We were baptized in Jesus’ name, not anyone else’s. Let us all resolve to be simply Christians, disciples of Jesus Christ. If unity among believers was so important to Jesus, how can we not make the effort to maintain the unity He made possible by His death on the cross?
Galdós escenifica en Cádiz la problemática de la Constitución de 1812, crisol del liberalismo español. Cádiz es una muestra de la sociedad española tradicional, que comienza su transformación justo cuando se redacta nuestra primera Constitución y se cimientan los cambios…
Miracle at the Garage tells a present-day tale of hope, wonder, amazement, grace, love, and faith. God is here with us today, in our struggles, in our pain, in our love, and in our fame. This memoir offers a look into the lives of a few individuals with two common bonds—their love for Christ and their connection through the Garage, a men’s ministry. It describes the miracles that have transformed them into the loving, strong, God-fearing, and courageous men they have become through God’s love.
Each figure in Miracle at the Garage has his own unique story, including author Andrew Elliott, who overcame alcoholism through the power of God’s love; Anthony, the spiritual leader of the group who overcame a life of drugs to come back to God; and John, who is in a car accident with Anthony’s wife and miraculously walks into the Garage—where he finds forgiveness. All of the people who share their personal stories here are part of the Garage ministry that serves as the backdrop for this inspirational collection. Incredibly, some of the miracles actually occurred at the Garage itself.
The personal reflections shared here can renew your faith in the miracle of God’s love and remind you that there is also hope, grace, and wonder in that faith.