• June 17, 2014

    Prayer has taken on a life of its own here at Faith4life – Mississippi. After occupying the position of Senior Pastor, I quickly realized this assignment was “Bigger than Me.” To be honest, I struggled with being the first Woman Senior Pastor. I did not believe I had a tool belt or Anointing to Pastor.  I had been given a direct order to take this mountain by order of the Holy Ghost through my spiritual father “The Bishop.” Was it easy? “NO!”  I had to take one step at a time and put all of my trust in God.

  • June 10, 2014

    The subject of grace vs. judgment is one of critical importance to Christians and one that has caused much confusion in the church. You can find churches on both extremes of the spectrum. Some preach the doctrine of God’s judgment to the extreme—focusing on fire from heaven, brimstone, and damnation. Others say that it doesn’t matter how you live if you are saved because the grace of God covers you no matter what you do: commit adultery, lie, steal, kill, and more.

  • June 3, 2014

    There is a spirit of offense that is growing more and more prevalent in the world. It results in marriages ending due to “irreconcilable differences,” friendships breaking down and relationships being destroyed. It leads to church splits, petty lawsuits, domestic violence and even murder.

  • May 27, 2014

    Every now and then the Lord will speak to me about things that are to come and ask me to share that with the ministries for which I am responsible, even though I don’t stand in the office of a prophet. Last year was one of great grace for our country as God attempted to turn people back to Him. The years 2014 and 2015 are going to be years of judgment. Israel will become embroiled in a military conflict of major proportions, and there will be attacks in and on America.

  • February 4, 2014

    Let's look at some characteristics of the life of God and discover how God's life can be made manifest to you and the benefits of living in that life.

  • January 7, 2014

    As Christian leaders, there is nothing more important we can do than to impress upon people the imperative of hearing, seeing, and acting upon God's Words.

    The Parable of the Sower begins with the phrase, The sower soweth the word (Mark 4:14). Everything God does, He does through the Word. God scatters seed daily because people need it on a daily basis. God scatters seed—or ramos, the spoken word—in several ways:

  • October 8, 2013

    In my role as a music director, it would be wonderful to say that my job consisted of teaching vocal parts and ensuring that our ensembles sound good. How idyllic my work would be if my days were spent picking songs and tuning instruments. It is often assumed that music departments deal only with the "sounds" of service—the soundtrack for our worship experiences. But before there can be a melodious soundtrack, there must be a careful orchestration of all the musical components. Those components are not just voices and instruments—they are also people.