Do you Need God’s Encouragement?
Do you need a hug from God?
Maybe His comfort and assurance?
An arm around your shoulder from the one who deeply loves you?
From the only one who can make things right in your life?
There are times when it is obvious that things are NOT within our control, and this can bring a sense of overwhelming distress, and fear, loneliness, or frustration, cynicism, and hopelessness. . .Read More
Welcome Faithful Sheep!
by Wendy Scott
God inspired me to create this website as a discussion forum for believers who want to encourage the lost. Many Christians would like to share their faith more often, but feel unprepared to start those conversations with friends, family, co-workers, and especially strangers. But there are so many lost and hurting people around us.
Chances are, nearly every week we encounter someone who is ready to hear the hope of God’s love and salvation, but we feel intimidated into staying silent. We worry about social pressures, and about what to say: How do I start? Can I answer their questions? How do I explain the Gospel? What if I make them upset?
I will tell you two truths: 1) Their response is God’s responsibility. 2) Prepare your heart, and God will do the rest.
All blessings in Him!
Wendy S. Scott
 So much turmoil. So much strife. So much fear. So much anger. So much division. Lies, accusations, hypocrisy, injustice, insecurity, violence, corruption, abuse, sickness, addiction, poverty, loss… Overturning, overturning, overturning… Uncertainty dominates our culture and swallows up our thoughts. It casts darkness over our future, and dismantles our peace. There is no agreement between even two people on every subject, and no clear pathway through the social, cultural, and personal minefields that we all find ourselves dropped into. We … Read More
“The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter seed on the ground, and should sleep by night and rise by day, and the seed should sprout and grow, he himself does not know how.” Mark 4:26-27  About 25 years ago, we noticed something growing next to the house in front. I realized it was a little tree and almost cut it down, but we were sort of curious. We thought, “Let’s see what kind it is.” … Read More