"The Ministry of Prayer" (Philippians 4:6-7; John 14:27) -- The "way" we pray will always be explained by what we understand the action of prayer to be.
"Blessed to Be a Blessing" (Matthew 4:18-22) -- To accept the invitation of Jesus means that we are now a part of God's plan and a participant in God's story of salvation.
"The Ministry of Prayer" (Colossians 3:1-3) -- We have been "raised" with Christ! Therefore, the ministry of prayer is our friend that invites us to live and participate in God's life and love.
"Love in Action" (Romans 12:17-21) -- These holy words invite us into the world of God's "mercy." They urge us to do what is "right" as we pursue God's desire for us to "live at peace" with everyone.
The Ministry of Prayer (Philippians 4:6-7) -- Conversing with God in prayer is all about offering up petitions and requests to God who has promised to be present, attentive, and responsive to us regarding all the needs, issues, concerns, and circumstances of our lives.
"Love in Action" (Romans 12:14-16) -- Living in "harmony" is not always easy to do, but it is the way of sincere love--the way of Jesus Christ.
"The Ministry of Prayer" (1 Timothy 2:1-6) -- As believers, one of the most vital things we do is pray. In fact, the beginning point for anything that you or I would ever propose to do for God should find its origin in prayerful conversation with God.
"Love in Action" (Romans 12:9-13) -- If we will incarnate these holy words and put them into practice, then we can be, and will be, a living witness of Jesus Christ for others.
"GIFTS & GRATITUDE” (Romans 12:3-8) – What do you do with gifts? And specifically, what should we do with the “gifts” that God gives us? Well, we receive them…and then we share our gratitude for them with others so that they can be blessed by the “gifts” of love and kindness we can offer to them.
"The Melody & Harmony of God's Grace" (Romans 12:3-8) -- With gratitude in our hearts, we thank God for the "gifts" of faith that he has distributed to us.
"The Goal of Christian Spirituality" (Ephesians 4:4:29—5:5, 8-10) – It’s good to have some “goals.” And when it comes to the lived experience of our Christian spirituality, it’s good to know what our real goal is as we seek to live and participate in the life and activity of God.