The Queen of Sheba saw the greatness of Solomon and his God. Do we?
Is there a prize in life worth running for? Paul teaches us how to win the prize if we want it.
What a wonderful Lord’s Day for our ten graduating seniors and their parents! We share in your joy and celebration. From the reminder Moses gave the children of Israel to always remember what God had done for them, so we remind our special seniors, and all of us, today.
Mothers spend countless hours serving their children, but their most important job to instill the practice of service in their children.
We love both verses and hymns that assure us of the peace of God offered us in Christ Jesus, our Lord. This evening, we combine the two in a special service designed to encourage us all, especially our students entering exam week.
The church was in the mind and heart of God from before creation and was spoken about clearly by Moses and the prophets.
Many followed Jesus for the wrong reason. When He confronted them, they left Him, never to follow the Lord again. He then asked the apostles if they, too, wanted to leave. In one of the great moments of his life, Peter answered with the title of this lesson. Today, we ask, “Indeed, to whom shall…
With his final words of inspiration, Paul writes Timothy to “come before winter.” What did that expression mean then, and more importantly, what does it mean now?