Over the past two weeks, we have heard from the pulpit that God knows us. We are known by God. Not just on a surface level, first name basis, but rather deeply and intimately known. But, I desire to flip that the other way onto us. Do we know God as He knows us? Is…Keep reading
Beginning Sunday, September 19, we will launch an eleven week sermon series in the book of 1 Peter. Peter is an often neglected book of the New Testament, unfortunately overshadowed by Paul’s writings, the excitement of the Gospels, and the mystery of Revelation. However, this book is profitable, as is all of Scripture, for our…Keep reading
Usually, when one of our boys comes to me and tells me they need a new one of something. Whether they lost it, or wore it out, I can’t help but sigh and think about the money and time it will take to replace whatever they need. Today’s “I wore it out” had a very…Keep reading
The Word of God, as the psalmist proclaims, “is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” We speak often of the Bible as the “Truth,” His Word as being “God-breathed,” and “living and active.” Christians revere the Word of God, and understand it’s importance in instructing in all truth. But, have…Keep reading
This past Sunday, we announced that free copies of Gentle and Lowly, and Multiply were available in the back of the auditorium to pick up. It was amazing to see all the Multiply copies being picked up, and over half the Gentle and Lowly copies taken as well. With a post already written about Gentle…Keep reading
Sitting down to write this was a struggle that I’ve never really had before. I know why I put the project together, andI know exactly what I hope will happen because of it. But the question remains, how do I convey this to you? I suppose the project came around because of two thoughts that…Keep reading
I think, in our current time, we have lost or nearly forgotten what the word “holy” really means. We may have an idea of it, but that idea is only a candlelight compared to the blazing inferno that it truly is. The word carried monumental weight in the ancient world, and during the Biblical eras.…Keep reading
This month, we will be journeying through the differing ways that God has been faithful to His Church, and will also be celebrating ways that He has been faithful to our particular church. It is important within our modern day in age, to look first at the reason for the Church, and the scriptural mandate…Keep reading
In November 2020, I found myself at a local pastor’s fellowship, where I was given Gentle and Lowly written by Dane Ortlund. The book piqued my interest, not primarily because of the title, but rather, because of the author’s last name. Dane is the son of Ray Ortlund. Ray is a pastor and author that…Keep reading
Each Wednesday night, in my Old Testament class, I pose the question, “why should we read the Old Testament today?” Weighing in at over half of the Bible, there must be a purpose behind it? Now, there are many reasons why we today may open up to read it, but the one I want to…Keep reading
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