His Resurrection – Our Response & Responsibility

Early Sunday morning I sat in a quiet place and reread the resurrection account in each of the four gospel records. It is amazing how the Holy Spirit continues to open familiar texts again and again to us. I recently heard a friend say that if you…

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March Ministry

It was one year ago this month that so many things came to a halt. Isn't it wonderful to know that God continued to work? We are grateful to be able…

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The State of the Church

Typically in February the President of the United States addresses a joint session of Congress and delivers the traditional “State of the Union.”…

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Beginning Tomorrow

It is hard to believe it has been almost a year! The international shutdown at the beginning of the pandemic has become a point of reference in a…

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7 Ways to Show Kindness Today

Rush Limbaugh died today. He was one of the most loved and hated men in America, like so many who hold strong positions on anything. As I scrolled…

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More To Come

Are you worn down? Nerves on edge? Wondering what is coming next? These have been challenging days for so many, but we should not be surprised. As…

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News About A New Booklet!

Have you wondered in recent weeks what more you can do for your country? On this President's Day I am excited to announce the publication of a new…

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3 Things Every Preacher Must Remember

There is something very special and deeply spiritual about the moment when we are called to stand before a group of people - any people! anywhere! - and preach the eternal truth of God’s Word. How easy it is for us to lose the awe and humility that…

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Lessons Learned On A Walk Through the Woods

Henry Drummond who wrote the classic work on 1 Corinthians 13, The Greatest Thing In The World, was a naturalist. He believed that every spiritual…

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The King Is Coming!

What are you expecting to happen next in our world? Every day brings new challenges and changing circumstances. I cannot tell you what the…

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A Way To Escape

One of Satan's lies is that the besetting sin in your life (you know the one) will always defeat you. "That's just the way you are and it will never…

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One Revival Challenge & Two Pieces of News

These are exciting times to be serving Jesus. Yes, I know our nation is in a mess - but the Lord loves to step into the middle of a mess and do the…

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Enjoying the Journey Now On YouTube

Everyone has their favorite media platform to stream content - there are certainly plenty to choose from! Our daily broadcast is heard on a number…

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“Just Use My Name.”

In times of need it is wonderful to know someone who has abundant resources. A friend may send you to another with the instructions: "Just use my…

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January Meetings & A Word About Our Website

Tomorrow we begin the first meetings of a brand new year. We are grateful to God for allowing us to give the last five years to the work of…

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3 Things To Remember At The End of This Year

The end of the year is often a reflective time. Dr. Frank Sells, one of my favorite Bible teachers, used to warn us of becoming "morbidly…

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The Star Still Shines

Did you see the star? Over the last few days there has been a great deal of talk about the rare convergence of Saturn and Jupiter in the night sky.…

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Reading the Christmas Story

Dad and mom made it a practice to read the Christmas story with our family each Christmas morning. As a little boy this was a serious delay in the…

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How God Used A Christmas Passage To Show Me His Will

It was Sunday, September 7, 2015. My mind was racing in so many directions. I knew that God was working in my life to show me His will but it still…

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Beyond Bethlehem

I do love Christmas. While there are so many enjoyable aspects to this time of year, we must never forget that, for a Christian, every holiday…

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