Using the power of your “I AM”

At Hungry 4 God Church on Sunday, I slightly touched on the power of knowing your I Am. I shared with my congregation that your identity and self image determines everything you will become in this life. God's Word is proven to be powerful only when it changes your self-image. One of the most important [...]

One of the most powerful secrets I’ve learned about money is…

Read until the end. I'm going to show you something that is so simple yet powerful, it will take you out of any financial crisis you're in forever. More money will not solve your money problems. Your problem is not the money. Money is deceitful. Sure it may make things a bit easier and more [...]

How to Get Over Any Offense

That’s not fair. That person offended me. I have a right to be mad. Im angry and I’m not speaking to them. Have you ever said one of these phrases? I’m sure you have or may have heard this. It’s the unhealthy language of offense rising up. Along with that comes all sorts of evil [...]

How to Commit

In a day where many have been abused by leaders in and out of the church, many have become afraid of commitment. To some people, the word commit registers in their brain as a “four letter word.” Something to stay away from. We are learning at Hungry 4 God Church that love creates the very [...]

The Mystery of Relationships

Relationships are powerful. It’s not just what people can give you that can make you better, but the people themselves that makes you better. Just having one wise person alongside you in life can triple your level of productivity rather quickly! Everything in Heaven works through relationships. The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit [...]

Relationships: The place of perfection

I’m an advocate of the local church. Not because I’m a leader of one, but because I know the extreme value of the Church! There’s a stability, peace and focus I live with because of it. The early church apostle Paul knew what he was talking about when he said “forsake not the assembly of [...]

Family or Friends?

I asked my church recently during our "No Perfect People Allowed" teaching series, who do you trust more...family or friends? This simple question created some inner tension. The sad reality was that many of us really trust our friends over family. One of our members said to our family "I don't trust family or friends, [...]