Author Archives: Adam Suter

3 Tips for Walking on Water

background pic courtesy of bing/revsmilez.com What should you do when you feel God is calling you to do something? It might have to do with work or family. Perhaps it has to do with a relationship. Maybe your finances are … Continue reading

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You Are An Online Minister

If you are a Jesus follower, then congratulations, you are a minister. God wants to use you to lead others to know Jesus. It is not really an option for you. Hopefully this reality is not a surprise to you. … Continue reading

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I Need Some Resources On Evangelism

A pastor friend recently asked for evangelism tips. I’m no expert on this subject, but I do know a few resources. Tell Your Story CruPress Crupress Green (Campus Ministry) Gilbert Kingsley’s Coaching Tips (Campus Ministry) 250 Evangelism Ideas (Campus Ministry) You might also … Continue reading

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I Don’t Need A Sabbath

Almost a year ago, one of our pastors preached a sermon on having a Sabbath. I’m still thinking about it and struggling with it. Good sermon, huh? He talked about Sabbath from a Biblical perspective but also spoke from personal experience. … Continue reading

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I Should Have Said …

A little over a year ago I was visiting with my extended family and some of their close friends. We were relaxing over dinner when all of a sudden one close friend of my grandfather’s threw out a spiritual dart. You know … Continue reading

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Mid-City Ministries

pic of kids at the learning center of the Barataria Preserve at this year’s Summer Camp    Over the last few months, God has given me the opportunity to work with Mid-City Ministries by raising funds and running the Sports … Continue reading

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A Little Church History: Thomas à Kempis

Sir Thomas More, England’s famous lord chancellor under Henry VII (and subject of the film A Man for All Seasons) said it was one of the three books everybody ought to own. Ignatius of Loyola,  founder of the Jesuits, read a … Continue reading

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