A4P Guest: I’m married and have a one-year old son. I used to consider myself blessed to have the most peaceful marriage ever until my husband’s mother came from Ethiopia a year ago to help us with our first child.
A4P Guest: My mother-in-law is a Christian, she loves God, prays a lot and all. But she pretty much wants to be the woman of the house. She criticizes my cooking, the way I handle my son and more. Her intention might be good but her action irritates me so much that I sometimes lock myself up in my bedroom for the whole day. I feel like leaving or ask her to leave the house.
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“For years, years and years I was addicted to pornography”
“It was my secret that nobody knew and that allowed to grow and it got bad”
“My wife literally said, “I don’t know you anymore. I’m outta here.” And that changed me”
“I literally had to go to rehab for it”
“I did not get help so I could get my wife back. . . I got help because I needed it . . . my wife decided to stay with me because she knew I was repentant; she knew I was going to get help; she knew I was sorry. Let me tell you, IT IS NOT ENOUGH TO JUST ASK FORGIVENESS. It is always necessary to make amends; fix the problem, do whatever you can to fix the problem.” – and Terry said more.
Continue reading Terry Crews Says:
I used to take three of our kids to school in the morning since three of them were in the same school. Now two of them are in high school and my little one is the only one I take to school in the morning.
You have no idea how much I enjoy my morning ride with my son. On our way to school, my little one and I have our morning tradition where we listen to the Family Life Radio program. Before we turn on the radio, we always start our commute with a prayer. We pray turn by turn. If I pray today, he prays tomorrow. I enjoy listening to my kids’ prayer because it somehow tells me the depth of their spiritual understanding.
Yesterday morning was his turn to pray. He prayed and at the end of his prayer, he paused for a good 5 seconds or so and he closed his prayer in the name of Jesus.
Continue reading A Crime Called “Being a Christian”
I see that some people didn’t feel comfortable with the message of “We Accidentally Had Sex” post yesterday.
The only thing I can do is to refer you back to my earliest posts which may help you see what I tried to portray on yesterday’s post. So, here are some articles to read:
I hope and pray these articles help you see yesterday’s post message clearly. ///
A4P Guest: My boyfriend and I grew up in church and we both had decided never to have sex before marriage; but yesterday we accidentally had sex. What should we do now?
A4P: What does “accidentally” mean?
A4P Guest: You know accident that happens before you know it.
A4P: Well, I ask this question because sex is not a rock you stumble over when you walk on a street. Sex requires many things to be set in place for it to happen; for example, you have to find a place where you guys can be all alone. But let me ask you. So, why did you guys decide to keep sex for marriage in the first place?
A4P Guest: Because Jesus said so.
A4P: Did Jesus say “Save sex for marriage?” Where?
Continue reading “We Accidentally Had Sex”
Some of us don’t have a good track record. We have no story of the past that we are proud to tell to others, but the good news is “We were” sort of stories won’t have any bearing in our “we are” stories, if and when we are washed, sanctified, and justified by the name of Jesus Christ.
Listen to the Word of God: Continue reading Some of YOU WERE
If you are in Christ, you are free from the power of sin?
Listen to this:
“Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death.” (Romans 8:1-2)
We are free from the bondage of sin. Sin can’t master us anymore because of the power of God that works in us. We escaped the power of sin as a bird escapes the fowler’s snare.
“We have escaped like a bird
from the fowler’s snare;
the snare has been broken,
and we have escaped.” (Psalm 124:7)
What can we say to this revealed truth of God expect to say, Glory to God in the highest, forever and ever, Amen! ///
My Berhan (my husband) and I watched the movie “Risen” yesterday night with five kids and we loved it.
Well, truth to be told, I personally left the movie theatre hungry and thirsty for the name “Jesus.” Why? The movie director chose the name “Yahushua”, not Jesus. (Yahushua in Hebrew, means Messiah.)
Continue reading A Movie Called “RISEN”