God’s Grace

I Am With You Always

We are the believers who live between His ascension and the rapture. In the purely physical sense……we can’t see Him, we can’t touch Him, and we can’t hear His voice calling to us from the shores of the Galilee like the disciples did. We can’t hold His nail pierced hand as Thomas did. For now, we have to walk by faith and not by sight. We know there is a blessing for all of us who haven’t seen Him…..yet believe.

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Suicide and the Savior


The reality is that suicide, depression, and mental illness are subjects the church should address. If we truly have a heart for the least of these, then we must be sensitive to every opportunity around us to share the hope and peace that can be found in Jesus.

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