elijah - Faith under fire

The prophet Elijah served God in a time when that wasn't very popular. He struggled with a generation who rejected God. Since that seems very similar to the generation we live in, there may be some principles worth learning from his life. Elijah's benevolence wasn't always pretty, but it was for the betterment of God's children. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us. 

a heavy burden

The Lord needed men like Elijah when His people wouldn't listen. It shouldn't be lost on those of us in the modern world that prophets were a necessary evil of the time. Elijah's work serving God was truly beneficial, but it's sad that it was even needed in the first place. 


the mountain man

Elijah's experience on Mt. Carmel is legendary, but did you also know it was benevolent. Explore this ancient story to see how we deal with those who are misguided with patience, but also the proper amount of respect to God's truth. 


public enemy number one

Elijah's relationship with King Ahab and Queen Jezebel was tumultuous at best. See how this uneasy reliance unfolds and see how benevolent God was with opportunity after opportunity placed at the feet of this rebellious family. 


7,000 souls

Elijah faced a lot of discouragement in his service to God, yet God constantly reached out to him and provided encouragement. Benevolence doesn't always come in the form of something you can hold, sometimes, it's merely something you feel.