A Word for the Year – A Principle for Your Prayer Life
February 29, 2024
It Is Time To Move On!
August 6, 2021
Recently I had the privilege to talk and pray with a kind Christian lady where I was speaking. This sincere believer wondered if one decision in her past would prevent...
Dealing with Sadness
May 11, 2021
In a generation deteriorating because of sin we must always guard against allowing our own spirits to deteriorate. Sad days must not become sad Christians! Many are sad because of...
Dealing With Fear
March 9, 2020
What is ahead? As I write these words the news is filled with stories related to the Coronavirus that is sweeping the globe and the downturn of financial markets. Mix...
When God Changes Your Direction
January 22, 2020
Sometimes the straightest line between A and B is not the route God chooses for us. His ways and thoughts truly are higher than ours (Isaiah 55:8-9). At times we...
Now That You Are Called
September 2, 2017
Several weeks ago I published a short post on how to know when you have been called. (You may read the original post here.) It was encouraging to hear from...
The Danger of Erasing History
August 24, 2017
In 1948, Winston Churchill said to the House of Commons, "Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it." Our own nation is in the midst of a revolution....
“How Do You Know When You Have Been Called?”
July 18, 2017
When the Lord first began dealing with me about being a preacher I asked my dad, “How do you know when you are called to preach?” He gave what I...
A Word of Encouragement for Single Adults
October 6, 2016
For a time in our ministry Tammy and I had the privilege of working in the single adult department of our church. We had watched many of these young adults...
Living in the Present
March 4, 2014
Two of life's greatest enemies are the past and the future. I cannot change yesterday. I do not yet have tomorrow. And if I am not careful, I will allow...
Dealing with “Down Time”
December 27, 2013
Down times can often be down times. Activity, or lack of it, has a great deal of effect on our emotions. The closing days of a year are a very...
The Luggage of Life
December 31, 2012
It is my privilege to do a great deal of travel. Through the years I have learned it is best to travel light. Luggage slows you down and weighs you...
The Weekend Pulpit: What Ever Happened to Bethel?
byScott Pauley / Enjoying the Journey
(1 Kings 12:26-33) When God repeats Himself, it is always on purpose and for our profit. Sixty times in the Old Testament, Bethel is mentioned, but not once is it mentioned in the New Testament. How could a place where God was once preeminent seemingly disappear? (0854240302)