This Thursday we celebrate Maundy Thursday, or Holy Thursday; the day we remember that God gave humanity a new commandment: love one-another.
A reminder that Easter does not begin with celebration, but at a grave. Easter begins in hopelessness, but the miracle of Easter is that God did not leave us in that hopelessness.
God sees and feels for our suffering.
Dr. Phil Christopher talks about the significance of Holy Week in light of the story of salvation.
Sometimes when we think we are in a dire situation, God has placed resources all around us.
Dr. Phil Christopher talks about our accomplishments and life and whether they are done solely to earn titles, or to give a testimony.
Dr. Phil Christopher talks about having a freedom mindset, one that doesn't look to the bondage of the past, but trusts God to set us free and take care of us in any situation.
A reminder that like the Israelites who found themselves trapped between the mountains, a dessert, the Egyptian army, and the Red Sea, God will fight for you if you just stand firm.
Dr. Phil Christoper talks about the power words have over our lives and the lives of others, carrying with them either the power to destroy, or the power to build up.
Dr. Phil Christopher talks about how one's identity is not found in what the world says about you, your situation, or what you have done. Your identity is found in your status as a child of God.
Dr. Phil Christopher speaks to us about worrying.
On April Fool's Day, people celebrate the foolish, but rather than perpetrating a prank, why don't we rather celebrate what some call foolish, but the Bible calls saving grace: the death and resurrection of Jesus.
Dr. Phil Christopher talks about taking a little time out of your day to write five notes that will make a change in your heart and the way you think about life.
Dr. Phil Christopher tells the story behind an old hymn that reminds us that God often surprises us, especially in those times when it feels like we have come to the end of our rope.
Dr. Phil Christopher encourages us to not let negativity in.
Dr. Phil Christopher speaks about your past.
Dr. Phil Christopher discusses how fast time passes.
Dr. Phil Christopher speaks about March Madness/stress.
Are there things in your past that you are still paying for?
You should be more concerned with your character than your reputation.
Don't let disappointments hurt or defeat you.
We can change.
The next time you feel the wind hit your face think of it as God's breath reviving you.
Sometimes we are connected to God but we remain unchanged.
God wants to help us heal.
Sometimes the smallest beginnings can have the most gigantic outcomes.
If God became our teacher, imagine what we could learn.
God will always be at the top of "Heartbreak Hill" to wipe away all the tears you have cried.
It's tempting to take the easy road in life, but that can be the wrong road so let's all try to do the right thing with our lives.
God is always at work in our lives.
God wants you to step into the present with him.
We all need to have our own mission statement.
God has an agenda for us.
You are in the Bethal.
We can get through worry.
The evil one tries to fill you with doubt.
God wants you to have joy in your life.
Jesus has risen.
We need to recognize God's presence as he walks along beside us.
Truly finding joy means going beyond our personal happiness to achieve it.
Easter's not just one day, it can be a thing of joy and you can make it repetitious.
In order to find the meaning of Easter, go meet Jesus in Galilee.
Dr. Phil talks about the meaning of Good Friday.
Jesus commanded: Love one another as I have loved you.
This is holy week, the last week that Jesus was living.
Put you faith in God and you will see all the blessings He is giving you.
Try to bring joy in your mission place, in your place of ministry.
The final lesson Dr. Phil teaches us is the ministry of baring with each other.
One of the best things we can practices is the "Ministry of Being Interrupted."