Word Of The Week
Death and life are in the power of our tongues, and as we love it we will eat its fruit.
We commit to using this power wisely in our creative projects, businesses and personal lives.
We declare this Word as manifest truth over our lives, our homes, our schools, our workplaces and our nations.
Featured Book: Overcoming Life’s Challenges – A Widow’s Testimony
Get back up when death knocks you down.
None of us is immune from the storms of life. The difference is how we handle them. This book is about overcoming life’s trials using biblical principles.
Rahab gives her personal testimony of how she overcame life’s challenges after the death of her husband by totally surrendering to God. She stands on Romans 8:28 as a confirmation that ALL things work together for good for those who love God. Living a holy life – a life that is set apart, reserved to give glory to God – is key to being overcomer.
God created us in His own image and He will never leave us or forsake us (Jeremiah 29:11). When we are faced with the unexpected, we get to decide whether to lean on our own understanding or follow God’s commands (Deuteronomy 31:6).
Telios Books Tunes
Telios Books Tune Of The Week: Wrap Me In Your Arms (Spontaneous) By Tobi Walker, Gibbs & Sinmidele
In The Mood For: African Devotion
I am who God says I am.
Train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows he will not depart from it. We were all born worshippers! The question is who do we worship?
In this book, Mercy teaches children who they are in Christ as only He can truly give us and reveal our identity. It’s packed with verses and prayers that both children and parents can memorize, declare and pray together.
This book is for those who desire to live a life poured out and led by the Holy Spirit. It’s a journey to becoming.
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Rev. Bryan Josiah
Bryan Josiah is a firebrand. He serves at Jesus Is Alive Ministries as a Reverend. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science, Microbiology and Biotechnology.