The video below explains not only how Christ can rescue you from sin and ensure your eternity with Him – but also how you can begin an active relationship with Him today. We pray it changes your life…Read More
I am a senior citizen and I don’t have much money to spend on others at Christmas. What are some ways that I can minister to those around me on a limited budget?
First, one of the best ways to minister to those around you is through prayer. James 5:16 says, The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective…Read More
How do you deal with worry in your own life?
One thing I’ve learned is to remember the very simple phrase, “Let go and let God.” When I’m tempted to worry about something, I remind myself that God is sovereign in all circumstances, and that He’s for me, not against me. Because of that powerful truth, I can give it all—our finances, our health, our security—to Him, trusting He’ll work it out for our good and His glory.Read More
How can I manage my worry when there’s so much to be anxious about?
It does often seem like there are many reasons to worry. I know seniors who worry often about what’s going to happen to them financially, whether their health is going to get worse, or if someone is going to take advantage of them. But the worries and anxieties that concern many people are typically based less in reality and more in fear.Read More
I am really frightened at the thought of death. How can I be assured that I will spend eternity with God?
I hear this question quite often because there are many seniors who are anxious about the thought of dying. I always respond by simply saying that if they have placed their faith in Christ, then there is no reason to doubt. If you have truly made that decision, confessed Jesus as your Lord, and believe […]Read More
How can I find someone to encourage me in hard times?
First of all, go to God with your concerns. Pray for someone to come alongside you who can empathize with what you’re going through. The answer you receive might be different than what you’re thinking because the most unlikely person might be a great listening ear for you. Second, find a few friends you can […]Read More
What about people who simply say “no” after I’ve shared Christ with them?
Like I always tell people, don’t try to argue with them. If you can convince them that what you’re saying is true, someone else can convince them otherwise. When someone comes to Christ, it has to be God’s Spirit working in them, not clever words…Read More
I’m afraid of starting a spiritual conversation with my longtime friend because it might offend her. What counsel would you give me?
I suggest sharing what God has done in your life recently. That way you’re simply letting her know about some clarity you’ve received or a breakthrough you’ve experienced. It might not work the first time, but…Read More
My wife and I have been married for over 30 years, and it seems like we’re in a rut. Can you give us any practical advice on how we can spice up our marriage?
Absolutely! After many years together, there comes a time when it seems you know each other so well you can finish each others sentences! And it’s easy to begin to take each other for granted…Read More
You talk about the need to listen to the voice of God when we pray, but how do we know that it is truly God who is speaking to us and not just our own thoughts we are hearing?
I truly believe that when you are able to get away from the distractions of everyday life, that’s when God speaks to you. So in these quiet moments, listen. When things come to mind, I believe it’s the Lord speaking directly to you. Of course, God will never contradict His Word, so be sure that […]Read More