// David Shearin
JESUS SAID that in the world you would face pressure. This is because Satan is the god of this world, and he is always out to pressure, test, and tempt you. It might be health pressure, financial pressure, ministry pressure, or family pressure. What you do when the pressure is on makes all the difference in your outcome.
// Kenneth W. Hagin
LET'S FACE IT. No one is perfect. When you make a mistake, the enemy often tries to tell you that it's over! He wants you to throw in the towel. We all mess up. But it's not the end. God said that if you ask for forgiveness, it's yours, and you can go on. Our Heavenly Father is the God of second chances—and third, and fourth, and fifth, and sixth chances!
Have you heard the story of "Wrong Way" Roy Riegels? On New Year's Day in 1929, Georgia Tech was playing the University of California in the Rose
Kenneth W. Hagin opened A Call to Arms Men's Conference with a strong exhortation for men to see themselves as champions. It was a powerful time of bonding, brotherhood, and breakthrough. For three days in November, men listened to messages on their identity in Christ, the power of praise and humility, and enduring to the end. The weak left strong, the sick left healed, and men were transformed from the inside out. They were equipped and empowered to be everything God called them to be in today's world. Mark your calendars for A Call to Arms 2018, November 1–3.
IN 1990, Kenneth Moore received the heartbreaking news that his father had died. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) had cut short his dad's life.
As Kenneth and his wife, Brenda, were leaving the church after the home going service, a thought passed through his mind, "You're going to go the same way."
Kenneth sloughed off the thought. After all, he graduated from Rhema Bible Training College in 1989 and was full of faith. In 2004, he even began
// Lynette Hagin
DOES IT SEEM that your life is filled with crises? You handle one crisis, and just when you think you can catch your breath, another one crops up. I can totally identify! It seems that if I am not handling personal or ministry situations, I am supporting others that are fighting crises of their own.
What is the proper response to a crisis? As I was pondering this thought, several scriptures came to mind. Psalm 120:1 (NIV) says, "I call on the Lord in my distress, and he answers me." David was always experiencing crises in his life. As a shepherd, when he was protecting his sheep, he relied on God to