Monday, September 13, 2010

The BEST is Yet to Come! =)

Here's one of my favorite songs by Scott Krippayne called, "The Best is Yet to Come" helps to renew my perspective! =)

God Loves you-- even if you are "not cool" =)

A video to reach out to everyone who struggles with not fitting in! No worries- God loves you how you are-- infact, He's designed you to stand out!

Read 1 Peter 2:9 ( and see why!

Here's a dramatization of a song by Scott Krippayne.

So beautiful...

God's Strength is Perfect

Saturday, September 11, 2010

JESUS is the Lion AND the Lamb

Here's a classic, Bible-based song sung by Crystal Lewis, about Jesus Christ:

El Shaddai (Live) - Amy Grant

I LOVE Amy Grant! The music ministry God has blessed her with is unbelievable! She's been in the business for over 25 years and she keeps growing strong and creating music that makes an impression on your heart.

Here's Amy singing about Someone who will last forever:

Thursday, September 9, 2010

GOD completes you

Meet Lysa TerKeurst, one of my absolute favorite authors and speakers!

Listen to her speaking sample about her search for true, intimate, unconditional love and how she realized years later (after being married and having a few children) that only one person could fill her cup and need to be loved completely, make her feel beautiful and satisfy the deep longings of her heart. 

Guess what?

This person isn't human, He's the Creator of the Universe and His name is GOD.

Listen to Lysa share her life-changing story:

Friday, September 3, 2010

A beautiful testimony to God's heart of compassion

7-year-old singer Rhema Marvanne beautifully belts out a classic sung most famously by Whitney Houston :)...

In the words of JESUS Christ, "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full" (John 10:10, New International Version available on

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Miracles still happen today!

"God Always Answers Prayer"
(Poem written by Dr. Robert Schuller)

When the idea is not right, God says, "No."
No-when the idea is not the best.
No-when the idea is absolutely wrong.
No-when though it may help you,
it could create problems for someone else.

When the time is not right, God says, "Slow."

What a catastrophe it would be if God answered every prayer at the snap of your fingers. Do you know what would happen? God would become your servant, not your master. Suddenly God would be working for you instead of you working for God.

Remember: God's delays are not God's denials. God's timing is perfect. Patience is what we need in prayer.

When you are not right, God says, "Grow."
The selfish person has to grow in unselfishness.
The cautious person must grow in courage.
The timid person must grow in confidence.
The dominating person must grow in sensitivity.
The critical person must grow in tolerance.
The negative person must grow in positive attitudes.
The pleasure-seeking person must grow in compassion for suffering people.

When everything is all right, God says, "Go."
Then miracles happen:
A hopeless alcoholic is set free!
A drug addict finds release !
A doubter becomes as a child in his belief.
Diseased tissue responds to treatment, and healing begins.
The door to your dream suddenly swings open and there stands God saying, "Go!"

*Excerpted from the Book: "Positive Prayers for Power Filled Living" Rev. Robert H. Schuller.

Take it from The Prince of Egypt (true Bible story)...Listen to Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston sing about there can be miracles-- when you believe.

"If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer."-- Matthew 21:22 (New International Version).

*All Bible texts are available online via

Feature story on Rhema Marvanne

Rhema from DFW Reporting on Vimeo.

Talk about a living testimony to Jeremiah 29:11 (!

Led by a child...

You're never too young for God to use you to spread the Gospel!

Listen to 7-year-old Rhema Marvanne preach it:

“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
                                                                                                                         - Proverbs 22:6 (NIV)