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Come and Get ‘Em

Bring Your Appetite to the Taste of Maumee

Come and get ‘em while their hot and in supply. Our Youth Group will be cooking up Philly Cheese Steaks this Saturday at the Maumee Summer Fair. Bring your appetite and buy a cheese steak and support the 2015 Youth Mission Trip to Nashville. We’ll see you there! Continue reading

Iron Dome of Love and Prayer

Iron Dome of Love and Prayer

I hope this note finds you well, living in the grace and peace of Jesus Christ.

Recently, over the last few weeks, St. Paul’s has come under intense, spiritual attack. Over the last 48 hours, in my gut, I’ve felt the need to share what we’re encountering.

Like the recent war in Israel, our enemy the devil, has been sending a constant barrage of spiritual rockets our way. He’s much like Hamas: a terrorist who attacks from homes, hospitals, and from behind human shields. Over the recent weeks, he’s been attacking us in much this way. His attacks are causing many to become weary—maybe even you. Continue reading

Adventurous Courage

Adventurous Courage

The Apostle Paul began his letter to the Ephesians with this: “May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace and peace” (Eph 1:2). To you, I offer the same.

Last month, I wrote about the Healing Rain I believe is coming soon. In that, I shared briefly about a dream given me, one God instructed me to record. Over the next few months, I’ll be sharing that dream and its meaning. Continue reading

Healing Rain

Healing Rain

“Sorry for the rain mates.” Everywhere we ventured, our British friends apologized for the rain. It was practically comical. I mean, it’s England right? And in England, it rains often, and it rains hard. Now, about that rain… Continue reading

God’s Waiting Room

God’s Waiting Room

In almost all of my prayer time lately regarding St. Paul’s, I keep hearing one word from the Lord: “Wait!”

Honestly, I don’t like waiting. Waiting requires patience and discipline and holding immediate gratification at bay. Yet, God says to wait. So, I’m waiting.

I’m not asking why—that’s kind of futile; the Lord doesn’t usually answer my why questions. But, I am asking: “For what?” “Until when?” “What’s next?” The answers I’m getting are not direct words, but more spirit-led inferring’s. I’m sensing that God is telling me to wait as he prepares us for what he’s going to birth: in and from us. Continue reading