Russ preaches from Abbott’s Creek Cowboy Church with warnings from the book of Jude.
Russ Clodfelter Ministries
Paul’s letter to the Phillippians shows us how to have the peace and joy of God abiding in our lives 24/7.
Reflect on the cleanliness of your heart this week. How can you better show the light of Christ in your everyday personal ministry?
Let us endeavor to put God in His rightful place as first in all we do. Let us listen for His still, small voice in all the decisions we make. Then, and only then, should we expect His blessings. Evaluate yourself; where is God’s place in your life?
Think about your words. Are they positive? Do they do justice to your witness for Christ?
If the church would witness like we should, we would live in a much better place, and the message of Jesus would spread like a virus. And we know all too well how a virus can encompass the world. Are you spreading your message to others?
The world is looking for proof of Christ within us. When the world looks at you, point them to the Lord and give them the GPS location for the way, the truth, and the life.
Russ preaches a special Christmas Eve message from the steps of Shady Grove Methodist Church in Winston-Salem. In this time when this world puts its faith in science, We can have faith and trust in the greatest gift ever given: Jesus Christ, the author of our salvation.
Russ Clodfelter preaches live at Wallburg Baptist Church, sharing his testimony and bringing the church towards revival.
God’s plan for reconciliation and restoration within the church is the perfect solution to a common dilemma: how do we love those we cannot otherwise get along with?
When we lose our focus on Christ, the worries of this life can cause us to sink in doubt and despair. Let us, like Peter, lift up a cry to God and reach out for His hand. Then and only then can we become fearless.
Nehemiah brought Israel together by rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem and uniting the culture around the Word of God. We can do the same things today by reunited ourselves, our families, our churches, and our country around reading the Bible and spending time in prayer.