We all have a ministry in this world, whether we know it or not. In our everyday conversation, the words we use might have a bigger impact on them than we realize.
Russ Clodfelter Ministries
If you lack anything, ask. If you lack peace, companionship, hope, faith, if you have a troubling addiction, or your finances are in dire straits, put your hands together and talk to the best friend you will ever have.
The gifts this world offers, though they may look attractive on the outside, lead only to a life of misery as you work for this world’s wealth. The gift that Jesus Christ offers is totally free, and you can accept Him just as you are. So which would you rather have?.
Have you ever known a person, group of people, or even a nation that you wished would just get what was coming to them. We revisit the story of Jonah and allow the Holy Spirit to convict us of passing judgment on others without giving them the good news.
Satan is real. He is trying his best to steal our joy in Jesus with lies and deceit. But we are not alone. In fact, we have the most powerful force in the universe right by our side.
Be aware of false teachers as well as anything that goes against the Word of God. Preach the word in season and out of season, loving the sinner but hating the sin.
When we love each other, never judging or condemning, the plans and blessings Christ has for us are unimaginable. We are to love others as we would our own family, without making judgments or assumptions.
Preaching from Matthew 5:13-16. Have just the right amount of salt in your Christian witness, and offer that witness to everyone you contact and meet. Don’t hide your witness or you will lose your saltiness. Just as important: let the light of Jesus shine through you for all to see, and don’t hide the light of Christ.
Use the gifts God gave you in your church and in your community, and you will experience blessings that will astound you. Romans 12:1-8 encourages us to be living sacrifices.
Our Message comes from Philippians 4:4-7 and Matthew 11:28-30. Do not be anxious about anything—big problems or small issues—but give up your worries to God and have faith that he will deliver you from your problems.
Preaching from 1 Samuel 17 and David’s conquest of the Philistine giant Goliath with his great faith in God.
My text this episode comes from John 15:5-17. God is the vine, we are the branches, and apart from Him, we can do nothing.