online rx


Tag: Eric Edwards


The Call Continues

Posted by Editors Choice in Hyphen, Inspirational. Comments Off on The Call Continues

4th July

“And God appeared unto Jacob again, when he came out of Padanaram, and blessed him. And God said unto him, Thy name is Jacob: thy name shall not be called any more Jacob, but Israel shall be thy name: and he called his name Israel.”

With high school graduation excitement in the air, many are indulging in their last “free” summer before beginning a chosen college or career choice into this great mystery of life that lays before them. For some, the ending of this chapter is rather exhilarating. For others, this next phase proves daunting and, in many ways, administers anxiety in our quest for what’s next. Both are merited and true in their own way. In short, this is an exciting time.

Possibly one of the most overlooked areas during this time of filling out applications and scholarships is … Read More »



Morality Adrift

Posted by Editors Choice in Hyphen, Inspirational. Comments Off on Morality Adrift

17th March

“Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day” (Psalm 25:4).

A recent study by Barna Group showed that six out of every ten young adults hold and believe in an individualistic approach to morality. Simply stated, morality is a personal choice, entirely a matter of individual decision. Moral rights and wrongs are essentially matters of individual opinions in the view of today’s millennials.

Young adults today are consistently bombarded with a cultural stigma of defining morality, moral beliefs, and moral reasoning. They are demanded at times to defend or debunk sources of rights and wrongs and are often berated if that view doesn’t fit what is considered to be in the boundaries of social norms. As a result, whenever we begin to discuss moral issues … Read More »



The Address of Joy

Posted by Editors Choice in Inspirational. Comments Off on The Address of Joy

13th January

”For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost” (Romans 14:17).

Where does joy live? The verse above is given in the context of a statement and also as a promise. For Paul is declaring whenever you begin to understand the Kingdom, these things will follow that understanding. Before it is possible to understand the benefits of the kingdom, you first have to understand the defining factors of it.

At the time Paul was addressing the Roman church, the common Jewish custom of the day would be to exclude certain meats and drinks from their diet for religious purposes. However, Paul was declaring the kingdom of God would be different. The kingdom of God would come in greater fulfillment of Old Testament ritualistic ceremonies and customs and would shatter the expectations … Read More »






FROM THE BLOG

We know you love to read! Go ahead and take a peek at some of our latest posts.

Interview with NAYC Speakers: Andrew Romine

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is just one week away. And NAYC 17 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians...

Busted Pens and Busy Hearts

We’ve all been unlucky enough to grab a nearby pen in a hurry, only to realize that said pen has somehow managed to leak...

The Call Continues

“And God appeared unto Jacob again, when he came out of Padanaram, and blessed him. And God said unto him, Thy name is Jacob:...

NAYC Messages: Watch Memorable NAYC Messages

We have heard some of the most memorable messages at youth congress services past. Here are a few you will want to watch again....

Relationships for Life

Relationships. Cliques. Dating relationships. Difficult relationships. Passion for others. What we say matters. Our walk with God. Parental relationships. Healthy relationships. Our relationship with...

The Little Green Sin

“As iron is eaten away by rust, so the envious are consumed by their own passion.” – Antisthenes

What I am about to say is...

Interview with NAYC Speakers: Jason Staten

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is not that far away. And NAYC 17 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians...

Serves You Right

“Well, you deserved that. That serves you right.”

Have you been told that? I’m glad Jesus didn’t come to “serve me right,” and serve...

The Serenade View

About a month ago I was wandering through the Seattle Art Museum, and I happened upon this piece about which I was terribly confused....

Uncomfortable Open Doors

Transitions are always weird, whether you’re stepping into a thrilling new chapter of life with all the glam and sparkle a twelve year old...

Interview with NAYC Speakers: Victor Jackson

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is not that far away. And NAYC 17 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians...