Devotional Blog

On every trip, decisions are made. Along the road of life, we inevitably face intersections and decisions about which way to go. It is at those moments that we must live by faith, asking God for wisdom and believing that He will never lead in the wrong direction. It is our hope that each article on the blog will encourage you to keep enjoying the journey…and look for Jesus along the way.

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Everybody Loves a Good Story!

Life is a story. Moses said, “We spend our years as a tale that is told.” Perhaps that is why people around the world love to hear a good story – in some way, we can all identify. We weep at tragedies, laugh at comedies, and thrill at adventures. The ancients passed along truth through…

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The Tale of Two Churches

We were in a meeting in a large city, a city known for sizable churches and well known preachers. One afternoon I had the privilege...
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How to Make Winter the Most Fruitful Season of the Year

Winter is not often thought of as fruitful. In many parts of the country short days and cold weather begin to limit the activities of...
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Taken For Granted

We take family for granted…until they are gone. We take health for granted…until it is broken. We take sleep for granted…until it refuses to come....
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Thank God for Your Critics!

It is inevitable that critics will come. If you obey God there will be some man who does not understand. And the critics are not...
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The 3 Most Important Times in A Revival Meeting

We have just come through one of the busiest seasons of the year for revival meetings. In reality, God chooses the season for revival. It...
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Special Announcement: New Podcast!

As a twelve year old boy the Lord called me to be a preacher of God's Word. Through the years He has confirmed that call...
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The Final Month of the Year: December 2017 Itinerary

We are drawing to the close of a very busy year! I am grateful to have a little extra time with the family over the...
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Would You Join Our Gospel Team?

The Apostle Paul rarely ever ministered alone. For each gospel advance he enlisted and engaged a missionary team. In his words, "we are labourers together...
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Our New Radio Program in West Virginia!

If you live in central or southern West Virginia I am happy to announce that we are beginning a daily radio program in December. Enjoying the...
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Thursday’s Thought: “FOR THANKSGIVING DAY”

I must be getting more sentimental in my old age. Over the last few years I have developed a great love for poetry. In so...
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Wednesday’s Thanksgiving Thought: Why I Am Grateful For What I Never Got

Families will gather around tables this week and briefly mention the many blessings for which they are grateful to God. For most of us the...
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Tuesday’s Thanksgiving Thought: “God’s Greatest Provision”

Over the last few days we have been building a list in our home. We live by lists! Grocery lists, to do lists, special event...

Monday’s Thanksgiving Thought

Gratitude begins vertical and becomes horizontal. As we offer thanks to the Source of every good gift, we are reminded of the many channels that...
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My Morning Meditation

Christ's greatest work was not done in a Temple or a synagogue. It was not accomplished through discussion with religious leaders or debate with skeptics....
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Going the Second Mile

It doesn't mean much to us, but to the crowd Christ was speaking to it was radical, revolutionary, even ridiculous. "And whosoever shall compel thee...
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A Lesson From A Student

A few days ago I was talking with a school teacher who has a number of special education children in her class. As we spoke...
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Are You In A Holding Pattern?

There are few things more frustrating than the pilot's announcement that your flight is in a holding pattern! How long? Why? What is the problem?...

A Word to Younger Preachers

Recently a precious friend introduced me as "a young preacher." I love those words. In fact, I am now at the age where I want...