Blogs

21
Feb

Jesus, Teach Us to Pray

Prayer is a learned activity. All of the New Testament writers address the subject — the evangelist Luke most of all. The pages of Luke-Acts are punctuated with the prayers […]

09
Jan

The Great Reversal

I may forget his name, but I’m not likely to forget his dour expressions and gloomy outlook. Imagine a face with no laugh lines. Cheeks never dimpled by a smile. […]

31
Aug

Commentary on Zechariah 5

Zechariah 5 Visions of wickedness being taken away from God’s people Vs. 1-4 In the first part of this vision, Zechariah sees a scroll flying through the air. The scroll […]

31
Aug

Commentary on Zechariah 4

Zechariah 4 A vision, encouragement, and explanation. The Spirit will help Zerubbabel rebuild the temple. Vs. 1-4 Zechariah’s next vision is of a solid gold lampstand. The lampstand had a […]

31
Jul

Commentary on Zechariah 2

A vision of hope for Jerusalem and all humankind. Before we start, it is interesting to note that in the Hebrew texts Zechariah 1:18-21 is listed as 2:1-4. This would […]

26
Jul

Base, Better, and Best

It is possible for us to claim to know God and respect Him, while actually elevating ourselves to God’s place. One way this base disrespect occurs in when we ‘render […]

26
Jul

Deliberate Discipleship

The deliberate disciple is one who faithfully follows Christ as the result of careful and considered decisions based on New Testament evidence. All that he does in becoming and being […]

26
Jul

Evangelism and Prayer

As surely as we live at a time when our country and world especially need the saving, sanctifying gospel of Jesus Christ, these are times for not only fervent evangelism […]

26
Jul

Graduation Resolve

  To the graduates pictured on the inside of this expanded bulletin, we wish all the best of God’s blessings. We rejoice with you as you rejoice.  Knowing that life’s biggest […]

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