Love Sweet Love

by John Martin In the mid 1960’s Burt Bacharach composed the music to songwriter Hal David’s lyrics: “What the world needs now is love, sweet love. It's the only thing that there's just too little of. What the world needs now is love, sweet love. No not just for some, but for

Hallowed

by Dwayne Moore   The following article is a sneak peak from a new book Dwayne is writing on the Lord's Prayer. Enjoy!   "Hallowed be your name" holds huge significance within the Lord's Prayer. To help us grasp it better and

Final Words for The Decade

by Dwayne Moore This devotional is taken from Dwayne's Online Quiet Time Journal. GO HERE to subscribe. Text: 2 Peter 3:11-18 Theme: Peter’s final words summed up the focus of both his letters and on what we need to focus in 2020. Key verses: “Since everything around us is going to be destroyed like this, what holy and

Thankful in Every Circumstance

by Dwayne Moore Hebrews 13:15 encourages us to “continually offer the sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to his name” (NKJV). Praise is primarily acknowledging God for who he is. Thanksgiving, on the other hand, is giving thanks to God for what he has done for us.

Trusting God in Our Crisis

by Dwayne Moore We've seen tremendous results from our recent Africa and US events, training nearly 800 leaders from 11 nations and seeing 20 profess Christ as Savior. While we're grateful for the fruit, overall it's been a challenging and disheartening time the past couple of months for NLW International. Our hope is to continue

Forgiveness

By Suzanne Provagna Forgiveness is on my mind these last couple of weeks.  I can’t begin to understand the depth of God’s love for us and the pain that He went through to watch His only Son take on our sins so that we could live a beautiful life in eternity with our Father in

A Song of Sorrow

By John Martin There are times when life is just plain hard. There are moments when the words of Job seem far too real; “We’re all adrift in the same boat: too few days, too many troubles.” (Job 14:1 – The Message) I find myself in one of those seasons of life when I too