Living the Christian Life Is Not Always Easy

Jesus never promised an easy life for those of us who follow Him and live His way of life and love.  Sometimes, life gets hard, and people get discouraged.  That’s when it’s important to use spiritual tools to help you break free from whatever is troubling or hurting you so you can be and do what God has for you to be and do.

God has blessed us to make a positive difference in many lives, and it is our prayer that we can do the same for you.  You can contact us with your concerns and use some of the tools that we will place here for you to use in your Christian walk.  They will help you focus on Jesus and help you look beyond your physical circumstances.  

There’s much more to be shared, but we will leave you with two of Jesus’ promises to all of us who love and follow Him.

Romans 8:28 promises that God will make all things (that’s good and bad) work for our good.  Sometimes, it’s really hard to see how that can happen, but God always comes through.

Matthew 6:33 contains Jesus’ promise that our needs will be taken care of as long as we seek God’s kingdom first.  We can share that we have had some anxious moments, but God has always been faithful to His promise.

We look forward to hearing from you and seeing how God leads us to help you live His way of life freely and joyfully. We are not only ordained spiritual leaders but are also skilled, trained Christian counselors.  We even wrote an emotional recovery workbook for Christians that has helped many.

May God’s love be with you as you walk with Him,

Pastors George and Sharon Billington

copyright March 2013, Pastors George and Sharon Billington, All Rights Reserved

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