In this season of uncertainty and turmoil, God's been speaking to me a lot about connectedness. We've often heard the phrase "He is the vine, and we are the branches." Have you ever wondered what that actually means?
Once, I went to Italy and worked in a vineyard. As I was ever so slowly tying the branch to a wire to train it, being so careful to make sure it stayed connected fully to the vine, these words came alive!
“I am a true sprouting vine, and the farmer who tends t
Psalms 110:3 3 Your people shall be volunteers In the day of Your power; In the beauties of holiness, from the womb of the morning, You have the dew of Your youth. I wanted to write you quickly and apprise you of some changes that have come here at Fusion since COVID19. First, my friend of 30 years and compatriot in ministry, Nancee Schroeder has stepped out of pastoral ministry in the church to pursue chaplaincy full time at Greeley Hospital. We recently prayed over her at a
“I find that the strength of Christ’s explosive power infuses me to conquer every difficulty.” Phil. 4:13 (TPT) Explosive Power? What exactly is that?! Definitely something I want to have in all the situations I am facing, don’t you? Sometimes I feel we have used this verse for so many situations in our lives that maybe it is losing significance. Sometimes it feels a little “platitud-y”. So, let’s ask Father to show us what He truly means when He says we really can do all thi
“Huh?” That was my bright response to people pointing towards the stage last Sunday morning. We had just reentered into worship and the Lord’s presence was spectacular! I had felt led to come back to worship, just as I had felt led to give an altar call earlier in the service, before communion. “Salvation” was all I heard in my mind. Three people responded to Jesus and it was glorious. Just before this finger pointing, I had said, “Anyone who wants healing, stand to your feet