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02 Nov


Even In the Rain

November 2, 2022 | By |

When we put our trust in Jesus, He rains down promises of forgiveness and eternal life. Just as the rain comes and refreshes, cleanses, and makes the ground fruitful, the blessing of His Spirit brings the same qualities into our lives.

Lamentations 3:22-23 (ESV) states “the steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”

No matter what you’re going through, remember God wants to rain down His blessings on you. God is with you, even in the rain.

The S.A.L.T. Connection is currently working on getting grants so that we can be a blessing to others. We would like to partner with other “like-minded” non-profit organizations. Partner with us through your generous donations and be a blessing to others, “Even in the Rain.” You can click here to make a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

24 Jun


Storms Strengthen Us

June 24, 2022 | By |

Some may have to weather a spiritual storm a little longer than others. Storms come in our lives to make us stronger; however, they will not be over until God says they are over.

When you have hope in God and focus on His promises, He will renew your strength. Isaiah 40:31 (KJV) states: “But those that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.”

While in the midst of a spiritual storm, you must Praise, Pray, and Persevere. Remember to ask God to renew your strength and believe that those who trust in Him are recipients of His gracious strength.

God is daily strengthening The S.A.L.T. Connection and we are asking you to partner with us in ministry growth through generous donations. You can click here to make a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

15 Mar


The Harvest is Ripe

March 15, 2022 | By |

Our lives are to be ordered under God as King. The kingdom work we do is not about us or our personal dreams. We need to understand that God’s Kingdom priorities should bring wholeness. As we see God’s miraculous work in our midst, we should be ready for change and have a greater trust in Him.

Praying earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send laborers out into His harvest is important. Luke 10:2 (KJV) states: “The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few.” Today, let’s be more like God by going out into the cities and villages teaching and proclaiming His Word. Let’s be intentional by praying, fasting, studying and obeying God’s Word so we can help meet the needs of others.

The harvest is ripe for The SALT Connection! Through your generous donations and support, God has allowed us to partner with New Hope Christian Fellowship of Denison, TX. Through this partnership, a new eight-week SALT Pouring Class has been implemented. These classes will give women the basic instructions of how to effectively study the bible for spiritual growth.

To help us continue the work of God, your support is greatly appreciated. You can click here to make a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

06 Dec


You Can’t Beat God’s Giving

December 6, 2021 | By |

If God were to ask you today, “what can I do for you?”; what would be your response? Would you tell God to give you money? Would you tell Him to give you that man or woman (a spouse)? I believe many of us have a wish list of things that we really want to come true in our life. Ultimately, all of us want to simply live a happy and joyful life, and we have been taught that some of these wants bring about happiness and joy.

King Solomon was asked by God (1 Kings 3:5), “what shall I give you?” Solomon’s response was “ give to your servant an understanding heart”. Many of us would have asked out of want; which is what the world provides.

Why do we seek from the Lord what the world, or even man, can provide? We go out and work for money and then spend the money that we worked for. All we end up doing is swapping money around with each other. We should look for God to do the impossible in our lives. We should want God’s giving; because He has something better for us; something that this world or man can’t offer.

The Lord tells us that His thoughts and ways are not like our thoughts or ways because He is God. Therefore, what God can give us is greater than what we can even fathom.

Peter said (1 Peter 5:6), “humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God.” When you ask the question, “how can I receive what God has for me?” this is your answer: we must humble ourselves, take off pride, submit ourselves to the Lord, and then devote ourselves to God.

The holiday season is not the only time that people need help. Giving should be done daily in our Christian journey.

The S.A.L.T. Connection has decided to bless others who are in need and your support is greatly appreciated. You can click here to make either a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

Remember, God’s giving can’t be beat no matter how you try. Please join us in blessing others during this joyous season!

30 Jun



June 30, 2021 | By |

In life we will encounter storms that will cause us to feel like we are sinking and there’s no hope. Things are falling apart probably because we are doing something contrary to God’s Will.

Distractions can cause you to doubt and not believe. What we need during this crucial time is to recharge and refocus on the Word of God. It is God who seeks us and when He corrects, He directs us.

To avoid distractions, we must remind ourselves what God says in Deuteronomy 31:6 (NIV): “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you.”

In your prayers, ask God to help you overcome every power of distraction in your way and to destroy them in the Name of Jesus. Today minimize the noise around you and focus totally on God. Don’t allow distractions to shift your attention from Him.

The S.A.L.T. Connection ministry keeps women focused on God through the reading, studying and application of His Word. Staying close and connected to God enables our ministry to teach and pour into others. Your donations help us to be Great Disciples of God. We ask you to take this opportunity to pour into our mission and vision, so that we can continue the work God has called us to do. You can click here to make either a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

11 Mar


Lord Breathe On Us

March 11, 2021 | By |

Have you ever seriously thought about why God breathed life into the nostrils of man? Breath is cleansing. In Genesis 2:7 it says “then the Lord God formed the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living creature.” God created us to related to Him, to engage in productive work, and to be morally responsible to Him. During this season God is reminding us of who breathes life into us, who gives us grace and mercy every day and why we should live every day of our lives for His glory. Our purpose is to pour into others by sharing who God is and why we should all serve Him. Normally breathing is something we do without thinking. Shortness of breath means you’re consciously thinking about breathing, even while you’re at rest. When you open your eyes every morning, don’t forget who breathes into you and gives you life. Make every day count by choosing to serve God and help lead other to Him. “You can do this by studying God’s Word, applying what you’ve learned, living in obedience to God and teaching others about God.” Remember, without God’s breath, we would not live. Call out to God and ask Him to breathe on all of us. God continues to breathe on the S.A.L.T. Connection. Donations are welcomed as our program continues to provide biblical and mentorship training to Christian women. We are a 501 3(c) and every dollar donated goes directly to furthering Kingdom Building. You can make donations by clicking here.

