Me.  And receive My never-ending love. I... Continue Reading →

Puzzle Pieces

Right before our cross-country move from Florida to California, the Lord gave us a vision.  The vision was a puzzle box being flung into the air and launching all of the pieces into a scattered flight.  When all the pieces fell back down, they all fell to the ground exactly where they needed to in... Continue Reading →

Generation Z (aka iGen)

"Gen Z, the generation after Millenials, will soon become the fastest growing generation of employees and customers.  This new generation thinks email is snail mail and Facebook is what their grandparents like.  Every parent, employer, marketer, and neighbor needs to understand this new generation that is poised to change everything." -Jason Dorsey   This topic... Continue Reading →

The Book of Acts

I am reading the book of Acts along with a few of my close brothers in Christ.  We have an assigned chapter each day, with Sundays off.  We write back with: 1.  our favorite verse(s) from the chapter, 2.  our reflection about why we chose that verse(s), 3.  and then we write a prayer using... Continue Reading →


This is a post from Caleb Hyers, Pastor of The Resting Place Church in Tampa, Florida.     "Let me help you make 2019 the best year of your life... If you would only start well with this one thing, I am convinced that you will have the absolute best opportunity for joy in this... Continue Reading →

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