Posts from January 2017

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Choosing the Right Path

by Office Secretary

We make many decisions over the course of a day, a year, or a lifetime. Each choice starts us on a path that often has a predetermined outcome. Some choices we are forced to make, while others are done out of a sense of desire, or simply because there is a choice to be made. […]

Walking With the Wise

by Office Secretary

How do we discern between what is right or wrong today? Are we convicted in our spirits by God’s word and by the guiding prompts of the Holy Spirit, or do we look to see what others are doing and gauge our behaviors on some sort of lopsided comparison? Proverbs 13:18-21 offers a bit of […]

Maintaining Hope

by Office Secretary

Why do we struggle so hard in this profane, shameless culture in which we find ourselves? The answer for followers of Christ is that we are being changed to be more like Christ, but we still look around to see what others are experiencing in their realities. We want to please God, but we are […]

Say What?

by Office Secretary

Both the Old and New Testaments address the issue of words / communication / talking. Words have power in that they can cause great harm or bring healing. Lack of coherent, clear communication can lead to a multitude of troubles. Proverbs 13:3 offers this tidbit of common sense and truth: “Those who control their tongue […]

Are You A Leader?

by Office Secretary

A wise person once said, “If you look behind you and see that nobody is following, then you are not a leader.” How does that apply in the real world? It seems as though modern people don’t follow leaders due to great conviction that the person being followed has what it takes to help them […]

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

by Office Secretary

As I was doing my daily devotions this morning and came across a verse that I am having trouble wrapping my mind around. At first glance, it did not seem that the verse represented reality, but when I had a few minutes to reflect on stories that I have read in scripture perspective became more […]