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Serving a Hungry World

by Bryan George

Many times we think of church as a building where we get together with a group of believers to praise and worship God. Church is so much more than that. It is ordinary people connecting with the extraordinary power of God to share His love with the world. Think back to the early church, it […]

Shining the Light of Jesus

by Bryan George

Over the past few weeks we looked at why The Gospel of Jesus is not being shared and heard in the world today. Now, let us learn how we can better become Grace Dispensers, and share the Good News with the world. In 1 Peter chapter 4, we are called be like good Stewards of […]

Standing up for the Gospel

by Bryan George

Followers of Jesus Christ have the responsibility to reach out to the least and lost in order to give them hope, share blessings and spread the good news about our Savior. This responsibility can become a challenge when true believers are facing indifferent or hostile audiences. The best ways to handle these situations is found […]

Feeling secure in your moves

by Bryan George

Maybe you haven’t relocated to a new community lately. But if you have changed jobs, churches, small groups or in some way made a big life move, you may be feeling the effects of RSMx. This syndrome, Relocation Stress Meltdown, can cause you to be irritable, on edge and unpleasant to be around. This is […]

Don’t let betrayal break you

by Bryan George

Unfortunately, most of us have come to realize that betrayal is part of the brokenness of the human condition. Sometimes we are the one who is betrayed, and sometimes we are the one who (intentionally or subconsciously) betray someone else. By definition a betrayal is a disappointment, disclosure or exposure of entrusted information. What hurts […]

Life isn’t fair, but that’s okay

by Bryan George

We all know that life isn’t fair. It is human nature to want “fairness”, but what is fair? Most preserved injustices are decisions made that benefit someone else to the detriment of ourselves. We have all had situations like these: the boss’s nephew getting a promotion over you, losing out on a scholarship to someone […]

Your Place in God’s Plan

by Bryan George

As followers of Jesus Christ we know that God has given all of us a different set of talents, abilities and life experiences to be used for God’s great purpose, to make a difference in the world we live in. Sometimes deciphering God’s calling, and deciding to accept and pursue it are not so simple. […]

Passing God’s Tests

by Bryan George

We all deal with conflict in our lives, whether it is in the workplace, or with family and friends. The way we handle our conflicts will define our relationships and our lives. Oftentimes, our instinct is to avoid such conflicts and pretend that they do not exist. This is when they will end up keeping […]

Being Open to Healing

by Bryan George

So often in life we become products of our circumstances. Our ailments, limitations, diseases and hardships begin to control us. We become so focused on what happened to us, that we can no longer search for healing and hope, but have resigned ourselves to our current or worst fate. This is what happened to the […]

Breaking Free of Addictions

by Bryan George

I want to start by making it clear that addictions can affect anyone, in any socio-economic class, at any place and in any stage of life. Addictions can vary as much as the people who are subjected to them. They can (and likely will) affect family, friends and coworkers. Gerald May defines addiction as a “compulsive, […]