• Overcoming Temptation

    Gary Wilkerson

    God’s Word tells us again and again to flee temptation. Whenever many Christians read such passages, their reflex is to muster up more will to honor his commands. Yet, although their intentions are good, their aim is off. Paul tells us that overcoming temptation isn’t about what we do or don’t do. It’s about what we believe concerning the one we serve.

  • Crazy Generosity

    Gary Wilkerson

    True generosity has to come from the Spirit of Christ not from carefully measured human goals. We need to show discipline not so much in counting pennies and dollars but in obeying the Holy Spirit.

  • Jesus Christ, the Only Way Out

    David Wilkerson (1931-2011)

    In all our trials, we are to cling to the Savior.

    When Jesus said, “I am the way” (John 14:6, NKJV), he issued a powerful proclamation to his church. Tragically, we have not fully understood the power behind his words here. I believe if the church today truly grasped the simple statement that Jesus is the way, we would once and for all end our fleshly strivings to try to please the Lord and instead trust him for his promised favor.

  • Life is Short

    Gary Wilkerson

    Big Questions that Determine Our Life’s Trajectory

    Life is really, really short. James 4:14 likens it to a vapor, a whisper, its span no more than that of grass (see Psalm 103:15), something that appears for a brief time and is suddenly gone.

  • Prospering While the Nations Rage

    Gary Wilkerson

    The Promise of Psalms 1-2

    Paul told Timothy that in the last days, perilous times would come on the face of the earth. Surely this describes our time, with a global pandemic and political upheaval in so many countries. Paul added that people’s hearts would grow cold, causing them to fall away from faith. Every study shows that in the Western world, Christians are forsaking faith and the church is shrinking.

  • Aggressive Kindness

    David Wilkerson (1931-2011)

    The Holy Ministry of Reconciliation

    Most Christians I know are kind, loving, considerate, caring and helpful. I believe very few in the church think of themselves as unkind. I don’t think you can be a true Christian and be unkind.

    When we think of kind people, our image is of quiet, soft-spoken men and women who never seem to say a negative word about anyone. They are sweet and gentle, always willing to do something for another person, always carrying a kind word on their lips.