False anchors – they kill!

A few days ago I went biking.  I felt a prompting to stop under a network of electrical overhead wires. The Lord reminded me of a very traumatic incident when I got electrocuted and died! At first I didn’t want to be reminded of the event, but as I have learned on my journey with Jesus, He sometimes would take me back to places to either teach me something or do a healing work in my heart.  Here is the full story of the event, as I described in my book, When Gay Comes Home. I was only eleven when … Continue reading False anchors – they kill!

Tossing technology to touch people.

I am more determined than ever to toss technology…at least most of it. This is a pretty strong statement you may say. Not only has the Lord been speaking to me about distractions in my life – those things that come in-between me and God,  I  also see  how destructive it is in relationships. With all the communication devices or Apps  we have nowadays, the poorer the communication. Relationships sucks. Our relationship with God is not where it supposed to be, and in many cases it is fading.  People are so lonely even though some of us have 700 or … Continue reading Tossing technology to touch people.

Building bridges.

Lately I have been pondering the concept of building bridges. I know Jesus became the bridge between us and the Father, as He says in John 14:6 (AMP): I am the [only] Way [to God] and the [real] Truth and the [real] Life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” When we claim to be true Christ followers, we too are called to build bridges. We are to be“ambassadors for Christ, as though God were making His appeal through us; and gave us the ministry of reconciliation so that by our example we might bring others to Him…” … Continue reading Building bridges.

A second chance.

Hearing about the massacre in Orlando, Florida has caused me to do a lot of thinking this past week. (And when I think, I like to put it on paper!) I thought about those who died, those who didn’t, and about second chances! As a born-again believer, my first thought when I hear about the death of someone is always this: “Did they know Jesus?” And the second thought is: “Are they with Him now, or are they eternally separated from Him?” It was no different when I heard about the massacre. I wondered about those who died. Did they … Continue reading A second chance.