Article on Homosexuality
Jul24

Article on Homosexuality

“For a time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions and will turn away from listening to truth and wander off into myths.” – 2 Timothy 4:3-4     Dear Friends, We are warned in Scripture about the subtle work of the enemy to entice us away from beautiful truth. I’m referring to the Gospel Truth so beautiful that it...

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A Gospel Worth Proclaiming
May28

A Gospel Worth Proclaiming

Gospel “1The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God” – Mark 1:1 When first century readers heard that word “gospel,” it did not mean a type of book like we think. That word would have meant something different for Romans and Christians. When a Roman heard that word, it meant “joyful tidings”. When a new emperor was born or rose to power, Romans would send “Evangels” into the town that would proclaim...

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The Friend Zone: Is it all that bad?
May07

The Friend Zone: Is it all that bad?

My junior year in college I served in an organization with a girl, we will just call this girl Dora, and Dora was funny. We served together every week, and we enjoyed each other’s company. We would hang out with other friends, go to dinner with friends, and genuinely cared for each other. We were both single, and we were completely content with that. However, our friends were not. They noticed that we laughed together, shared stories...

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Hope in Special Needs
Apr07

Hope in Special Needs

April is Autism Awareness Month.  May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month.  June, July, August, more months of awareness for more important issues.  We can raise awareness for many things like Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and much more.  Raising awareness for these and other disabilities, diseases and issues that impact our life is a good thing.  Believe me, I have worn a few t-shirts and ribbons to start...

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Prayer for Fort Hood
Apr04

Prayer for Fort Hood

As a church we ask God’s comfort for the families of those who were killed in the shooting on Fort Hood Wednesday.  We pray God would give skill to the medical personnel treating those who were injured, and ask His healing hand upon each individual.  We thank Him for the faithful service of the first responders who helped end the shooting.  We pray all Christians in the Fort Hood area would point soldiers and civilians toward the only...

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Embracing Our New Identity
Apr01

Embracing Our New Identity

We often hear Christians, and I am most definitely included in this, say things like, “I’m such a sinner”, or in reference to other Christians, “We’re all just sinners”; statements of such pessimistic attitudes about who they are. This thinking, while not entirely wrong in one sense, misses the bigger picture of things in another sense. There seems to be a sense in which this kind of thinking...

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