02 Dec


Mouths to Feed: A True Disciple Feeding Hungry Souls

December 2, 2020 | By |

God’s Word gives us the best examples of trusting Him and leaning not to our own understanding. In the ninth chapter of Luke, we find the disciples traveling everywhere with Jesus. They have seen Him heal the sick and cast out demons. Jesus was preparing them to perform miracles; using the same authority and power that He had.

Large crowds had begun following Jesus and the disciples. They were being taught God’s Word and healed of sickness. The disciples wanted to send the crowds away for food and lodging, but Jesus suggested that they should feed them.

The disciples had quickly forgotten who they were traveling with and what He had shown them along the way. They were only focused on the limited food supply. They failed to see that Jesus was the supplier of all their needs.

During this pandemic, we must learn to shift our focus on Jesus, and commit to doing His Will. Following Christ and making disciples should be every Christian’s desire. The only way to do this is to deny yourself and forsake anything that will stand in the way of serving Him.

God has called The S.A.L.T. Connection to feed hungry souls. This can be accomplished with your continued prayers and financial support. During this season of giving, help us to give to others who are in need. You can click here and make either a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

15 Jun


An Opportunity to Pour

June 15, 2020 | By |

Go and pour! This is what Jesus commissioned the disciples to do in Matthew 28: 19 when He said “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,” from the New American Standard Bible (NASB). The key words in this scripture are “all the nations”. Jesus knew that there was a sin problem in the world and the only resolution was to help people become like Christ in character, conduct, attitudes and actions.

In light of the issues that we currently face, we must not lose sight that God has not changed His plans to redeem the lost. Dr. Henry Blackaby said it best when he stated “God has always been involved in the world to reconcile people to Himself and He takes the initiative to involve His people with Him in His work” (ref. Experiencing God by Henry and Richard Blackaby).

ALL lives really do matter in the eyes of Jesus and you and I have been given the opportunity to share the gospel to ALL. Let us not lose sight that there is a sin issue and it is our job to plant seeds into the hearts of others and allow the Holy Spirit to work on the hearts of those we witness to. If you really want to help change the lives of others for the better, then tell them about Jesus so they can also be saved.

The S.A.L.T. Connection is a non-profit organization that has a desire to mentor and make disciples. We ask you to take this opportunity to pour into our mission and vision, so that we can continue the work that God has called us to do. You can click here and make either a one-time donation or setup a recurring donation.

04 Mar


Having A Heart That Makes God Smile

March 4, 2020 | By |

Is your heart making God smile? I asked myself this question as I reflected on the passage of scripture, which says; “I, the Lord, search the heart, I test the mind, Even to give every man according to his ways, according to the fruit of his doings.” Jeremiah 17:10 (NKJV).

We tend to become so consumed with our external looks and actions, sometimes forgetting that none of what we do matters if our hearts are not making God smile. As Christians, we are called to live a life that is pleasing to God by doing His will and obeying His commands. Throughout the Bible, we discover that the Lord knows those that are His. He looks on the inside and reads the heart of a man. The Lord knows the thoughts of man’s mind and the motivation of a man’s heart. God can read the thoughts of our inner mind, and He knows all those who trust His Word, and have their heart turned towards Him.

The heart of Jesus is full of compassion and love. His perfect heart made a way for us to have a clean heart. Let us be reminded that He is the one who evaluates our hearts, weighs our hearts, and judges our hearts. His rewards are solely based on the internal doings of our heart. Let us make a habit of making Him smile!

You can also help bring a smile to The SALT Connection when you shop at AmazonSmile. It is a simple and automatic way for you to support us every time you shop, at no cost to you. The added bonus is Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to us. To shop at AmazonSmile, simply go to and choose The SALT Connection as the charitable organization.

30 May


The S.A.L.T. is Pouring: Blake’s House Partnership Underway

May 30, 2019 | By |

I recently did some research to find out what the word “pour” means. I liked how the King James Version (KJV) dictionary described this word. It stated, “bestowing or sending forth in copious abundance.” To gain a better understanding of this description, I broke it down as follows:

  • Bestowing – To present as a gift
  • Sending Forth – To cause something to be heard
  • Copious – Yielding something abundantly
  • Abundance – A very large quantity

Jesus said “Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age,” Matthew 28:19-20 (New Living Translation).

Simply put, we, as Christians, are to: go, present Jesus Christ as the gift, speak loudly so that the world can hear, making sure that what we present yields an abundance of disciples! And the greatest assurance we have is that Jesus will be with us always.

One way the S.A.L.T. Connection is “pouring” is our new partnership with Blake’s House – a non-profit organization that seeks to give young women facing homelessness a chance to live a new story. The SALT Connection will provide biblical education, and spiritual mentorship during their time at Blake’s House.

As we pour into these ladies, our goal is to give them spiritual insight to live an abundant life. We are doing this by:

  • Conducting weekly Bible study classes
  • Building new relationships
  • Helping them navigate life using biblical principles

What does “pouring” look like in the Christian life? It means to give of ourselves in such a way that it will influence how others want to live for Jesus. It is about taking what we have (our knowledge and experience of Jesus Christ) and depositing it into the life of another; so that they can live abundantly.

How do you plan to pour? One way is to donate to the S.A.L.T. Connection to help us continue our vision of pouring God’s Word into women so that they can pour into other women. You could share the word of Jesus Christ yourself to help make disciples as led by God.

Tell us how you plan to pour!