Thursday, May 20, 2021

Why Study the Bible?

 Reason to study the Bible.

- To know God ( Gen 1-3)

-To meditate on God's character, principles, and promises (Psa 119:12-18, 1 Tim 6:17).

- To know God's Word (2 Tim 3:16)

- To understand the Word of God (John 1:1-3, John 10:30)

- For directions in your life (Psa 119:11).

- To find encouragement (Romans 15:4)

-To help us to see ourselves and convict us of sin (Heb 4:12-16).

- To become pure and holy (John17:17-23).

The Bible is meant for all to us to read with both mind and heart. God loves you and wants you to love him. So, please take time to study the Bible for yourself.  God Bless you.  Please join me for prayer on facebook. Monday and Friday at 8pm under Dr. Annie Eskridge .  If you have a prayer request please send it to 

Sunday, February 21, 2021

Destroy due to lack of knowledge

Hosea 4:6 NKJV  tells us..."My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.  Because you have rejected knowledge, I also will reject you from being priest for Me; Because you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children."

Not knowing the Word of God is what has destroyed the lives of many Saints.  It is sad that people's lives have been affected just because they do not know their rights as a Child of God. Ephesians 4:11-12 let us know that...And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ. It is our responsibility to know the Word of God, so we can live a victorious overcoming life. Be blessed!  Dr. Annie R. Eskridge

Sunday, November 29, 2020


 Father, we thank You for Your faithfulness. Thank You for loving and carrying for Your Children.

You never leave or forsake us, You will do all that You promised: care for us and continue to make us strong; forgive us and protect us daily. We are free because we believe you and Your Word.  Thanks you for the power of salvation.

Please forgive us, Father, when we live for ourselves and forget about others We ask that You would help us to be the person that You desire for us to be.  Thank you God for the examples that You have given us in Your Holy Word.  We say thank You.

I pray for the Churches worldwide that are now going through a change.  Help them to not be afraid and to remain steadfast in prayer, ready to maintain a godly behavior at all times. Father, we thank You for all that You have done and continue to do in the Name of Jesus we pray. Tune in: every night on facebook at 8p PST for prayer with DrAnnieEskridge, for all prayer request email :

Praying for the nation and others. DrAnnie Eskridge

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Resilient faith

 Resilient faith is one that will bounce back, you take a licking and keep on ticking.  this is the way we feel when we are faced with challenges.  Faith is the heart and not the head. Paul tells us in Romans "for with the heart a person believes, resulting in righteousness, and with the mouth he confessed, resulting in salvation (Romans 10:10 NASB).

Life can be tough.  We need resilient faith to survive during this time.  Faith may come easy to you, or you may be like many who struggle with it. Thanks be to God we need to understand faith when difficulties knock on our door, you faith will be tested , tried and shaken upside down.  However, we can maintain faith in God that is resilient. Resilient faith is a quality of faith that's able to see you through trouble, temptation and trials and in the end we are victorious.

Resilient faith provides:

an actual foundation for a sure hope for mankind. It frees you to do what is good and right and it helps you find joy even in a world of pain and suffering.  this is ours because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. we should be ready to fight, tough and violent and refuse to give up. we are winners, we have taken the shield of faith and we are able to quench all of the fiery darts of the  wicked one. Be Blessed, Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge, DMin.

Monday, July 13, 2020

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path Psalm 119:105 NKJV.

Seven Things Bible Study Does for Us:
Helps us determine our motives for what we do and discover who we really are (Hebrews 4:12).

  Guides us in determining the direction of our lives (Psalm 119:9
, 11).

   Defers us from sinning and saves us from the pain sin causes (Exodus 12: Deut 8:3).

     Imparts the counsel we need to live fulfilling lives James 1:22).

        Changes us and enables us to be what God wants us to be (Ephesians 6:17).

         Develops us as persons so that we make a difference in the lives of others (Psalm 1:1-30.
7      Encourages our obedience to God resulting in a strange faith (John 15:7).

This has truly blessed me and I found it with my Bible study notes. We all can fast, pray and study the Word of God for ourselves. Praise God for His Word. It’s my prayer that this will bless you as well ,as it has blessed me.
Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge

Friday, May 1, 2020

God's Unstoppable Power

We live in a world where we are faced with many ungodly activities. God's perfection in the beginning was destroyed. God's pursue is unstoppable.  Being unstoppable didn't mean we wouldn't have challenges.  The power of the Holy Spirit fulfills God's plan for the church. Just to name a few apostles in the Bible that was unstoppable.

The word reminds one of the early days of the church.  The apostles were faced with conflicts to stop the progress, but the adversary actions fueled them to spread the gospel.  The Bible is sufficient for successful living. Jesus has promised us that He would show up if we would seek Him. As Saints of God, we too must be unstoppable as we minister to those who ae hungry for the gospel.

Peter and John was sent to jail for sharing the gospel.  They were determine not to be unstoppable as they were called to be an apostle. They were willing to take a stand for Jesus Christ.  We must have that same determination, that we will have an unstoppable attitude toward the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge