Two years ago, my husband and I started Kingdom Overflow Ministries with one dream in mind, and we are closer than ever to seeing that dream become a reality! To celebrate, we are launching an exciting campaign! For the month of February, everyone who signs up for a monthly (recurring) gift of at least $35 will receive an exclusive Kingdom Overflow Ministries hoodie!
Continue reading “Until Every Prodigal Comes Home” →
Once your transaction is complete, one of our team members will reach out to you directly to thank you for your gift and confirm your hoodie size and mailing address.
How do you dress for a spiritual battle? By putting on the armor of God. Let’s look at the clothes Paul laid out for us in Ephesians 6:
1: Belt of Truth
Our ability to use any of our other pieces of armor depends on our belt. That’s where we attach our shield and hang our sword. It’s what keeps our breastplates from flapping in the wind. Our armor literally comes apart, piece by piece, if we don’t have the belt around our waist, which means it’s essential. When we are firmly established in the truth of the Gospel, we can be assured that all the other pieces of our equipment are going to stay in place, allowing us to fight confidently in battle. If we are armed with truth, then we can withstand the father of lies.
Continue reading “Putting On the Armor of God” →
“Ministry without prayer is the highest form of arrogance.”
I have this quote framed and sitting on my desk. I’ve decided I also need it written on my hand, taped to my computer, and stamped on my forehead.
Because in a world where every best-selling book is telling me to be self-confident, self-reliant, and self-sufficient, it’s easy to forget that the Bible preaches a different message. Continue reading “Overshadowed” →
“I just don’t think it’s fair.”
I was complaining to my husband, and the frustration of the day poured out of me as I recounted the story. I had played by the rules, poured my heart and soul into a project, and worked my tail off to get it done.
And then I had sat back and watched as someone else received the praise for all of my hard work. Continue reading “The Gospel Is Not Fair” →
All it takes is one glance at any of the news sites to know that our system doesn’t work and our policies need to change in regard to immigration.
My heart aches at the images of children being separated from their parents. I look at them and see my own little girl, who still clings to me when I drop her off at daycare. I can only imagine the fear and panic she would experience if she was forcibly taken away from us.
My heart breaks, but the rest of me is furious. Continue reading “Immigration: What Does the Bible Say?” →