Relationship is more important than the problem.
Building relationships is #1…Results are #2
Get this wrong and you won’t have a healthy family, healthy team at work, or a healthy life. People before problems is the way of Jesus.
A four part series on RARE leadership, based on biblical principles and the latest brain science, from the same titled book, by Marcus Warner and Jim Wilder.
From John 4:13-14 and John 7:37-38 Pastor Walter A. Jackson, III explores what should flow from every believer by comparing natural water to “Living Water”
“We are a low-joy nation. And what happens in low-joy places? Problems are bred. This low-joy has reached the highest levels. Our national leaders have finally succumbed to being almost pure predators.”
What is a predator?
What can be done?
Actually, you might be the best true hope….Listen
Joy is a key theme in the life of Jesus and his teaching. Yet, we rarely speak of this in the Christian community.
According to brain science, a high-joy environment is absolutely necessary for healthy brain growth. Considering a baby grows 2/3 of their brain in the first 90 days, dare I say, from the beginning, we are designed to be filled with joy.
This is the third night of revival at the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Brunswick, MD. Tonight’s topic was on running the Christian race.
This is the second night of Revival at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Brunswick, MD
This was an afternoon service where Pastor Walter Jackson preached at the Second Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Hamilton, VA (near Leesburg and Purcellville, VA) for their 124th church anniversary.
Can you praise God in the midst of your adversity knowing the everything we go through God uses for His glory?
In our ongoing friendship with God we tell him what is on our hearts and learn to perceive what he is saying to us.
The same is true with dear friends in the faith. We meet together, listen to what we sense God is saying to us, and we share how we are going to respond. In other words, we live life together.
What is spiritual warfare? How does God equip us for the battle? Are you ready to take a stand?
A sermon on the Armor of God from Ephesians 6