Less Is So Much More

Christians need to stop saying they are not in a religion but in a relationship, as if they are mutually exclusive. That claim has been used as a means to cover carnality. Born again Christians are required to follow the same commandments that the people they refer to as religious are trying to follow, but... Continue Reading →

Your Life Tracks Along Your Identity

Identity is the key to maintaining the narrow path of the spirit unto life. Merriam-Webster defines identity as the distinguishing character or personality of an individual; the condition of being the same with something described or asserted. For those who profess to be born again, that distinguishing character and something asserted that we are the... Continue Reading →

Better Comes from Owning Not Blaming

Sankofa is the process of understanding where you are by a truthful evaluation of the circumstances that got you to your “here”. That means owning the present outcomes since they are largely based on the values and beliefs you exercised in your decision making. We don’t always get to choose the particular options before us... Continue Reading →

Get On The Road to Greater Victory

The ways of GOD are not the ways of this world, so many of His principles come across as counter intuitive. Like lowering ourselves to the occasion instead of raising ourselves. The scripture says if we humble ourselves before GOD then He will lift us up. When we humble ourselves in acknowledgement that is not... Continue Reading →

Saving the Soul: A child will lead them

Since this article is about saving the “soul”, let me start with a definition of the soul. I think Noah Webster offered a great definition that is in harmony with biblical text. The spiritual, rational and immortal substance in man, which distinguishes him from brutes; that part of man which enables him to think and... Continue Reading →

The Only Way to A Better You Is A New You

I have seen at times within myself and in others, inconsistency. That doesn’t sound too bad or alarming because most of us struggle with inconsistency in some areas. However, inconsistency is the sign of a degenerative condition that has mortal consequences, and if you do not learn to hate that characteristic it will rob you... Continue Reading →

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