CKs Speak Out

You’re Not Alone

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • June 20, 2019

A friend of mine is in the midst of an unwanted divorce. Nothing she says, prays, cries, or tries makes a difference. The “wheels of injustice” just keep grinding. It brings back many painful memories to me and I ache for her. I can’t really help except to listen and pray for her. I point her to Jesus, the One who can help her. Many of you are suffering emotionally, financially, physically, and spiritually due to the enemy’s attack on your marriage and family. In her book, First Aid for a Wounded Marriage, section 3,  Marilyn Phillips says “You’re hurting […]

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The Basis of True Happiness

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • June 18, 2019

Matthew 5:3-12 is commonly referred to as “The Beatitudes.” Why did Jesus start His ministry with this sermon? Why are these blessings so important to us as Covenant Keepers? Understanding the meaning of these blessings will give us an influential and radiant life, and these qualities will, in God’s timing, bring restoration to our families. Vs. 3 – Happy are the poor in spirit. What does it mean to be poor in spirit? It is to be humble. Being humble shows our conscious need of Jesus in everything: thought, word and deed. It means to be sensitive that we are […]

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What Covenant Keepers Means to Me

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 23, 2019

Cover – The ministry was my covering, a place to run to when the world, the flesh and the devil were telling me that I was crazy for standing. Overcomer – The ministry helped me to be an overcomer, I can do all things in Jesus who gives me strength. Victory – The ministry showed me that I have the victory if I faint not and believe me – I, like you, wanted to quit many times. Energy – The ministry helped me develop the Jesus kind of energy for my walk. Isaiah 40:31, I will wait upon the Lord […]

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Our Heaven-Rending, Illusion-Busting God

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 21, 2019

In a world that appears at times to be spinning out of control, only to halt briefly for the purpose of throwing us off, it is encouraging to realize that this is just an illusion. Perception is one of those things that changes with time and wisdom. I have gotten old enough to hear the words every parent longs to hear: “You weren’t as lame as I thought you were. I have grown to appreciate what you were trying to tell me.” The world is using smoke and mirrors against the Body of Christ in the hope of compromising and […]

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Complete the Circuit – Stay Connected to the Source

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 9, 2019

Can that which is broken be fixed? Can that which is lacking become whole once again? When an angry word has been spoken, can it ever be taken back or is it forever imparted with the rage with which it was created? The power of forgiveness lies not in the act itself but in the healing that follows. Forgiveness is a choice. This choice is an act of your will. This action is like the switch that begins a flow of the Spirit. It is in that flow that the power of forgiveness is found. Forgiveness is the switch that […]

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The Prayer of Moses

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 7, 2019

In the darkest and most baffling moment of his life Moses found himself in anger, casting the Tablets of Stone to the ground. The people who had seen the hand of God move on their behalf, the same people who ate of the manna and the meat and drank of the water which poured forth out of a rock, the children of the covenant, were now dancing before an idol made of gold, given to them by the very God they now disowned. Moses had done his best to represent God, yet the people were worshipping a golden cow created […]

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A Letter from Marilyn Phillipps

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 2, 2019

Michael and I are so excited to be speaking at this year’s Families Are Forever Conference in Charlotte. We love Rex and Carolyn very much and have a great relationship with them, but it has been many years since we have been to a Covenant Keeper’s conference. For decades I have contemplated the scripture, “Nevertheless, when the Son of Man comes, will He really find faith on the earth?” (Luke 18:8)  Through the years we have seen many movements of faith in the Body of Christ, but faith for marriage healing is still a challenge for so many. When our […]

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Now What Lord? – Part 2

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • April 18, 2019

When I came home from the doctor visit where my pregnancy was confirmed, my husband did not share my joy. The devil had stolen his joy. I couldn’t believe it! I also started noticing that my husband was paying special attention to our very young and single secretary. We hired her right out of high school and encouraged her to go to church with us. We wanted her to join the youth group but she said she wasn’t ready for that. Now I was seeing that Satan had set a trap for the two of them. The following year and […]

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Now What Lord?

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • April 16, 2019

Jesus, thank you so much for the great report at the cardiologist’s office today! My doctor said that my new heart valve is doing just fine, and, because of it, my other valves are functioning better than before my surgery in October! Lord, You have made me so happy and relieved. Jesus and I have an ongoing conversation almost continually every day. Even when I am not happy and relieved like when I am upset or disappointed, I may say, “Now why did You let that happen? Or why didn’t You do something different? If I were God, I would […]

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Her Children Bless and Respect Her

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • April 9, 2019

Guest Article reprinted from August 2007 newsletter:   A little over three years ago my husband started living with the other woman. When I advised him that I wasn’t at peace with our children staying overnight in that set-up he responded by applying for custody of two of our sons. After much prayer and soul searching I felt I was not to contest his application but to allow the boys to go and live with him. It was heartbreaking to know that my precious children would be living in that environment. Devastating though that decision was, I felt God saying […]

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