All posts in " fruitfulness "

More urgent than we realize

By Dave Henning / October 3, 2023

“I may start off with a desire for connection, but the urgency of production feels pressing.  In reality, our connections are more urgent than we realize. . . .  That’s true when it comes to connecting with the significant people in our lives, but it’s even more true when it comes to connecting with God.”- […]


Some kind of fruitfulness

By Dave Henning / June 26, 2022

“When you yada-know the kindness of God, you can know there will be some kind of fruitfulness.  Intimacy with God bears fruit for God.  Intimate God-experience births God-obedience .  Know the Way and you know the Way.”- Ann Voskamp “Let us press on to [yada] acknowledge him.  As surely as the sun rises, he will […]


Fuel for the fruitfulness – blessing

By Dave Henning / June 9, 2021

“God designed blessing as the fuel for the fruitfulness of our lives.  It’s wonderful news because, if the blessing comes first, then our current circumstances and past failures don’t limit our future.  It means we should start blessing others now, even if they haven’t done anything to warrant our affirmation.”- Alan Wright “God blessed [Adam […]


Pursuing God’s call – how strong we finish

By Dave Henning / April 11, 2018

“Anybody can start a race.  The real question over our lives is not how strong we will begin our race to pursue God’s call but how strong we will finish it.”- Banning Liebscher “Let us finish with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith.”- […]


Fruitfulness – when people taste your life

By Dave Henning / April 8, 2018

“Fruit means that when people taste your life, you taste like Jesus.  If you are fully grafted into Jesus, the vine, then He says your life should produce tangible results that make people say, ‘Now that is Christlike.’ “- Banning Liebscher “I am the vine, you are the branches.  If you remain in me, and […]


Cling to Christ, abide in Him

By Dave Henning / April 3, 2018

“Make it your aim to cling to Christ.  Abide in him.  Is he not true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and worthy of praise?”- Max Lucado “Fix your thoughts on whaat is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirble.  Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.” Philippians […]

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