SIGNS OF LIFE – God’s Invitation to a Better, Stronger & Longer Life
What if you could be more alive tomorrow than you are today? What if you could have more purpose, meaning, joy and vitality in your life?
Jesus, the ‘most alive’ person who ever left a footprint on this planet, said He came to give us “life in all its fullness.” What is this full life that Jesus spoke of? It’s a more alive life, a rich, deep, satisfying, extended life. It is a better life than you ever dreamed of.
LIFE2 – The Life You Were Created to Live
Jesus said he came to earth to give “more and better life” to anyone who would follow Him. Yet, I believe that most of us who say we are Christ-followers fail to follow when He calls us to a whole new life in a whole new territory.
Don’t settle for things as they are, aspire for things as God meant them to be. Discover a new way of being human and become a new kind of human being!
WHEN IT ALL COMES DOWN IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THIS
In When it All Comes Down, it All Comes Down to This, Ken opens his heart and his journal and simply shares his journey from rock-less rock-bottom to a life of peace and purpose, and shows how to: Put depression in your rear-view mirror, keep going when everything seems to be breaking down, arrest anxiety, nip worry in the bud, find a solid foundation for your life, and experience the highest form of love
MUCH MORE ALIVE BLOG
Christians speak of the Father, Son, and Spirit as the Trinity. The term doesn’t appear in the Bible, but the concept runs all through its pages. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit. Three in one. Is He three, or one? The answer is, “yes.” If Jesus,...read more
John refers to Jesus as “the Word.” During three years of talking, walking, laughing, and living with the Son of God, John became convinced that Jesus was God’s message to us—telling us who He is and what He is doing. In the beginning, was the Word, and the Word...read more
In the beginning, was the Word. (John 1:1). In Greek, the language John used to write his gospel, the term he uses for “word” is logos. Logos translates as “word,” “reason,” “logic,” or “plan.” In Greek culture, theology, and philosophy, logos is the...read more