Today on Battle Ready Homestead we are going to go over why Christians should be involved in foster care. How to get involved in foster care, and adoption. Also we will be talking about where […]
The world and the ruler of this world want you to believe this lie. Convenience — the worldly pursuit of ease — has become the Enemy’s battle cry (or, better yet, whisper) in the war […]
You probably know someone who once lived passionately for Christ but has now abandoned him altogether. Your heart sinks and twists even to hear his or her name. Perhaps even more painful than loved ones […]
Do you want to live and speak more boldly for Jesus Christ? I do. How badly do we want it? Do we want it enough to ask, seek, and knock until God answers us and to take […]
Remind them of these things, and charge them before God not to quarrel about words, which does no good, but only ruins the hearers. Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a […]
The allure of Christmas has a strange power over us, even the unbelieving and seemingly secularized. The season has a kind a draw, a type of “spirit” or “magic,” that makes the winter solstice festival […]
Since the fall of man, people have had trouble staying focused, but we live today in an age of unprecedented distraction. Since you’re already reading this on some electronic device, I don’t need to elaborate. […]
I hope in the Lord Jesus to send Timothy to you soon, so that I too may be cheered by news of you. For I have no one like him, who will be genuinely concerned […]
God has told us amazing things about our future, because he wants us to be amazed. He has told us hopeful things, because he wants us to feel hope — really feelhope. Hope without a […]
You wonder why it’s so hard to find some peace of mind? Well, peace is hard to come by when you live in a warzone.
Two thousand years ago, “the Lord of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel” (1 Samuel 17:45) sent his Son to earth on a new kind of mission among his enemies
Fear for tomorrow kills our faith for today. So, having faith for today often means killing fear for tomorrow.
If we are always concerned with what people think about us, we will always be reluctant to tell them about Jesus.
We are living in the last days, the rulership of man will soon come to an end and the day of the Lord will soon commence.
Over the years, many people have told me they fear praying “whatever it takes” because God just might actually answer.
Something is amiss when Christians pray the way unbelievers pray. Of course, unbelievers do pray. They pray by the millions.
I’m seeing a trending struggle or confusion about all the “legalities” of many many denominations of churches.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. — Officials in a Colorado city are reviewing the advertising policies of a local transit company after it prohibited an area pastor from using the name of Jesus in bus bench advertisements.
There are many today in and outside the Church with this same convoluted mentality, they disregard the whole salvation plan of God and what it entails.
Can you imagine, your own best friend snitching on you for a few bucks to the police for crimes you never commited?