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Being #Blessed

Being blessed is something that many aspire to and something that many also glory in and even take credit for! When we say that someone is “blessed” we usually mean that they have succeeded in some way, whether that be financially, academically, or physically. Read more “Being #Blessed”

Being Strong and Free!

I recently looked at the Hebrew word translated as “virtuous” in Proverbs 31: “Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies”. This began an interesting journey of discovery! To begin with, many misunderstand what the term “virtuous” in this verse means.

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Being Loved

All of us have an innate need and desire to be loved and appreciated simply for who we are; not because of what we do or can give another person. Use does not define importance or acceptance; Love IS acceptance and importance! Read more “Being Loved”

Being Called

Many of us are familiar with the Greek word “ekklesia” mistranslated as “church” in the Bible. Ekklesia means those called to an assembly or gathering, and did not ever mean a religious building! Read more “Being Called”

Being Houses of Prayer

Just as Jesus Christ turned over the tables of the money changers of the temple in Jerusalem, we also need Him to do the same with us today. Many of us approach God like money changers; it is about exchanges and deals being made with God either for ourselves or on behalf of others. Read more “Being Houses of Prayer”

Being One

Many agree that unity is lacking in the church. Many also try to create unity by having city-wide gatherings, combined pastors meetings, combined prayer meetings etc. and call that unity. Read more “Being One”

Being Anointed

For some time I had wanted to study the subject of anointing to find out how it was used and what it was for in the Bible. In so doing, I discovered that the application and use of the words “anoint”, “anointing” and “anointed” today seemed to be often used outside of the context of the Bible Read more “Being Anointed”

Being Institutionalized

Although we did not know it when God called us out of the church, many worldwide and in previous generations have heard God call them out of the doing and busyness of “church life” in order to find Him as their Life. Since leaving I’ve been increasingly aware of the many parallels between the institution of school and the institution of the church. Read more “Being Institutionalized”