Remember, God communicates vision to us through love—not demand.
Hint: It has nothing to do with the 2020 election.
"I want to light up as many people as possible with this reality of what it is to live a spiritual professional life that is exciting."
There is little question that transition is taking place.
Unfortunately, the message from all too many of our pulpits doesn't reflect it.
The shaking that many are experiencing is confirmation that we are being launched into God's higher purpose.
A recent LifeWay study says 9 out 10 households have one, but only 1 in 5 have actually read it in its entirety.
Jesus says we are to be holy, not to "do" holy.
God wants to bless us beyond our ability to ask or imagine.
"These woes were sobering, the sins specific and God's judgment certain."
It's not just the Millennials He wants to use.
They hold deep spiritual significance you could easily miss.
This time not only will Israel welcome Him back, but the remnant of people from every tribe and tongue.
Rabbi Curt Landry says the church has been cut off from its heritage, and the way back is to understand its true identity.
I believe that a great move of God must begin in the pulpits and prayer rooms.
There is a revival coming, an awakening that will make the Azusa Street Revival seem like an opening act for what God will do.
In these perilous times, God is looking for willing servants and surrendered hearts.
Will you obey Him when He says no?
If America's soul is to be saved, Pastor Shane Idleman says it must begin in the home, and in the pulpit on Sunday.
Bishop Bart Pierce has put together a blueprint for spiritual revolution that can transform the church for generations.