If your dad is still around, be sure to visit or call.
It’s weird to think about my parents and grandparents passing away…
As a young adult, I have a hard time picturing life without my family around, but I know one day it will happen.
Several of my friends have already lost their fathers. They don’t talk about the difficult times and their differences.
What they talk about is how much one more day would mean.
Nothing else matters.
This Father’s Day I’m reminded again about the power of forgiveness, reconciliation, and love.
Hard times come–disagreements happen–but do what you can to make amends.
Decide to forgive instead of holding a grudge. None of us knows if today is our last.
When the end comes–for you or your loved ones–wouldn’t you rather know that you’ve done everything you can?
Regret is a bully.
You don’t want that hanging over you head.
The world is here at Rhema!
Winter Bible Seminar Day 1 was a success.
Pastor Hagin and Ms. Lynette preached on strongholds being broken and our authority as believers over every dominion of darkness.
Talk about a powerful word from God…
We came together today as a family to pray with and for each other as chains fell off.
Fears are gone.
Strongholds are broken!
We needed to be reminded of these powerful, yet fundamental messages on authority because our school and church is reaching the nations.
Places where you have to stand strong and assured of your authority because the missionaries are literally carrying the light into darkness.
I’m so thankful to be a part of a school that has such reach around the world and that brings the family back together to encourage each other.
This is only Day 1, so I can’t wait to see what the rest of the week has in store!