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Charles Russell

Charles Russell is a minister from Daytona Beach, FL. & has been working directly with troubled youth as a counselor for 9 years. He has obtained a plethora of experience communicating the word of God to children and adults. With a strong zeal for study and mentoring, he is now walking into his true calling as a pastor and teacher. Charles has now learned how to efficaciously utilize his gifts of music, exegetical teaching, graphic design, public speaking, writing, and youth mentoring as platforms to herald the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Most importantly, he is a husband and father.

How to Be Selfless in Your Suffering

The suffering of this present time cannot be compared to the glory that will be revealed in us. Many of us have read this scripture and gave a spiritual nod of agreement yet fail to apply its principle when faced with tribulation. The carnal or fleshly mind struggles to foresee …

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The Importance of Being a Good Steward of Our God-Given Gifts

Obtain mastery over what you have instead of obsessing over what you lack. Often our ability can’t maintain the responsibility of the desires our hearts contain. Matthew chapter 25:14-30 teaches us a valuable lesson about being good stewards over what the Lord has entrusted us with. In the parable, there …

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What Black Panther Can Teach the Church About Community Outreach

In today’s world, social awareness has been a central topic of discussion among African-American millenials. Racial injustice, inequality, and identity have all been subjects at the forefront of the conscious community. The recent debut of the Black Panther movie has inspired a plethora of dialogue about the issues within this …

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Are You Allowing God to Fully Transform Your Heart?

The heart of the matter is truly the matter of the heart. Matter is what something is made of. Prior to salvation our hearts are deceitful above all things and desperately wicked as Jeremiah 17:9 states. Heart in Greek is transliterated as kardia meaning: inner life, mind, will, intention, and character. …

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Pastorship and the Three Homes that Must be Maintained

As a pastor I’ve learned many valuable lessons in regard to time management, prioritizing, and attentiveness. Young Pastors often tend to focus so heavily on the upkeep of the church that they slack on two other important concerns. There are three homes that the Pastor must get in order and …

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The Difference Between Worldly and Godly Wisdom

An interesting lesson came about from a recent study my wife and I were having recently. I was teaching out of 1 Corinthians 1, 2 and 3. The passages speak of Paul making a clear distinction between what the world considers wise opposed to what God deems to be wise. …

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Pastoral Role: Oversee, Not Lord over the Body of Christ

The body of Christ is not a two-headed monster. Just as the human body has many limbs that are subject to one mind, the church is also designed in the same way. Jesus Christ is the head of the body of Christ because, indeed, it is His body and He …

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How Free Will Powerfully Demonstrates God’s Love for Us

Free will is one of those topics that has led to much conversation and debate among the Body of Christ as well as non-believers. The idea that an all-loving God would place His creation in the midst of tribulation, danger, and most of all, temptation, is a concept that confounds …

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Beware of Worshipping the Work of Your Hands

Egypt is renowned for it’s mastery of architectural development in ancient history. As the eye gazes upon the pyramids, sphinx, and other landmarks crafted by the Egyptians, we can imagine how they could’ve easily began to worship the works of their own hands. It is certain scripturally, that the Israelites …

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Are You a Good Steward of Your Money?

The Bible tells us to be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove. This statement holds a vast amount of wisdom within its meaning. While many saints are wise in spiritual matters, we often lack knowledge in regard to common things. There are many saints who struggle with …

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