Grace starts small

© November 28, 2018 | Schulter Etyang There is an insatiable demand in life and for those of us in Christian ministry to do big things for God. The “big God, big dream” mantra is so alluring that everything less is deemed ungodly. This view has produced Charismatic Christians who refuse or are unwilling to start small. They […]

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Why a correct view of God is beneficial to your health

© November 22, 2018 | Schulter Etyang There is a direct correlation or link between your view of God and your health and a general state of being. A view of God that views him ONLY as Master, and you as Slave, or Subject, could lead to health issues such as anxiety disorders (extreme fear, worry), high […]

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Exhausted? Sick? Here’s some good news for you

© November 14, 2018 | Schulter Etyang  And having seen the crowds He was moved with compassion concerning them because they were exhausted by their troubles and their long, aimless wanderings, and had thrown themselves to the ground in an utterly prostrate condition as sheep not having a shepherd. Matthew 9:36 (Wuest – The New Testament: An Expanded Translation) […]

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Hey kid, you already know this, your parents are sinners too

© November 7, 2018 | Schulter Etyang Hey kid, Yesterday, I wrote a post advising your parents to view you through the lens of grace because you are a sinner. I’m hoping that by doing so, they’ll go easy on you, a tad easy. It’s not your fault you are a sinner. It’s Adam’s fault […]

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Christian parents (especially mothers), your kid is a sinner

© November 6, 2018 | Schulter Etyang I’ve been fortunate enough to associate well with older and younger people alike. Throughout the years, I’ve been privileged to lend an ear to parents and to their children within the same family. I get to hear both sides of the story. This happens often in spite of the fact that I have […]

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Jesus the friend that asks, seeks and knocks

© November 2, 2018 | Schulter Etyang It is a common thread in my posts to read these words – Jesus’ ministry was under the law and his ministry was primarily to the Jews, first. Occasionally, he would be interrupted by a gentile woman or officer, but his audience was primarily the Jews. When you get […]

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