How often do we ask ourselves these questions? If you like me, you ask at least one a day, if not many of the multiple times. This morning, I was reading in the book of Acts and came across Acts 20:22, which caused me to pause: And now, compelled by the Spirit, I am going to Jerusalem, not knowing what will happen to me there." Have you ever done this? Have you ever started moving forward in a direction you felt the Lord prompting you to go when you had absolutely no clue what would happen or where you'd land? [...]

“Why do I need to know about this?”

"Why do I need to know about this?" That's what I overheard someone say as I stood outside of the sanctuary at Wesley United Methodist Church about to speak on the issue of sex trafficking in America.  It's a legitimate question and one most ask, whether out loud or not.  Why do we need to learn all we can about this heinous crime? What can we do about it? As I started to walk into the sanctuary, I had a little talk with Jesus.  He and I are like that; we talk.  Whenever I'm in need of help, which is [...]

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