The LEMM is a stopgap crisis-intervention team who ventures out to serve the homeless.
Category Archives: Kingdom of God
In regard to my new God-given assignment, I won’t allow myself to become emotionally drained against those who steal any of my ideas. After all, there really aren’t any ‘new’ ideas, right? Consider what the Bible states, “…there is nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9). Then, I have to look closely and ask myself, […]
Too many believers ‘feel’ comfortable glorifying sin or wrong doing or missing the mark, rather than glorifying righteousness. It’s seen in their social media posts or heard in their conversations or testimonies. They may for example feel validated being transparent or keeping it real, which only points to the self-absorbed flesh rather than God or […]
Scripture instructs us to: “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 Tonight, the Light of Embassy Missions Ministry Team did just that. We met lady Shavonna on the street of S.E. Washington, D.C. sitting next to a park bench, with […]
Dear Viewers, Father God is faithful. And what He’s doing in my life, this season, is phenomenal because it could reach the masses, along with your support. He has blessed me with this wonderful assignment as Project Coordinating Manager for the LEMM (read “Mission” below). Suffice it to say, this position of my heart enables […]
Let us analyze this meme quoted by thousands. This meme analogy is not designed to call out anyone or pick on them. The scripture says: “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death (i.e., back to the fallen state of man) Proverbs 14:12. The following […]
All too often Christian religion is consumed with building personal empires instead of advancing the Kingdom of God. This happens because the mindset of religious people are patterned after the Levitical Priesthood’s Order, the letter of the law or the Old Testament’s Mosaic Law. Kingdom believers must know that they’re no longer obligated to the […]
You must be logged in to post a comment.