Starting this morning, aired gavel to gavel on all major networks, the House of Representatives opens to the public their hearings on the potential impeachment of President Trump.
David and Kim Butts, leaders of America’s National Prayer Committee and the national training organization, Harvest Prayer Ministries, have just written a book that answers both questions—and more! Titled Vertical with Jesus: A 30-Day Journey to Impact Kingdom Living, it is full of rich insights and helpful steps.
On 9/11, 2001, I stood near my home on a mountain crest called Washington Rock Park. From this vantage point in 1777, George Washington monitored the movements of British troops in the New Jersey valley. From this rock, one can see the entire skyline of New York City just 20 miles away.
In my last blog post I shared with you the amazing story of Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, and how he built his organization from $10,000 to a trillion-dollar operation in just 25 years.
“Hate has no place here!” So declared Donald Trump after dozens of our citizens perished at the hands of two heavily armed young men in El Paso and Dayton.
Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos, went from quitting his job to becoming the world’s wealthiest person in just 25 years! How did he do it? By his testimony, he did it by following his “Regret Minimization Framework.”
What if the youth in your church tackled this study and got ruined with a new passion for Jesus’ reign?
As we celebrate Easter 2019, I want to treat you to Dr. Stewart’s description of the ultimate outcome of Christ’s victory over the grave. For sure, these few paragraphs will recharge your praises to Jesus at this glorious season!
David Bryant wants to tell you what’s been going on, and why this is so critical for the cause of Christ in our generation.
David Bryant sat down with the senior editor of the TriStateVoice, to explore the one hope of curing this crisis.
At This Very Moment, You Can Worship Jesus With 20,000 Voices and Hearts and Minds. So Why Not Do It?
Voices, hearts, minds—all three blended to worship Jesus.
Am I truly person-driven when it comes to my relationship to the person of God’s Son? As a way of life, am I compelled daily not only to know more about him, but also to know him more?