“Serving is not a calendar high. Serving is a daily discipline. It’s a core element of how we are wired. It is a vital accessory in our Christian identity. Serving is not only valuable it is necessary to stay connected to God. It is the cornerstone of our faith. It is the defining characteristic in who Jesus is and service is what set him apart. Service changes stories and sometimes in our “day to day” we miss the moment to serve so when it comes we must first recognize the opportunity.”—Aseante Hylick
"One of the things we have to get over is this fantasy that there’s this perfect person somewhere out there for us, that God has someone for you that’s going to make things be alright. No it ain’t. I can show you a marriage made in heaven, the first one. God put Adam to sleep and made the perfect woman for him. Gods best for Adam was a woman who talked him into disobeying God. That’s who God have him. Gods best for Eve was presenting her to a man who stood there and watched her talk to the devil. That’s a marriage made in heaven and if you think that marriage made in heaven gone have problems and you recognize that God brought them together what makes you believe that you can go to Christianmingle.com and find a perfect marriage? Don’t be stupid now. I don’t care who you hook up with, you are going to have problems. In fact, the purpose of marriage is not for you to be problem-less and not for you to be happy. It’s for God to mold you into the image of the person He wants you to be and there’s no greater place to do that than within the context of marriage where two broken being come together and God transforms them."