In this series, I am going to discuss my journey of redefining and reembracing biblical sisterhood and applying it to the 21st century. But first, allow me to tell you my story.
But the greatest part of my story, it is to be continued.
Worship is not based on a public service but a private encounter with God
One of the most popular songs that are sung in various Christian churches worldwide, whether Southern Baptist, AME, Evangelical, Methodist, SDA, or nondenominational; traditional or non-traditional; baby boomers and millennials, is "Here I am to Worship." We sing this for small group meetings, vespers, youth church, the list goes on. There is something about that… Continue reading Journey back to the heart of worship- “Here I am to Worship”
Growing up, I used to think that worship was a time when you sing hand-clapping songs and pray. Then, it evolved to having to attend a 15-20 minute assembly to sit and listen to somebody to tell me how to be like Jesus because He first loves me. A few years later, it became a… Continue reading The Journey back to the Heart of Worship
....But the root of her complexity is from someone who knows her better than any man could know about her...That individual's name is Yahweh.
So many people lose faith completely because they try to compare the little size faith they have to their big mountain of a problem.