Below are the notes from what I shared with our congregation a few weeks ago. I was encouraged to share the following by a guest who attended our church who found the comments helpful as his own church wrestles with similar thoughts/concerns. I love sports! I love the competition and love the pressure athletes face … More Calling a Timeout during the Pandemic
Here is a list of our top posts from the year of 2020. We recommend them to you as they still are very relevant to what we are experiencing at the beginning of this new year. I pray that these will encourage you today. 1. I Know A Place . . . A helpful devotional … More Top 5 Posts of 2020
People are hoping to forget 2020. With all its difficulty, we are hoping the troubles of this year will fade away and be forgotten. I saw a video online that showed a group of people taking the numbers “2020″ made out of wood and they threw it into a dumpster fire. It was a symbolic … More Lessons from 2020 for 2021
As much as God cherishes obedience, there is a type of obedience that He does not accept: surface level obedience. He desires true heart obedience, and rightly so. Thomas Watson comments on this type of obedience as he observes the trend of offering God this unacceptable obedience that is free from any internal workings. Heart … More What Is Unacceptable Obedience to God?
Yes, this is a click-bait title. We all know that the consumeristic aspects of Christmas (lights, Amazon gifts, and trees) are not the main point of the Christmas season. Obviously, the Christ of Christmas is center, and that is Christianity 101. So when the Christian embraces this fundamental truth, this Christ of Christmas becomes everything … More Christmas Is Everything to Us