Keep It Simple

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The Basics: DO NOT allow some argument about things we all find hard to decide distract you. Keep it simple and live. As you know all people everywhere do things they know they should not do. It is such behavior that separates us from God’s love and presence. Without God, we cannot ever have life as God is life, and that apart from God is not alive. Yet God loves us anyway and promised to save us from our wicked ways. God promising to bring real salvation to the lost souls of men was and is a really big deal, … Read More

Kingdom Living

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His Kingdom first. People all over the world have a very familiar and similar reality. Each of us rise each day and face our individual circumstance, which, with little variation, is full of griefs and struggles and some comforts. How perfectly ordinary we…

His Bride

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Every week I pray the same thing for my wife and I. I pray that our marriage would be a picture of the Gospel. I know it is a lofty goal, perhaps unattainable, but I pray it…


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It was on the road to Emmaus when a stranger approached us as we contemplated and discussed the events over the last few days. We thought for sure Jesus was going to free us from the oppressive rule of the Romans. Then the stranger asked…


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What is our view of peace? We all search for peace in our, but there are daily struggles that disrupt our sense of peace. The workplace, the transit to the workplace, the tasks and priorites of our workday. Then there is the homelife as well. There are children to care for, meals to prepare, laundry, grocery shoping, after school activities, and the list goes on. We are up before the sun and back in bed shortly after the sun goes down. And the cycle continues. Where is the peace? Few of us, it seems, find peace…

Defend Against Temptation

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The best defense against sin starts with the thought. As a Christian we must determine ahead of time to purge our minds of sinful thoughts. If, on the other hand, we give in to the sinful thought and begin to fantasize about the feelings we might enjoy our walls are weakened and we form a desire to carry out that thought. Once we give into the desire we…


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Recently God worked in a particularly beautiful and not so subtle way in my life; He has worked through the snow storm…

A Christians Guide to Politics

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With the presidential election moving towards us at the speed of politics, I want to take this time to give you advice. You should vote for…just kidding. It is not my place nor my legal right as the pastor of a church (see 170(c)(2)(D) of the Internal Revenue Code) to publicly tell you which candidate you should vote for. Furthermore, I think Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, speaks truth when he says…

Marching Outside The Church

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On February 26, 1965, Jimmie Lee Jackson, died. And at his funeral Martin Luther King Jr. issued a fiery indictment, saying, “a state trooper pointed the gun, but he did not act alone.” You see, Jimmie Lee Jackson was a Black American Civil Rights activist who was…

Remembering a Martyr

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Imagine for a moment that you live in a place where the rule of law is explicitly intertwined with religion, such that even beliefs, the content of your mind, if judged to be an error by religious authorities, could lead to your torturous execution. Now imagine further that you find yourself imprisoned for…