Rest Is More Than A Conference

Rest was built into the creation week for a reason. Have you ever considered that the first day man ever lived on this planet was a day of rest? Adam and Eve were created on the sixth day and the very next day God declared a day of rest! Modern…

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4 Suggestions for Listening to Podcasts

"Have you ever thought about doing a podcast?" The young lady who first asked me this question was a missionary in China and interested in one thing…

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Meditations On Revival

In a world marred by sin and marked by suffering God’s people must constantly be reminded of the admonition: “Set your affection on things above, not…

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Taking Your Family To The Next Level

When I was a young man in Bible College I remember Pastor Sexton telling us that as we grew we must always work to bring our families along with us.…

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Needed: Heart Preaching

There are all types of preachers and a variety of delivery styles. For years I told young men in homiletics that the important thing was that they…

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Why Does God Bless ANY of Us?

There are some meetings that stand out in your memory, not because of what God did in others but because of what God did in your own life. It was one…

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A Divine Preservative

I love preserves...grape, strawberry, blueberry, blackberry...yes, I like them all! The preservative principle is that some substance is used to…

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Would You Join Us Tuesday Night?

Monday is a special day of remembrance across our nation as we reflect on those who have given their lives to protect our liberty. For a Christian, every celebration should be a rededication. We must not only enjoy the blessings that have come to…

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HELP WANTED

Most communities at this time report that local businesses are experiencing a shortage of workers. Ask owners and managers and you will find that…

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3 Things Your Pastor Needs Now

Every week I speak with pastors who are trying to keep their local church moving forward in the face of intense opposition. Pastors are called on to…

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Don’t Lose Your Laughter!

This week the Lord reminded me of a simple and yet profound truth. Tammy was taking me to the airport and we were talking about a number of things.…

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A New Listening Option for Full Length Bible Messages

"The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that published it" (Psalm 68:11). Technology and media platforms have provided amazing ways…

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Prime Time for Churches

This is not the worst time to be alive and serving God - this is the best time! Never before have people been more hopeless and searching. Never…

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The Revelation Series and Our Next Study

My heart has been helped studying through the Revelation of Jesus Christ over the last several months. Christians have no reason to dread and every…

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Order Now for July 4!

These are crisis days in our country. What can we do about it? In "The Need of Our Nation" we examine two Old Testament passages and two New…

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Dealing with Sadness

In a generation deteriorating because of sin we must always guard against allowing our own spirits to deteriorate. Sad days must not become sad…

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What Sets People Apart In A Cruel World

Do you know what sets people apart in a crowded world? It is not skin color, educational background, ethnicity, language, economic standing,…

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Guest Post: “Going Back On Your Upbringing”

Dr. Charles Keen has served as a faithful pastor, Bible teacher, author, Bible publisher, and missionary statesman. I am happy to call him my…

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What Is An Evangelist?

“Did you ever imagine that you would be an evangelist?” This question from a pastor recently was a reminder that for the first half of my life I…

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Progressives and Pragmatists

The progressive Christianity of our day is nothing new. Those who have studied history will recognize it as a resurgence of theological liberalism.…

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