I’d love to look into a word I am sure you often hear: ‘Revelation’. Your Pastors, leaders or friends may speak about receiving a revelation from God. What is a revelation? Is it a sudden idea, a made up story or a secret message?
Social Media can be a tricky thing. For many people, especially Christians, the phrase tends to carry a negative connotation. It is typically one of the first things we cut out of our life in a season of fasting, or when we are looking for a change. Words like bullying, addiction, and anonymity surround social media. Along with so much connectivity there is an underlying loneliness fueled by comparison and a fear of missing out on something else.
Our yesHEis team is getting ready to hit the road with Ignite for four nights across Texas. As the conference travels to Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas-Fort Worth we will be unveiling a new video, and attendees will have a chance to pick up some swag featuring the new look!
The love of Jesus covers all sin and shame. Those who believe in Jesus know that Jesus is the hope of the world, and our hope personally. Why then, do many find it so difficult to share this amazing, forgiving love of Jesus with others?
It's official! From 2016 we are going to be focusing all our efforts on the yesHEis app. To explain this change we sat down with Nathan Spicer, the head of yesHEis, to hear more about this exciting development.
We have a bit of a love-hate relationship with our mobile phones. We love that they make our lives easier – helping us to stay connected, organised and entertained, but we also blame them for addictions to social media, decreased interpersonal social skills and even some health problems.