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Currently, I am taking our church’s youth group through a series on relationships. Last week we covered the topic of marriage from Genesis 2:15-25. In this passage, as God sees Adam all by his lonesome, we read: Then the Lord … Continue reading
Dads, Your Children Need You. “Fathers are incredibly influential, both directly and indirectly. Children were created to respond to the influence of a father. A man can have a complete lack of influence in his personal and professional life, but … Continue reading
Women in Battle? “What kind of a society puts its women on the front lines to risk what only men should be called on to risk? In countries ravaged by war, we consider it a tragedy when the battle comes … Continue reading
God Actually Spoke to Me. A story of a man who heard the voice of God. Mizzou & a More Excellent Way. An amazing story demonstrating the power of the gospel and the hope of true reconciliation. “This gentleman started … Continue reading
God is Bigger Than My Cancer. “As I prepared for chemotherapy, my wife smiled and handed me a handmade card, colored bright with crayons and signed by a fifteen-year-old girl with Down syndrome in our congregation. My tears flowed as … Continue reading
Battle Plan. An excellent help to the necessary work of killing sin. Don’t miss this. Why Time Management is More Difficult Today Than Before. “Time Management is so much more difficult in our current knowledge economy era than in the past … Continue reading
To Parents Who Have Lost a Child. “Losing a child is the most difficult and painful experience I can personally imagine. What do you say to someone who has lost a child? What can you say? And, perhaps more importantly, what … Continue reading
3 Principles for Asking for Forgiveness. Why we should never say, “I am sorry that I have upset you. Will you please forgive me?” with 3 things with must make sure to keep in mind when asking for forgiveness. Parents, … Continue reading