January 18, 2017
By Mike Evans

We preach the cross, but for Christ’s present-day ministry to operate in our lives and for Him to bless our nation, we must camp out at Calvary. We must invite the convicting power of the Holy Spirit into our lives, and become God’s house of prayer. God wants to do today what He did two thousand years ago. He has a final blow to execute. The first great battle was at Calvary; the last great battle is at the end-of-the-age for the final harvest. This is the final assault and the finished work of the cross. This last strategic strike will render the demons of hell bound in chains, and bring in the greatest harvest of souls the world has ever known.

December 29, 2016
The Festival of Lights—Hanukkah—is now underway, continuing this year through Sunday, January 1st.

While there are, perhaps, more religious holidays in the Jewish faith than any other religion from Yom Kippur to Rosh Hashanah to the Fast of Gedalia, one of the more recognizable celebrations of Jewish tradition is not religious in nature. Rather, Hanukkah celebrates a nation’s heroes and the miracle they experienced!
December 28, 2016
By Mike Evans

Hebrews 4:16 reminds us that as Believers, because of our relationship with Christ, we can “come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”
December 20, 2016
By Mike Evans

When the Jewish people were facing the threat of mass extinction, a courageous young woman named Esther answered the call and stepped forward to save them. Esther had been chosen as queen over the Persian empire to replace Vashti. While no one knew that Esther was Jewish, the identity of her cousin Mordecai was known. He earned the enmity of a powerful official named Haman. Ahasuerus had promoted Haman and ordered everyone to bow when he passed by, but Mordecai refused. In keeping with his Jewish faith, he would bow to no one but God.

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