On our journey to reach our God given potential, we will face challenges and obstacles along the way. As we face various situations in life, we are fighting against a spiritual enemy who aims to attack us with doubt, discouragement, chaos, stress, fear, insecurity, low self-esteem and more. While the enemy is armed with various tactics and schemes, God doesn’t leave us helpless and emptyhanded.
Wearing the Armor of God reminds us that God stands ready to equip us with special armor to defeat our enemy and win this battle. As we wear the armor, God can protect us from the enemy’s attacks and enable us to experience victory.
1) Be prepared by knowing the various tactics used by our spiritual enemy
2) Be equipped by understanding the function of each piece of the armor
3) Be ready to apply what you’ve learned through the use of personal reflection and discussion questions
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William Rollings is on a mission to encourage and equip people to reach their God given potential in life. He believes in investing in the lives of others and helping them learn and grow.
He aims to help people grow spiritually by presenting God’s Word in a manner that is simple, practical and easy to understand. He is the author of Wearing the Armor of God and two Christian devotional books – Jump Start the Next Generation and Jump Start Your Day.
William believes in helping people use their God given abilities to provide for themselves. He and his wife are the founders of the Rollings Foundation which helps people in South Africa build self-sustaining communities through clean drinking water and food security efforts.
As members of the Concord Church in Dallas, Texas, he and his wife have spent years leading several mission trips to South Africa. In addition, William created and facilitated training sessions to support the church’s mission trip leaders and participants for various mission trips.
His passion for reaching and teaching others also extends into the college environment where he has served as an adjunct professor at the Dallas County Community College District for over 15 years.
William earned his B.S. degree from Florida A&M University and his MBA from the University of Texas in Austin. His professional career includes years of corporate and Federal Government experience in management, product marketing, partnership management and Government real estate sales. He also led an in-house leadership development program for emerging leaders at a Government agency.
William and his wife, Grenna, have two beautiful daughters, Alexis and Alyssa. They currently reside in Ft. Worth, Texas. William is a native of Perry, Florida.