Responding with the Right Attitude in Difficult Times
Pastor Rich Butler joins us on Daily Faith from Spartanburg, SC, who serves as the lead pastor of Hope Church. He brings insightful tips that can help you set the trajectory of your life. As we live in perilous times in America, the world around us is constantly shaking. We have forgotten the ancient paths and instead built altars to idols, distracting us from Kingdom work and keeping our attention off Almighty God.
Recently, the Lord spoke to Pastor Rich, revealing that the way forward is the way back. To invite the power and presence of God into our homes, it is vital that we rebuild family altars by taking the ancient pathways and restoring the altar to God. We need to remove any idols that do not belong to Him and allow His healing to flow by restoring the family altar in our homes.
WSe encourage you to come humbly before the Lord and ask Him to reveal any idols in your life. Remove any altars that do not belong to Him and restore the family altar in your home. In doing so, you open yourself up to receive the power and presence of God and are better equipped to serve His Kingdom in these uncertain times.
For more information about Hope Church and to hear more about their restoration project, please www.hopesc.org.
Rebuilding family altars is the way forward in these uncertain times. As our guest explained today, when families are torn apart, it makes for a disastrous future. In Moldova, we have rescued countless children and families from an impoverished lifestyle and the risks of human trafficking. We care for their needs and bring them into our homes at Vatra Village, giving them a safe and warm house filled with the love of Jesus and a family; most never knew. We’ve made space and invited God’s power and presence into our homes by restoring the altar and removing any idols that do not belong.
Now, the rescued have become the rescuers. Within The Orphans Hands, our kids have outreach ministries where they share the same love they have received by providing food, tents, clothes, and Bibles to the hurting. Our Constant Care team, composed of these children, continues to help support the Ukrainian and earthquake refugees.
Visit www.theorphanshands.org to learn more and donate to the hearts of others through The Orphans Hands Ministry, which has been making a difference in the lives of children and families in need for over three decades.