The average churchgoer believes Christianity is about “fire insurance.” But there is SO MUCH MORE to the Story! My new book, RESURRECTION: The BIG Picture of God’s Purpose and Your Destiny, explores the grand narrative the Bible is telling; and examines why Jesus had to die on the cross and how his resurrection from the dead changes everything! Are you curious? This video will give you a general overview of what you’ll be getting when you purchase a copy for yourself and others.
As Co-Pastor of Bethesda Baptist Church of New Rochelle, I have the opportunity to preach every month. On January 8, 2017, my message was entitled, “What Keeps You From Running?” The text came from Hebrews 12: 1-3.
It snowed the night of January 7th. So, attendance was less than usual on January 8th. After preaching, I felt this particular message needed to be shared, not only with the larger congregation, but also with Christ-Followers everywhere.
To my surprise, without my asking beforehand, the sermon had been videotaped! If you desire to grow in your walk with Jesus Christ, then this message is for you.
October was National Bullying Prevention Month. But the discourse to move beyond bullying must continue all year long. We need to address this issue as long as kids are made to feel inferior by other young people.
My music video, Who Are You Running From? highlights this issue. It is from my film, Speedsuit, which is based off of Book 1 of my Speedsuit Powers Trilogy. We can move beyond bullying to a brighter future.
-Allen Paul Weaver III –
Have you ever said, “I hate Monday!”
I said, “Happy Monday” to at least three people today.
One guy (who was a well dressed business man) laughed and said, “What’s happy about today? Isn’t that an oxymoron, like ‘jumbo shrimp?'”
The other guy (at a separate instance) just laughed and repeated “Happy Monday” in a sarcastic tone.
The third person, a woman, smiled brightly and thanked me. “And Happy Monday to you as well!”
THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MONDAYS…
There’s something about Mondays. You either love it or hate it. One of my coworkers stated that over the weekend, she saw someone with a poster: “I HATE Mondays!”
But what would happen if we changed the way we viewed Monday? Is it really the six-letter-dirty-word many of us make it out to be? Or could it be a six-letter-word for OPPORTUNITY?