GUEST OF HONOR: JESUS CHRIST! DATE: EVERY DAY! Traditionally, December 25, but He's ALWAYS around through His Holy Spirit, so the date is flexible! TIME: Whenever you're ready! Please don't be too late though, or you'll miss out on all the blessings! PLACE: In your heart! He'll meet you there - you'll hear Him knock! ATTIRE: Come as you are!!! Grubbies are okay as Jesus will be washing your clothes anyway with His Own Precious Blood He shed at Calvary's Cross! He did say some
During the holiday season, many people find themselves feeling depressed, lonely, and hopeless. Emerging HOPE cares about you, to the degree that we feel lead come alongside you in your struggle. It is our desire to offer you tangle fruit of our Christian love. We have a special gift for you. Our ministry would like to give you four FREE "On Demand" PowerPoint Presentations that are sure to sure to lift your spirits, enhance personal knowledge base, and empower you to cont
The holidays can be particularly difficult for those of you who have recently loss a loved one, who maybe struggling with depression, anxiety, contemplating suicide, or just plain feel like giving up. We want to encourage you this evening with the words of this song; you can go on. You can't quit. The Lord feels your pain and He knows your struggle. You can make it. This too shall pass.
Be encouraged, Ministers Curtis and Pamela Robinson, Sr . Friends please share informati
Wisdom is the principal thing;
Therefore get wisdom.
And in all your getting, get understanding.
Exalt her, and she will promote you;
She will bring you honor when you embrace her.
She will place on your head an ornament of grace;
A crown of glory she will deliver to you.
After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” (Matthew 2:1-2 NIV) Many of us travel during Christmas time. We get on planes and hop in cars in the hopes of a wonderful time with family or friends. We expect to have a great time. We expect tough conversations with family members, and this
One day, long long ago, a baby was born. The baby's birth was celebrated as only the birth of a King's son can be. Loving arms and royal affluence withheld nothing needful or desirable for the child. His name? Mephibosheth. A difficult name to pronounce was perhaps the first indication that an easy life was not to be for this dear child. His loving father, however, hid a nugget of hope in the meaning of the name he bestowed upon his son -- 'dispeller of shame'. It was the chi
There are countless books, articles, academic papers, blog posts, and the like around things like “change management”. (One book my husband and I particularly love is "Unexpected Guests at God's Banquet" by Brett Webb-Mitchell. Thought provoking, accessible, and insightful.) Here’s are some important things to note about change: It’s not simply going to happen because you wish it would. In business culture, we frequently commiserate with colleagues and lament the things we wi