Because we are sinners, receiving the grace of God is our greatest gift. But how do we respond to the undeserved favor of God? The answer to that question will determine our eternal destiny.
Life is a series of cycles and stages, and each one has its own importance. While the years of one’s youth can be the most challenging, they can also be the most exciting and rewarding. This is the Biblical view of youth, as seen in the young men and women God used to accomplish His…
This evening at 5:00 in Loyd Auditorium we celebrate the unity and love we share with all our brothers and sisters in Chester County. As we prepare for that service, we are reminded of the basis for that unity given in this special passage of scripture.
As Paul came to the close of his sterling life, he revealed what sustained him as he fought the fight and finished the course: he kept the faith. As a result, the faith kept him!
The Lord called children “the greatest in the kingdom of heaven;” that is why both He and we love them. May we not only know the difference between childishness and childlikeness, but may we practice it.
With the recent losses of those we love in our church family, we long even more for “a beautiful place called Heaven.”
Walking in the steps of Jesus should be a constant reminder of the depth of our blessings and the height of our opportunities as a special congregation of the Lord’s people.
We have no choice about making choices, every single day! The choices we make and how we make them will set the course for our life here, and for our life to come.
This is the theme for the thirty-seventh year of Horizons based on the experience of Paul in Thessalonica, Greece during the second missionary journey. As the apostles “turned the world upside down” with the gospel message, so are we to confront our lost world with the lifesaving news that Jesus is Savior and Lord!
On Father’s Day, we are reminded of the godly qualities our heavenly Father possesses, and the same qualities we are to pursue in every life setting, beginning in our homes.