When all is said and done, I am so very, very grateful.
If I only had a few things I could say to you as your pastor, what would those be? This week, the word of God compels me to speak the message found in 1 Corinthians 15.
Did Adam and Eve really mess us over, right from the start? Or is there a more powerful and hopeful plan at work?
The Bible calls every Christian a “saint.” But what does that mean? And how do we earn the right to wear that title?
Those of us in the church think we know what it means when we say we are “Christian.” But do we? How many of us are wholly, Altogether Christian, and how many of are only ALMOST a Christian? How can we know? John Wesley asked this question nearly 300 years ago, and it’s just as timely for us to consider today.
Is the love of Jesus more powerful than sin and hell?
What does the Bible say about the LGBTQ+ community?
Can an ancient text really be helpful to our world today? And just how important is it to what we believe?
Jesus only does what he sees his Father doing, and Jesus is always healing. What does that say about what we should be doing as Christians?
How should the Christian respond to the removals of Confederate and other public monuments? What are public monuments of any kind really saying?
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