When A Little More Jesus Is All You Need

Life can get so busy. Your job, your extracurricular pursuits, your home life, your special ministry projects, and any number of things can suddenly and unexpectedly distract you from your time with the LORD. Sometimes, it’s all you can do to just put one foot in front of the other in order to keep things moving. Still, your relationship with the LORD should not be sacrificed, rather, it should be fostered.


What do you do when a little more JESUS is all you need? 

What do you do when a little more prayer, praise, or worship is all you need?

What do you do when your spirit needs comforting but you have no sense of peace or calm and no joy in your heart?

What do you do when you are desperate for a word of encouragement from someone who understands and can speak to what you are going through? 

The answer…Destination JESUS

Starting next Sunday, December 6, 2015, your need for more will begin to be addressed. 

Through the ongoing Destination JESUS Bible study series, you will not only learn who Jesus is and what He is about, but you will also learn, through a New Testament perspective, how He purposely, divinely, and lovingly speaks to your lack and adds to your more. 

If you truly commit yourself to walking through the Word with Destination JESUS in mind, by journey’s end, you will find all that you have been looking for.

A Savior. 


A Redeemer. 

A Prince. 

A Counselor. 

A Comforter. 

A King. 

In personally knowing the LORD as Savior, Redeemer, Prince, Counselor, Comforter and King, among other names, you will definitely be able to find more – more Jesus, more praise, prayer and worship, more peace and joy, and more encouragement. 

  Grab your Bible, a pen, and a spiritual life fitness notebook or journal and make plans to join us. I will be praying for you. God bless.

For those requiring more specific prayers, you are encouraged to leave a comment and/or prayer request in response to this post. 


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