The Risk of Being Lost in Love

My wife and kids will tell you that I don’t have any problems driving off the beaten path. I love wandering back roads, alleys and side streets. Sometimes I even intentionally get lost in order to experience places, people and perspectives I’ve never seen before. I’ve found parks, stores, and golf courses I never knew […]

Pastor Girton Preaches “Finish the Process” :: John 5:1-15

Video streaming by Ustream It’s an awesome thing to know that when you go into a car wash you can expect that when you come out the other end your car will be clean. It’s also important to know that when you go to the dentist that the dentist doesn’t do half the job and […]

Interruptions Part 4 :: Positioning

This is my last post on the subject of Interruptions. I certainly hope that there have been a few concepts that have been beneficial to your daily life and relationships with people who make it their business to try to distract you from your purpose. And here’s where part four shines. It’s so important to […]

Interruptions Part 3 :: Transitions

In part 3 of Interruptions I want to help us understand the upside to getting past stagnant seasons. Just like tears are water for your garden to grow, there is a relationship between pain and progress. And, if you want to transcend those situations and people who want to shut you down and cut you […]

Interruptions Part 2

In part 1 of my series on interruptions I asked the question, “How do you handle interruptions in the midst of living for a higher calling?” The bible helps us to understand how to approach seasons in our lives where people challenge our motivation and even challenge what we fell called to pursue. It’s especially […]

Interruptions

To understand God is to understand the words of Christ. We know through scriptures that everything Christ did had to be done according to the will of God spoken through the prophets of old. When men attempted to interrupt what God was doing it was Jesus who made it clear that His time had not yet come. When people tried to apprehend and interrupt Christ’s ministry and adjust history to their own pleasures it was the words of Jesus himself who realigned their expectations by saying “my time has not yet come.”