We are the Mays family--Michael and Joy Mays and our 6 children: Jacob 13, Natalie 11, Elena 10, Caroline 6, Jonathan 4, and Chloe 6 months.
Michael is a talented and professionally trained tenor vocalist. He writes music and is leading his family to follow the Lord's calling in Concert Ministry.
Joy is an accomplished pianist, author and song writer as well as wife, mother, and home schooling mom. We, together, seek to connect people- believers as well as non-believers-- to Jesus Christ.
Our children, 3 of which sing with us at this time, are excited as well to see how God will bless and yearn to draw people to Jesus through our music. We would love to be engaged at your church, event, health facility or other venue to present Jesus in music and song. You can read more about us on our website.
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- Philippians 4:4
Have you ever noticed how many Christians these days are overcome with fear, sadness, or anger? In a way, that's perfectly understandable in our world of uncertainty and chaos; but today's verse gives us a very different idea of how a follower of Christ is supposed to behave.
How do we attain happiness? Just for fun, I searched Google the other day for "how to be happy." It seems many people are searching for happiness, and almost as many claim to have the answers. From "25 science-backed ways!" to "15 Habits of Incredibly Happy People" and "seven steps," the worldly-wise claim to be able to help us "be happy without really trying!"
If you’ve been reading these articles for any length of time, you know where I’m going, right? I don’t so much care what the world has to say about the subject; what matters is what God says. So we're going to spend the next couple of weeks looking at His Word to find out about this subject. Who knows? We might even come up with our own 15-step plan! 😉
Read the complete devotional here.
What does God want me to do with my life? Who am I supposed to marry? How can I be sure the path that I’m on is the right one? How do I know God’s will for me?
Have you ever asked yourself these questions, or ones very much like them?
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