Church on Wheels Delivering Christmas Blessings

When the Curbside Community Center van rolls into town, communities across the High Desert are served. Whether food, water, shoes, or clothing—Pastor Abel Razo, his wife of 42 years,...

Curbside Community Center Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

Curbside Community Center has faithfully served residents across the High Desert since 2012. Whether food, water, shoes, or clothing—Pastor Abel Razo and more than 60 Curbside volunteers are fulfilling...

A Candid Interview with Steve Austin, Author of ‘From Pastor to Psych Ward’

California has mourned the deaths by suicide of two beloved pastors in under six months. Although tragic and sad, the deaths of Pastors Jim Howard and Andrew Stoecklein leave...

A Blueprint for Prayer: Three Personal Petitions

Martin Lloyd-Jones said, “Man is at his greatest and highest when upon his knees he comes face to face with God.” Jesus knew the importance of coming face to...

Blessed to be a Blessing

W. Clement Stone said, “If you are really thankful, what do you do? You share.” Generous people with caring hearts discover ways to bless others.

Megachurch Pastor Warns about Demonic Roots of Yoga

By Mary Mack A Christian pastor in Ozark, Missouri, has come under fire in mainstream and social media for expressing several truths about yoga. Non-Christians are expressing outrage that Pastor...

Reflecting on Privileges, Burdens of Ministry

Pastors love walking with their people through life’s celebrations and tribulations, but in ministry, pastors often carry burdens of their own.

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...

God Our Father

By Patrick O'Rourke The apostle John wrote in 1 John 3:1 “See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And...

Open the Eyes of my Heart, Lord

In Ephesians 1, Paul didn’t pray for material blessings, but for spiritual perception. In verse 19, he prayed “the eyes of your understanding being enlightened.” The word understanding means heart.