| From the Pastor's Desk|
|If I knew the day.|
Couple of days ago my wife Betty asked me a question. It was, if I knew the day that Jesus was coming, how would I have to change my life?
That was a good question. But there is another. Inasmuch as we don’t know when He is coming, how should we be living now?
|Lessons from a Tree|
Based on John 15:1-2
MEMORY TEXT: “Every branch in Me that beareth not fruit He taketh away: and every branch that beareth fruit, He purgeth it, that it may bring forth more fruit” (John 15:2).
Some years ago my wife and I bought a small grapefruit tree. We knew how... Read More
| Marriage & Family|
|God Forbids Marrying Unbelievers|
God Forbids Believers Marrying Unbelievers—Never should God’s people venture upon forbidden ground. Marriage between believers and unbelievers is forbidden by God. But too often the unconverted heart follows its own desires, and marriages unsanctioned by God are formed. Because of this many men... Read More
| Better Living|
When was the first time you heard the expression, "Good Grief”? The young in heart will recognize it as one of Charlie Brown's favorite expressions in the comic strip, "Peanuts." But the experience of grief is not for the comics. Though grief is a common and even a necessary... Read More
| Signs of Our Times|
|100 Million Christians Persecuted|
About 100 million Christians are persecuted around the world, with conditions worsening for them most rapidly in Syria and Ethiopia, according to an annual report by a group supporting oppressed Christians worldwide.
Open Doors, a nondenominational Christian group, listed North Korea,... Read More
| Tackling Tough Issues|
|The church is not a hospice; it's a hospital for sinners.|
A hospice is a place where the terminally ill are cared for during their last days. But the church isn't a place where sinners come to stay as they are until they die. The gospel of Jesus doesn't save us in our sins or in spite of our sins but from our sins (Matthew 1:21). In the... Read More
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