Moving Day
Now that the sale of the building is in its final phase, we need to start looking ahead to moving out. In order to prepare us for our eventual moving day experience I want to make sure we know in advance some of the challenges we will face. Challenge #1 – CHANGE Nothing will be the same in the new place. We will have to get used to new parking, seating, lighti... read all »
Physician, Heal Thyself
I have been sick this month in a way I haven’t before. January’s deep freeze plus fatigue from too much travel, too little sunshine, and exposure to too many sick people finally did me in. I won’t go into the boring details. Suffice to say that none of the “systems” were operating and I didn’t know which part of my body to treat fi... read all »
Drifting Away
Christians never quit God in a single day. Oh, some give up the faith suddenly at times because of a great tragedy in their lives but these are the exceptions. No, the way that most Christians lose their faith is through “drifting”. Drifting is a slow removal of ourselves from the influence of God and His people. It is slow because drifting away from God ... read all »
Our Witness to This World
“By faith Noah, being warned by God about things not yet seen, in reverence prepared an ark for the salvation of his household, by which he condemned the world...” Heb. 11:7a In discussing Noah and the great flood we sometimes get lost in the debate over the probability of such a great catastrophe actually happening or the logistics of how so many animals... read all »
Everybody Dies
They say that famous people die in groups of three. This week has lent credence to this social phenomenon as former U.S. President Gerald Ford; R&B singer James Brown; and deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have all died within days of each other. Aside from the morbid curiosity factor of seeing familiar people die in quick succession, their passing also high... read all »