Pastors and Politics: Preaching from a Kingdom Mindset

By Wanda Alger, IFA Field Correspondent Many pastors are reluctant to talk about politics in their churches because of the potential backlash from members. The fear of losing congregants or...

Does God Have our Ultimate Loyalty

Loyalty is the quality of standing firm in one’s devotion or allegiance to someone or something. Loyalty comes from the heart, not from a feeling of obligation or from a legal contract.

Hello,Tomorrow

Hello, Tomorrow By Zachary Elliott I had the joy of seeing my brother Andy on the last day of 2017 and the first day of 2018. We have many things in...

Surrender Completely

God would have us to do as those little birds! Surrender completely to His power and love. He would have us to seek our safety in HIM.

America Needs Revival, but it must start with me

Recently, the 2018 Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival kicked off, and with it comes an influx of more than 40,000 people to our tiny little town in South Florida.

F-I-G-H-T the Spiritual Battle (Part 1 “F”)

There’s no getting around it. We are in a spiritual war. We aren’t in a war with people, although that happens. The battle is with our scheming, vile, enemy—the devil.

Welcome to The Father’s House: Bringing Love, Hope, and Revival Back To San Francisco

My family had the opportunity to attend the kickoff service at The Fathers House SF in San Francisco, CA in late September. Our daughter was part of the serving...

A Lesson on Suffering from a Hospice Chaplain

  The thing about being a hospice chaplain is that you deal with people who are at the end of their lives. There are no future dreams and hopes left...

What a Life – A Tribute to Billy Graham, General of the Faith

May a new generation rise up to the same boldness and integrity that Dr. Graham had and may the message he preached for more than sixty years, the message of salvation found only in Jesus Christ, continue to impact lives for eternity.

Litter Problem Reminds Us To Keep Our Life Clean

It was a great job. It paid a whopping $2 per hour--minimum wage. We reported to the county prison camp every morning, sharpened our nails, filled up the ice chest, and jumped on the red prison bus with bars on the windows. People stared at us as we rode around town, wondering what we did to deserve this.