“I would like to buy about three dollars worth of gospel, please. Not too much– just enough to make me happy, but not so much that I get addicted. I don’t want so much gospel that I learn to really hate covetousness and lust. I certainly don’t want so much that I start to love […]
What can I say about a young man who has explored astronomy and conquered the Rubik’s cube? Who is a proficient drummer and an avid reader? Who loves being at home with his family but is not afraid to travel the world? Who can code a computer and is half way to earning a black […]
Here is a live instrumental performance of O Holy Night from our church Christmas Banquet.
I am currently reading “Organic Leadership,” by Neil Cole. I didn’t have to read very far before I was really struck by his description of leaders who have plateaued spiritually and are no longer growing. These are leaders who are educated and trained to be responsible for the growth of others. They spend their lives […]
Shepherd is repeatedly the metaphor the Bible uses to describe Jesus’ relationship to His people. In John 10:11 Jesus refers to Himself as the Good Shepherd. In Matthew 9:36 Jesus is moved with compassion because the crowds were like sheep without a shepherd. The 23rd Psalm declares, “The Lord is my shepherd.” The 23rd Psalm not […]
I love prophecy. I thank God for the times a word of prophecy has helped me see more clearly. I pray that the gift of prophecy will be seen more and more in the church. I want to obey the Bible’s command in 1 Corinthians 14:1 to “earnestly desire the spiritual gifts, especially that you […]