All posts by Chris Reaves


Back in June I wrote an article about Missed Blessings’.I urged the reader not to miss out on blessings simply because we do not take the time to converse with people or follow the leading of the Holy Spirit.  I am so happy to report that my family and I followed the Holy Spirits leading … Read More


How many blessings do you miss? What opportunities do you miss for your life because you simply do not take the time to earnestly converse with ordinary people. What are you missing right now because you chose not to take the time from your busy schedule? If only you had taken the time to listen? What … Read More


What sort of Mother are you? The way you answer and live this question out will largely determine how your children and grand children will live their lives. Statistically a child will be a product of how you decide to answer the question in light of Galatians 4:19-31. God concludes in chapter four of Galatians … Read More


I Corinthians 4:1-2 gives a quality that we need to resolve every moment to have personified in our life. It can be encapsulated by one word, faithfulness. I Corinthians 4:1-2 says, “Let a man so account of us, as of the ministers of Christ, and stewards of the mysteries of God. Moreover it is required … Read More


The Good, The Bad and The Ugly all wrapped up in one of the most exciting, rewarding and outright crazy ministries of the local church is none other than the bus ministry. Certainly there are times of great challenges and difficulties from the weather to vehicle issues — the list is immense! However, with great … Read More


The Common Cold: A running nose, scratchy throat, nonstop sneezing, lack of oxygen, cannot taste or smell, sinus pressure, chills, nasal congestion, muscle ache, loss of appetite and fatigue. Did I miss anything? The common cold can be a miserable experience. It was about 8 years ago when Rhea and I were Bus captains and … Read More


I love the winter months. It is the best time of the year for several reasons. It ushers in the cool, crisp air, the hustle and bustle of preparing for Christmas and the New Year, and certainly the Christmas music that starts on Thanksgiving Day. The fond memories of chopping and splitting wood with my … Read More


“Motives don’t matter when it comes to serving God!”Is that true? The Biblical perspective would disagree with this statement because God does want a fuel behind your service for Him and it is clearly expressed in Scripture in one word, “Abib.” The word Abib is mentioned four times in Scripture. Exodus 13:4; 23:15; 34:18 and … Read More