What Is the Difference between Believing and Hope?

What Is the Difference between Believing and Hope?

     “Believing” and “hope” are terms that are often blurred and used interchangeably in our cultures, but it is important to keep the distinctions between them clear. We can believe for things presently available; we can hope for things available in the future. For example, there are some things that are not available today; and if… Continue Reading

The Attitude of Victory

The Attitude of Victory

     Nearly every morning I catch a glimpse of what I consider to be a stunning piece of art. It is located in one of the conference rooms in the building where I have worked for the past seven years. Almost every morning I attend a meeting there, and without fail, this piece of art grabs… Continue Reading

Focused Believing Action

Focused Believing Action

     When I was growing up in the fifties, the church near our home was the center of our family’s life. Mother kept the financial records at the church and volunteered in other capacities, and we kids tagged along. We developed a respect for God, though it was based on very little Biblical understanding. But, there… Continue Reading

God Is Able and Willing

God Is Able and Willing

     Recently while standing in line at my local bank, I considered how banks are one of the more reputable establishments in the world today. The bank tellers have a supply of money on hand to be able to cash our checks. We are always confident that the bank is willing to give us our money… Continue Reading

Quiet Seas: How to Manifest God’s Peace

Quiet Seas: How to Manifest God’s Peace

     “The greatest cargoes of life come in over quiet seas.” This tremendous statement has long been a source of calming strength for me, especially during turbulent and troubling times in my life. In The New, Dynamic Church, Dr. Victor Paul Wierwille wrote, “The fullest cargoes of life come in on quiet seas. When the oceans… Continue Reading

Mary Believed!

Mary Believed!

     When I first became a part of The Way International, I learned about The Way Corps training, a program designed to develop leaders in our ministry. I knew right away that being a Way Corps minister was something I wanted to do with my life. However, I needed to become rooted and grounded in the… Continue Reading

Mixing the Word with Believing

Mixing the Word with Believing

     What’s taking these brownies so long to bake? I wondered. It was the fifth time I’d opened the oven door and peered inside—but after forty-five minutes, my lovingly greased pan of butterscotch brownies was still bubbling in a state of molten goo. Stumped, I began retracing my steps. I checked the recipe again and discovered… Continue Reading

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