Monday, October 12, 2015
Just published the third edition of my book, Blessed, Broken and Given: The Making of a servant of God! Included in the edition is more information about the "Grace" of God that enables believers to live the Christian life.
Free copies of the book are available to the first 10 people who contact me via my Facebook page or by email at CoachRoxie@gmail.com.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
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Friday, January 27, 2012
Obedience to the Lord’s call, though challenging at times, can be very rewarding. A servant of God experiences the grace (enabling power), unmerited favor and blessing of the Lord, to fulfill their assignment. In addition to the blessings that servants receive on this earth while laboring to finish a kingdom mandate, a servant can be certain that (s)he will receive eternal blessings for their labor of love. Of course, any servant of God longs to hear our Lord say, “Well done!” Nothing on earth could be more rewarding than to hear those words.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
The Apostle Paul, anticipating his demise, summoned the elders from the church of Ephesus. He declared their responsibilities as leaders in the church. The Lord’s servants were, and are, to feed their members the word of God. Only God’s word is able to keep believers from being deceived by false doctrines that would lead them from the truth and make them vulnerable to Satan’s lies. Paul’s instruction to these servants is similar to the commission that our Lord gave Peter prior to His ascension, as recorded in John 21:15-19.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The primary objective of servanthood is to edify, encourage and/or or equip the members of the body of Christ. This is done as we disciple (teach) those who are new, or struggling, to live a life of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Through his divinely inspired letters (epistles), the Apostle Paul did more to teach and to encourage the members of the early church, as well as the church in this present age, than any of the other apostles. His ministry profoundly influenced the early church, just as it influences today’s believers.