Update Your Trust

If we could figure out everything in our lives, then we would not need God. I’ve been reading the account of David as he ran for his life escaping Saul’s wrath. Imagine the fear that would grip anyone’s heart knowing that the king, the most powerful man in the country, is after you. He hates …

A Different Mother’s Day

Motherhood changes us. An amazing heart transformation takes place when we hold our firstborn in our hands. Something dies in us and something else comes alive. Changed by Love When I first became a mother, I noticed that selfishness was replaced with unwavering care, nurture, and giving of myself wholeheartedly to a tiny human being. …

Awakening

Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it;Unless the Lord guards the city, the watchman keeps awake in vain. Psalm 127:1 My husband and I have had the privilege to be part of something unique happening this week – a prayer caravan going around the perimeter of Fort Worth praying …

Divine Power

Two hours. Neither Spanish nor English would come out of my mouth. After preaching a sermon on the person of the Holy Spirit, Pastor Bill Earley made an altar call. He said something like this, “If anyone wants to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues, come to …

No Other Way

It is a very special day for me for a few reasons – I received my healing and a very special assignment. First, this past Sunday marked one year since I prayed a simple prayer that resulted in my book, Messianic Stories: How Christian and Jewish Believers are Coming Together. Each time I received a …

Let’s Talk Matzah

It was beautiful. Jew and Gentile. Adults and children. Worshipping. Celebrating. Eating together at the table of fellowship. That is how it was in the nascent, first-century church after Jesus ascended. And is happening again. I’m still pinching myself. I keep seeing scenes of the event in my mind. The “Dayenu” song tune keeps playing …