Brent Earwicker Earlier this year as I was in prayer asking what to do about a false apostle who had come to hinder our work on a certain island, Jesus anchored my soul to a verse in Jeremiah that has held me steady in the midst of this tumultuous season: “The prophet who has a dream, let him tell a dream; And he who has My word, let him speak My word faithfully. What is the chaff to the wheat?” says the LORD. “Is not My word like a fire?” says the LORD, “And like a hammer that breaks the …
Steve Mickel At Westside, we often say, “if we could do anything, without restriction, what would we do?” This “blank canvas” kind of thinking creates innovation. So often we allow the boundaries that exist to limit our thinking and creativity. But here’s the problem: blank canvases are actually hard to find in the chaotic world where the demands of life press in on us and can stifle innovation.
Corey Parnell Let me start by saying I shamelessly gave this blog a title that would make you read it. Hymns really do make me mad, but probably not for the reasons you think. I was raised on hymns, and contrary to what my obsession with 90’s rock might make you think, I love them.
Seth and Diana Sokoloff share some highlights from the 5th GenAlive Youth Conference. To follow their journey and learn more about their work in Uganda visit sethanddiana.com/blog