#podcast This is a podcast that every young man should listen to. I enjoyed the conversation with my grandson after he listened to this podcast. His insight meant a lot. You have to click on the title and listen. Share with someone too.
Click to listen to audio Dear God, Thank you. I simply want to say “thank you” for every blessing. When I think things over, the tears come down my cheeks. To think that You have been so faithful even when I was unfaithful, makes me grateful for Your mercy. In times like these, You continue... Continue Reading →
Morning Prayer Time This episode is to support your prayer time as a #Servant Leader. It is good to say, "I will praise You, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will tell You of Your marvelous works. I will be glad and rejoice in the day for You know my cause; You know my... Continue Reading →
Audio - Click to listen James is 40 years old; a family man; a man who believes in God. For the last twenty years, he returns to his hometown to spend time with his dear mother. During that time, he makes it a priority to be the handy man around her home; this gives him... Continue Reading →
Click to listen to this podcast. “The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord, And He (the Lord) delights in his way. Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down; For the Lord upholds him with His hand,” Psalm 37:23. “Do not fret because of evildoers, nor be envious of... Continue Reading →
Click to hear audio. Samuel warned them that under a king they would suffer, but they would not heed to his warnings. “Give us a king to judge us,” they implored (1 Samuel 8:6). In verses, 10-18, Samuel explained what it would like under the king: He will take your sons and daughters; your sons... Continue Reading →
Click to listen to this podcast. The story's conclusion of the two fictional characters, Daisy and Anna, who as servant leaders must resolve a situational problem. “Because you would not wait for my decision, my chosen one, I heeded to your voice.” – This is the theme of I Samuel chapter 7 and the premise... Continue Reading →