A Devotional Study of Psalm 119 – Nancy Abramson
This is an update of one of Nancy’s devotional studies that will bless you. http://www.mentoringministry.com/resources-and-materials/nancy-abramsons-teaching-resources/a-devotional-study-of-psalm-91/
New for October 2019 – The Peace of God – Psalm 23
This is a new lesson from Pastor Nancy from Psalm 23, about the peace of God.
“Who – More Important than “How”
I heard Pastor Jamie Peters say something that really caught my attention. It was, ““Who” is more important than “how.”” He was referring to the Gospels’ descriptions of the different ways Jesus healed three blind men.
Listening with “the Ears of Your Heart”
One Sunday morning I had about five minutes before it was time to leave home and go to church. So I turned on one of the religious channels on TV. There was a man preaching whom I had never heard before. He was a Catholic priest, whose name is Father Cedric. It was obvious he…
The “If” Factor
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute, I want to ask you, “What if?” You are probably thinking, “What if what?
Trading Fog for F.O.G.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute I want to clear up something. There are times when you may feel your life is like a ship in the fog. You are in motion but cannot see where you are going, or what is in your path. It can be unsettling. There seems to…
“I Am” Had All Power. “I Am Not” Had No Power
When they came to arrest Jesus, He asked them whom they were seeking, knowing it was Him. Their reply was “Jesus of Nazareth.” Jesus said, “I am He.” The power of those words “I am” was so strong that His enemies “drew back and fell to the ground.” This indicates
If You Don’t Have What You Want, Do Things God’s Way.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a Mentoring Minute, I’d like to talk about the superior way to make sound judgments that have good outcomes. We are reasonably smart people who generally make sound judgments. However, often we tend to rely exclusively on our assumptions and experience to determine the choices we make. This seems…
Consumed with Thanksgiving
For just a Mentoring Minute, I want to talk about having a voice of thanksgiving. There will be times when we have to step out in faith with the powerful weapon of thanksgiving spilling off our lips. For me, such a time came in 1994, when I was preaching on the street in an undesirable…
Everyone Needs a “Worries Box.”
I was talking with a young man who I have mentored as he prepares to become a pastor. The subject came up of anxiety or worry over the decisions and choices he will have to make along the way to his successes. I told him that through the years I have developed my own “Worries…
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