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Whose Diagnosis is Reality?

by Office Secretary

The definition of “Christian” and the pursuits of church people in our world are at odds with the examples set forth in scripture. Rock and Roll concerts with smoke, flashing lights and hipsters singing never ending repetitious choruses will definitely draw a crowd. Focusing on being “relevant” forces the church to constantly adapt to the […]

Scars – Reminders of God’s Grace

by Office Secretary

Jesus said,”A person who has been forgiven little, shows only little love.” This statement takes place during a story in Luke 7:36-49, as Jesus is at the home of a pharisee named Simon. While Jesus was reclining at the table, an “immoral woman,” knelt before him washing his feet with her tears and drying them […]

Conforming

by Office Secretary

We are all conformed to a particular worldview. This worldview is chosen based on our interactions and experiences in life. For believers and followers of Christ, the bible is the foundation upon which we are supposed to build our outlook and participation in the circumstances in which we find ourselves. The bible directs us to […]

Attached or Unattached?

by Office Secretary

In a recent poll, 81% of those who claim to follow Christ understand that all believers are responsible to share their faith. However, 67% have not talked about Christ to anyone in the previous 6 months. What a sad set of statistics. No wonder people in our word find it themselves in hopeless situations and […]

Who Has The Power?

by Office Secretary

The famous saying of the cartoon and movie character He Man is, “I have the power!” He always makes this proclamation as he raises his sword over his head, and before beginning an adventure in which he seeks to overcome his dark, evil adversary Skeletor. In real life, who has power to overcome evil, wickedness, […]

Carnivals and Christianity

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Charles Spurgeon stated this when referring to church attendance, “If you have to give a carnival to get people to come to church, then you will have to keep giving carnivals to keep them coming back.” Spurgeon was a Baptist preacher in England the late 1800’s. Apparently he was also somewhat of a prophet. My […]

Satan Continues to Exalt the Sin of Pride

by Office Secretary

As we finish up with “pride month” we should take some time to evaluate what pride really is and what its consequences bring. In Genesis 3, Satan plays to Eve’s pride when he tempts her to break God’s command so that she can be like God, knowing the difference between right and wrong. Isaiah has […]

Compromising with Truth: Is Being “Woke” Necessarily a Good Thing?

by Office Secretary

Every aspect of society is under the scrutiny of “woke” people who believe their mandate is to demean, disturb or destroy every last bastion of traditional thinking. Whether historical. political, or biblical, deniers and denigrators are forcing their radical ideologies into our culture with the goal of impugning all recognized truth. Just because people do […]

An Urgent Message for this Time

by Office Secretary

A culture is upside down when right is considered wrong and wrong is openly applauded. Sex strikes by women who demand unfettered access to abortion is not a bad thing. Abstinence is the ultimate way of preventing unwanted pregnancy. However, these people do not see their new solution as the proper way to guard life […]

Lack of Passion

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Usually when we hear the word passion, its connotation leads our minds to a place of physical contact with sexual undertones. However, passion, or being passionate has a broad spectrum of application. Passion is a feeling of intense enthusiasm towards or compelling desire for someone or something, including, but not limited to hobbies, sports, leisure […]