Monday, 18 June 2018 11:02

Choosing Health

May is mental health month and the Alabama  Department of  Mental Health is focusing on overall health and well being.  Our overall well being includes both our physical and mental health.  The theme the department has chosen for this year is Fitness#4mind4 body. 

Published in Counselors Corner
Monday, 18 June 2018 10:53

Reality & Truth Ministries

“I’ve witnessed first hand how God can reach into your personal moment of need, whether it be a need for understanding, or a physical, emotional, or spiritual need, and speak Truth that is applicable to you personally. We all need life spoken into us, whether we are poor, rich, educated, uneducated, skilled, unskilled, healthy, unhealthy, happy or sad. I love receiving this from the Lord, and I desire all to receive the same.”

Published in Articles
Monday, 18 June 2018 10:48

Soaring

You go into the experience of an airplane flight with the expectation that you will routinely get to your destination, more or less on time, with only a minimum of inconvenience - maybe some turbulence, perhaps a snafu with the baggage.  But, the passengers on a recent flight from New York to Dallas had another thing coming.

 

The ChurchLeaders.com website tells the story of what happened to the 149 passengers on that plane that day: “An explosion in the left engine of the plane sent a piece of shrapnel through one of the windows of the plane. A woman was partially sucked out the window but other passengers managed to pull her body back into the plane and a registered nurse administered CPR until the plane landed.”

Published in Bob Crittendon

RRJ:  As a regional manager of BBVA Compass, what does your job entail?

 

Glenn:  I manage all aspects of Mortgage Lending for BBVA Compass across the East Region.  I lead a team of mortgage banking officers and area sales managers that work directly with clients to help them finance their real estate needs.  I also work very closely with realtors, builders and developers to create product offerings specific to their client’s needs. 

Published in Faith @ Work
Monday, 18 June 2018 10:27

Staying Awake on Gator Lake

There is something about danger that fascinates us. We are drawn to it. We know we shouldn’t be, but we are. And sometimes we live to regret that decision.

Monday, 18 June 2018 10:22

Books to Read

From Death to Life: How Salvation Works

by Allen S. Nelson IV

 

 

The doctrine of salvation is awash on a sea of Pelagianism and Semi-Pelagianism. Marked by the curse of sin, the image-bearers of God have a need to “earn” their salvation. “Surely, there must be something I can do to merit favor before a holy God,” says the modern man. This false “gospel” is propagated in churches around the world and creates chaos and confusion.

Published in Books to Read
Friday, 15 June 2018 07:41

Skyrocket Your Father Esteem

An American missionary went to an African village to evangelize. He saw a man and his wife returning from a farm. The man was walking several steps in front of his wife. The wife was trailing her husband, carrying a basket of produce on her head. This scene infuriated the western missionary. He quickly stopped them, confronting the husband, “Sir, why are you enslaving your wife in such an inhumane way? Why can’t you, as the man who is stronger, carry the load and walk behind your wife?” 

Published in Pastor Kemi Searcy
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