);

Uncategorized

“Fear Not, for I Am with You”

     Unfortunately, there are those who are really struggling right now. They are asking themselves things like, “will I be able to keep my businesses open?” What about hourly workers who are not able to work right now? What about loved ones in nursing homes who can’t be visited? Who’s going to watch the kids […]

Continue Reading

The Genesis of Life

     It may seem strange to us today, but there was actually a time when people believed in spontaneous generation; they thought that life could spontaneously appear out of nonliving things. But since the days of Louis Pasteur and John Tyndall, back in the 1800s, man has abandoned this theory as false. It has long […]

Continue Reading

Convenience or Conviction?

Serving the Lord is never a matter of mere convenience. It cannot be. It is always a matter of conviction. Being a faithful Christian is, very often, an inconvenient thing to be. The actions of Jesus were never determined by what was convenient, but by His Father’s will. It was not convenient for Him to […]

Continue Reading

In Everything Give Thanks

Have you ever woke up one morning and you just didn’t feel much like facing the day? That’s how I felt one day last week. I was discouraged. But, unable to stay in bed, I pulled myself together and went about my day. While I sat in the office later folding church bulletins, I watched […]

Continue Reading

Lock-in

There will be a lock-in for 6th grade and up on December 6th-7th. This is from 8pm-8am. There will be plenty of snacks but you will need to eat supper before hand. Invite your friends. It will be a great time.

Continue Reading

Before and After the New Testament Scriptures (Part IV)

     Those miraculous gifts that the apostles and others had in the first century were to last only until the New Testament Scriptures were completed. Paul said,  Love never fails. But whether there are prophecies, they will fail; whether there are tongues, they will cease; whether there is knowledge, it will vanish away. For we know […]

Continue Reading

Before and After the New Testament Scriptures (Part II)

Even though the church did not yet have the New Testament Scriptures when it first began, and these were revealed by the Holy Spirit over a period of time (until the completion of the book of Revelation ca. 96 A.D.), those early Christians still had to have divine authority for everything they did in matters […]

Continue Reading