- Team SAC Picks
Whatever reason might have brought you to this website, one thing is certain. God has a plan and purpose in your life. You are not here by chance or accident. You have a specific God-given assigment on this earth. You are precious to God and He loves you so much, that is why He has created you in His own image. You can’t find God’s purpose and plan in yourself, or in other people, or in the things of this world. God has made that plan for you and that plan can only be found in God alone.
God is polishing me and taking me through the fire that refines me. You know it is hard to go through the refining fire though we know that we will become a cleansed weapon in God's hand. Believe me, I recently thought of even quitting from Christian ministry. I have been going through a financial crisis which is the worst time I ever had. I thought of doing a secular job and doing God's ministry. You could be a witness everywhere you work but it is hard for those who are called to be fulltime workers. I hardly get time to do ministry if I do another job. At the end of the day, I am sure that the Lord is faithful and He knows all about our needs.
These past few months, the world we live in has faced challenges that governments, institutions, families and individuals have found difficult to cope with – agflation [agricultural inflation], soaring prices of good and services, shakening of stable and trusted financial institutions, change of governments and political institutions, societal transformation in family and marriage, rise in new infectious diseases, increased persecution of Christians, shakening of religious institutions, talk of a global recession and many more changes. "What On Earth Is Happening To The World Today?”In this article, we will allow the powerful Word of God to speak and breathe life for itself.
How can we find true friendship in this often phony, temporary world? Friendship involves recognition or familiarity with another's personality. Friends often share likes and dislikes, interests, pursuits, and passion. Genuine friendship involves a shared sense of caring and concern, a desire to see one another grow and develop, and a hope for each other to succeed in all aspects of life. True friendship involves action: doing something for someone else while expecting nothing in return; sharing thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment or negative criticism.