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When we hear the word Resolution, we often associate it with the promises we make to ourselves during the start of a new year. They are usually defined as a firm decision to do or not to do something. Generally speaking, the resolutions that most people are making revolve around living healthier physically – getting rid of vices like smoking, drinking alcohol, drugs; or going to the gym and working out 3 or 4 times a week; or losing some weight, etc. There is no doubt that these resolutions are good and can certainly help improve the quality of our lives if we follow through and keep them. How many resolutions have we made in the past that only lasted for a short time? Most often, they don’t last because we were not willing to be held accountable by other people. I would like to extend a challenge to all our men and women, fathers and mothers, married or single to make a public commitment to live for God just like in the movie Courageous. I believe making such a commitment will make a big difference in our Christian lives.
Dr. Steve Pulliam
Rev. Tony Holifield
Today’s lesson will tell a little bit of Pastor Brad's personal faith story and how in his imperfection is still at work.
This night we have speaker LISA MESHAD come and share her testimony of her daughter Brandi Meshad and addiction, followed by a short devotional on making the right choice of Jesus! A powerful night with so many salvations.
I'm sure we all love our children deeply. I love my children as my own soul, but I do not always parent them from my heart. I sometimes fail to exercise my own heart - exercise in the sense of a spiritual sweat and a pounding heart. I often fail to really engage their hearts. Parenting is all about seeking a meeting of hearts. We are aiming for parenting that is from heart to heart.