Article 2.20.19

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Evangelism. The English word is derived from the Greek term which literally means “to bring a good message or to herald good news.” Of course, the word took upon special significance with the work of Christ, and early believers embraced God’s good news, identifying it as the...

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Article 2.13.19

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Phillip Yancey once wrote a book entitled Church, Why Bother? When I saw that title, I began to ponder the question for myself. After all, why should I bother with church at all? Two thoughts came to mind. The first concerned the PERSON. My whole perspective on life changed because of the man...

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Article 2.6.19

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Multigenerational: “consisting of, relating to, or involving more than one generation (as of a family).” What an adjective to describe the church!  I know that over the past five years you have heard me speak about our goal of remaining a multigenerational congregation. It is...

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Article 01.30.19

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Outside of the recent government shutdown, the major news story of the last two weeks has been centered on the recent NFC Championship Game and the upcoming Super Bowl. In particular, attention has been given to a call, or better yet a “no call,” that occurred in the Rams/Saints game...

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Article 1.23.19

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George W. Truett once said the church that is not “missionary in spirit and practice does not deserve the ground upon which its building stands.” And I couldn’t agree more! We are all grateful for God giving us a place to worship as a faith family and to study His life-giving...

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Article 1.16.19

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As I continue to read and study the book of Acts for Sunday mornings, I am simply struck by the power of God to overcome barriers and obstacles that threatened the Gospel’s advancement. Whether it was governmental or religious opposition, geographical or ethnic challenges, demonic...

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Article 01.09.19

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Well, we are officially back in the swing of things! I’m not sure about your household, but my family has returned to our routine of school, extracurricular activities, etc. And yes, it was somewhat difficult. In truth, Leslie had to pry us all out of bed on Monday morning . . . and...

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Article 1.2.19

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Our Lord is in the business of doing new things. Consider for a moment some of the verses that remind us of this reality: “Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness.  ‘The Lord...

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Article 12.19.18

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“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). This is the Gospel. This is the message of Christmas. This season, as all seasons, focuses upon Jesus Christ and His mission for...

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Article 12.12.18

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Every time I enter into the Christmas season, I am reminded that this is the most wonderful time of the year—at least in my opinion! From the decorations to the special gatherings to the food, these holidays offer a spirit of celebration and blessing. I especially love the Christmas...

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