Ministry Update

Hello family, I am sorry I have not posted a post in about two weeks but things have been extremely busy with the ministry. Walking by Faith Missions Church partnered with Gates of Hope Ministries and we are falling under them as our parent ministry. We are currently in the process of planting a church together … Continue reading Ministry Update

How do you treat your Samaritans?

How we treat the lost is a direct reflection of our spiritual maturity and our character. I have experienced too many times how a “saved” person treats an “unsaved” person. They were treated as they were a second-hand citizen. At the core of sharing the gospel with someone is to do so with a heart … Continue reading How do you treat your Samaritans?

Salvation is easy, trusting is what is hard

It is written, “But to as many as did receive and welcome Him, He gave the right [the authority, the privilege] to become children of God, that is, to those who believe in (adhere to, trust in, and rely on) His name— 13 who were born, not of blood [natural conception], nor of the will … Continue reading Salvation is easy, trusting is what is hard

Every cloud has a silver lining!

For today’s message, I wanted to share some good news with everyone. This news is that every dark cloud has a silver lining. During our lives, we will encounter many different circumstances that will challenge not only our faith but our identity in Christ. It is during these difficult times that we need to grab … Continue reading Every cloud has a silver lining!

Get up and go!

Sometimes God needs us to move in faith, which allows Him to respond to us with His blessings. You see, sometimes the circumstances we allow ourselves to stay in affects our perception on how things should be. When you stay surrounded by negativity or sinful people, those surroundings become your normal and you basically tie … Continue reading Get up and go!

Healing through acknowledgment

For today’s message, I want to focus on helping everyone understand that no one can be healed unless they can recognize Jesus for who He really is, and for who we really are without Him. It is on this humbling understanding that we can understand the fullness of the cross and the depth of Jesus’ … Continue reading Healing through acknowledgment

Do not be dishearten!

Have you ever tried to share your faith with someone and came up with negative results? Did you start to question yourself and your calling? Did you feel that nothing you could say or do would change the heart of that person or group of people? Please do not get disheartened! Sometimes it is not … Continue reading Do not be dishearten!

Walk like Enoch

The fifth chapter of the Book of Genesis identifies the descendants of Adam. Notice as the genealogy is written, each descendant of Adam “lived” and then "died." However, the Holy Spirit illuminates the seventh from Adam (Enoch). What makes him different from the rest of the descendants of Adam is the focus of this message. … Continue reading Walk like Enoch

Can you finish what Christ started?

It is written, “Whoever does not carry his own cross [expressing a willingness to endure whatever may come] and follow after Me [believing in Me, conforming to My example in living and, if need be, suffering or perhaps dying because of faith in Me] cannot be My disciple. 28 For which one of you, when … Continue reading Can you finish what Christ started?

Do not be a Pharisee…

In Luke 11:23, Jesus teaches us that the people who are not with Him are against Him. This is a very humbling proclamation to understand in our daily Christian walk. Often times, we all have a habit of not fully practicing what we preach. It is within our sin nature, however, this is not a … Continue reading Do not be a Pharisee…