No quality is of greater value in developing Christ-like character than honesty. How easy it is for us to fall into the practice of deceit, deception, and lying, especially when it appears to be for our advantage. With every falsehood, however, there will be consequences.
This is the title of a new song recently taught in chapel that is captivating and compelling. It begs for an answer to the question, who or what do you have if you don’t have Jesus?
Having a clear picture of our eternal home with God will influence our daily decisions. This morning, we want to think about eternity and the hope that is an anchor for the soul.
God calls for behavior from us as citizens of His kingdom to be such that it will bind us together in unity. It must begin with humility.
Today we honor fifteen of our finest, our high school seniors! We love them, we are proud of them and their parents, and we pray for them as they enter and exciting future!
Unforeseen and unpredictable events can cause us to live “under the circumstances.” In a stirring passage of Scripture, Paul reminds the Philippians and us there is a better way: we must learn how to live through our circumstances rather than under them.
Another year is quickly being put behind us. What do you have in store for the coming year? What are your plans? Paul has some suggestions that can help us as we enter the new year.
The Thanksgiving holiday provides us the opportunity to take stock of just how richly blessed we are, materially and spiritually. It is when we learn the difficult lesson of contentment that we also learn the true meaning of thanksgiving.
Paul closes the first chapter of Philippians by encouraging them to live in such a way their life commends the gospel message, leading them closer to the Lord, while leading others to the Lord. The same must be true of us.