It has been FIVE JOYFUL YEARS since, by God's grace, we began SOMETHING GREATER MINISTRIES!
We have posted over 250 BLOGS, produced countless KINGDOM BUILDING EVENTS, written and delivered scores of FAITH INSPIRING TALKS, ARTICLES and BOOKS and PRAYED before, during and after each endeavor for God's favor and for HIS NAME to be glorified through all that we do.
NOW! A NEW CHAPTER HAS BEGUN! Please join us as we launch...
Want to experience a happier relationship with the man in your life?
Well, hear this: Your LOVE is not enough for him! Your RESPECT is really what he is after.
When polled, men would rather feel alone and unloved than inadequate and disrespected. (It is the opposite for women. Most women would put up with feeling inadequate and disrespected over feeling alone and unloved!)
You know…”when the dog bites, when the bee stings, when we’re feeling saaad….”
For most, the moments of sheer bliss are out-weighed by the mundane, the ordinary, the pain and suffering of everyday life-- you know--the stuff where “joyful” does not describe our disposition. And this cloud of gray can cast a dark shadow over everything—including our family life, leaving us fee...
Did you know that we each have our very own guardian angel? How wonderful is that? God cares so much for each of us that He sends His “messengers” to look after us. We are never alone.
And in addition to angels, heaven is filled with saints who are delighted to intercede for us in prayer. Each of them lived a life that witnessed to God’s light and love--the love that He longs to share with us.
“You are forgiven” are the three most difficult, freeing and powerful words ever spoken. I know. I have been there, truly I have. I have been absolutely paralyzed by the fact that I did not think I could ever forgive a particular person for what he had done to me, and not only to me, but to those I loved so dearly. For years I thought I was free, at least for myself, but felt it was unthinkable to “let him off the hook” for t...
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!* Thankfully, we were not left as orphans when Christ’s life here on earth was completed. He sent us His Holy Spirit to live inside of us to guide us in all ways. We don’t have to live blindly, bumbling along, trying to figure out life by ourselves. God has promised to guide each of us and this guidance or connection to God is what our relationship to Him is all about.
Guest blogger *Maribeth Harper gives us her best advice on how to smoothly handle transition, no matter your stage in life.
Monday morning was transition day in our home. My husband started a new job, our daughter returned to hers (she had the summer off) and our grandchildren were out buying new school shoes and backpacks in the nick of time for the first day of class. Through Praying College Moms, I heard from several moms wh...