Combatting Listener Fatigue! (and we all get this at some point?)by Carlton CoonBlessings on you as we begin 2021. Our chaotic world is ultimately ruled by the Lord Jesus Christ. In Him, there is no chaos or distress. As one of...
Friend or Leader?by Carlton CoonWould you rather be "loved" or "respected"? A comedian is liked. People laugh. Is he respected? Respect is earned by loving people AND treating them with merciful and kind respect.
Christmas During Our Pandemic, Does It Have to be a Bad Thing?by Carlton Coon2020 has been difficult for the entire world. Celebrations, weddings, graduations, work, birthdays; were either postponed, or downsized.But does Christmas and the holiday season have to be a bad one? Absolutely not!
Book of Acts, Chapter 1, Verses 15-26 - Ready for Pentecost?
It Takes So Little to Be Above Average—This Christmasby Carlton Coon
For those who pastor or are in a church leadership role – Christmas is a time to make a memorable and influential ministry impact. Yes, Christmas is a time of “good tidings and joy to all people.” The beginning of the incarnation happened at Bethlehem.
At the same time, while your kids or grandkids are having a wonderful time, there are others who can benefit from a simple ministering word from their shepherd. Let me give you four suggestions.
- Charismatic movement
- Christian Devotion
- church behavior
- Covid 19
- distancing depression
- good church
- life lessons
- Overcoming despair
- pandemic depression
- pastoral resources
- pursuing God
- social distancing
Depression and the Need for a Light at the End of the Tunnelby Carlton Coon
Depression and the Need for a Light at the End of the Tunnel
Depression has been called the mental and emotional common cold. Depression is common. However, many people remain unaware. They also remain unaware that depression affects people from the most successful – to the unknown.
Book of Acts, Chapter 1, Verses 15-16 - Pray On!
Book of Acts, Chapter 1, Verses 15-26 - Judasby Carlton CoonSomewhere along the way, Satan began to work on Judas, as he had tempted Jesus and desired Peter “that he might sift you as wheat.” (Luke 22:31b). Judas allowed himself to be enticed away. He “fell.”
Book of Acts, Chapter 1, Verses 15-26 - The Church's First Business Meeting
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Book of Acts, Chapter 1, Verses 12-14 - One Accord -- Ten Times in the Book of Acts
Book of Acts, Chapter 1, Verses 12-14 - The First Deedby Carlton CoonThey continued daily in prayer and supplication. The use of two words which speak of much the same activity adds weight to what those in the upper room were doing.
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