If each of us set as a New Year resolution to be Christ centered, what would we gain in 2015?
As our elders present plans for 2015 this morning, let us resolve to generously support their leadership both spiritually and financially.
Tonight we begin a five lesson series from Isaiah 53, the Mount Everest of Old Testament prophesy. The last paragraph of chapter 52 is the introduction to this series on the Suffering Servant of God.
In view of the end of a day, the end of a year, or the end of life, how should we live?
God designed worship for our good and to His glory. Today, as once again we celebrate our Lord of lords and King of kings, may we do so with spirit, in truth, and with greater joy for all that He is, and for what He can help us become.
There are so many ups and downs for a Christian on the journey of life that we often feel defeated. In our down times we sometimes want to quit. May we never give up.
The “gift of life,” God’s special gift, is no less beautiful when it is accompanied by illness or weakness, hunger or poverty, mental or physical handicaps, loneliness or old age. Indeed, at these times, human life gains extra splendor as it requires our special care, concern and reverence. It is in and through the weakest…
This week we have suffered the loss of more precious people we love and now miss. Like them, we must keep our focus not on what we can see, but upon what we cannot see, that which is eternal and not temporary.
What can we do when a friend or loved one turns their back on the Lord who died to save them?