Articles and vlogs by our pastors and ZTeam members.

April 23, 2021

Loving Me by Sabrina Calhoun

...And there was one common thread of advice running through them all. It was that I should speak positive confessions over myself every day while looking in the mirror.
April 7, 2021

Who Draws Near by Sharon Stark

I awake before the rooster's crow in the space between full night and early morn where darkness still hovers
April 6, 2021

A Polished Arrow In His Quiver by Terri Branham

While we may fall short many times, God’s faithfulness in the process of polishing us never diminishes. With great care, He draws us in closely, concealing us in His quiver while removing all unevenness and any cause for imbalance, a lifetime process with highly effective results.
April 2, 2021

I Hear The Rain by Sabrina Calhoun

I was despondent as I sat by the window sill, and I could hear the rain softly falling in the night. And I felt a deep need to capture that moment and express my pain through writing. So, without even knowing I could write poetry, I wrote...
April 1, 2021

The Holy Spirit Helps Us Do Big Things For God by Larry Huggins

Five minutes after I started preaching, the Holy Spirit filled the room, and all the pastors began to weep. Each one confirmed the Holy Spirit wanted them to be part of the crusade.
March 24, 2021

Description by Maria Hostettler

"Matchless, You fill me with gladness, You renew my mind, You removed my blindness"
March 19, 2021

The Name of Jesus by Tim Christensen

"We have been given authority just as the apostles of Jesus Christ to use the name above every name and that name is the name of Jesus."
March 11, 2021

Bubbles, Bubbles by Sabrina Calhoun

One of the sacrifices of this job, besides my ego, was that I made barely enough money to cover the bills. Most days, I did not know how I would pay the bills; this was one of those days....
March 5, 2021

A Moment In Time by Christine Smith

Whether it's a family member or just someone passing by, do something good for those you touch in life. All we have our moments, one after another, after another. No one knows which moments will be their last. So make the most of all of them!