"Next to accepting Christ, the single most important decision you can make is the person you marry." In this Biblical and practical message, JFK Mensah addresses one of the greatest issues that keep coming to his desk. Beginning with critical tips every single person must keep in mind, he describes the major differences between men and women, and zeroes in on what to look out for when choosing a godly spouse. God bless you as you listen!
In this message, JFK Mensah tackles how we can become like Jesus in His prayer life, by walking us through Jesus' habit of prayer. If you are in need of a reminding of why prayer is so critical for your life, this is not a message to miss. God bless you and keep you.
In this final installation of the series on the disciplines which lead to spiritual growth, one of JFK Mensah's spiritual sons -- Louis Tawam -- takes the stage to explain how Christian stewardship, spiritual warfare, and ministry preparation all contribute to the well-rounded growth of every believer.
As we bring this set of discussions to an end, it is our prayer that every listener will target spiritual growth though it cost them all they have. God bless you and keep you safe.
How much of yourself should be given to God? In this message, JFK Mensah argues that no Christian has the option of holding anything back. If indeed, we have been bought by the blood of Jesus and have the indwelling Holy Spirit, we must serve God with our all whether we are ordained ministers or not. The enemies of giving ourselves wholly to God, as well as the sobering fact that we will be spent and have to account for it even if we don't give ourselves to God, are also raised in the sermon. May God bless you as you listen.
"Ingratitude is not only an act: it is a lifestyle, a habit, and a spirit."
As the year winds down, it is critical that we reflect on what it means to show God gratitude, and why it is important to do so, no matter how life seems to have gone. Presenting five major reasons why it is important to give thanks, Rev. JFK Mensah shares with the congregation of LIC why God deserves our thanksgiving.