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Raised In The Church

Posted on: December 17th, 2017

There was a young boy who was raised “in the church” but as he got older, became independent, he left the faith instilled in him by his parents. He noticed that without his childhood faith he was doing just fine in life. Great in fact! He had soared through college, landed a great career, married, more…

Having A Bad Day?

Posted on: December 10th, 2017

Having a bad day? Thankfully I am not, but I certainly know what it is like to suffer through one from time to time. A headache, the flu, a stomach bug or shoulder surgery can ruin any day. Someone telling lies and spreading rumors about you or, worse yet, hearing that a friend is the more…

Double Yellow Lines

Posted on: December 3rd, 2017

Double yellow lines on the highway mean stay on your side. When we think about that, all that stands between the other person and us are two yellow lines. If one crosses over, there can be tragic consequences. Just two yellow lines and the other persons’ willingness to heed the warning, protect us. Spiritually, we more…

Doctrine and Teaching

Posted on: November 26th, 2017

Pigeonholing is the process of compartmentalizing. By labeling a particular item a certain way, we can categorize it with other items labeled the same, and thus deal with it from a priority base of which items we think are most important. We all try to logically pigeonhole matters by priority. Sometimes, though, that process can more…

Lessons From Elijah

Posted on: November 19th, 2017

Elijah is an influential prophet, yet never wrote a book. He springs out of the Bible’s pages in 1 Kings 17:1 telling Ahab God will punish sinful Israel by a drought. Elijah is from Tishbeh, a city beyond the Jordan, in the tribe of Gad and the land of Gilead. We don’t know anything about more…