Author: Domenico Danesi

Give Thanks for the Gospel of Grace!

From September 20th – 24th eleven men launched into a Northeast SURGE to proclaim the blessings of God. Two teams headed out to different cities in four northeastern states – New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. The goal was to Rescue the lost and Revive those who are saved.

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Testimonies From VBS 2017

About midweek during VBS, the Lord showed up in a group of children’s lives in a real & applicable way. It was a beautiful thing to watch take place! There was a child, not a Christian, who had been invited by another child, a Christian, to attend VBS. The Christian child started gravitating toward who they knew & were familiar with in fellowship. This left the invited child a little bit of an outsider. It was clearly unintentional. During snack time, the invited child had done something odd with their food. This was probably to gain attention from the...

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  • Chosen By God
    To be chosen by God is quite an incredible thing, because it means that the Lord made a choice to make us His very own. We are chosen to be a royal priesthood, a holy priesthood. Each and every child of God is chosen to be a priest of the Lord. This call of God […]
  • Rejoice In The Lord
    Over the past few weeks, I have been impressed to share the joy of the Lord with others. We can get so bogged down with life’s struggles that we miss the joy of the Lord. Joy is found in being a child of God, not in ministry success, and certainly not in our trials. This […]
  • The Answer
    Does being a Christian eliminate frustration, disappointment, and difficulties in this life? In the sense that we see their existence as temporal, yes, praise Jesus! And we know that they will be completely done away with in the future. However, the fact of life is that these unwelcome occurrences happen to all of us. None […]
  • Prayer
    Let’s talk about prayer. “What is prayer?” some ask. Basically, prayer is communication between God and man; a two-way conversation. Prayer is not a particular bodily posture. It’s not always done with folded hands and closed eyes. (I like to pray when I jog or ride my bike, and I find that very difficult to […]