November 2017

Veterans Day Message

October 2016

Four Signs of a Healthy Christian Heart (Part 1 of 4)

In this parable, we find two primary applications: Keep it. Sow it. There are three primary objects in this parable: the sower, the seed, and the soil. – Sower: Jesus and believers who share His message (Mt. 13:37) – Seed: Word of God (Luke 8:11) – Soil: Hearers (Luke 8:12-15) Luke 8:4-15 The four types […]

The Influence of Encouragement

John is in prison and losing his influence. John had been put in prison by Herod. Herod had married his own sister-in-law, and John publicly rebuked Herod’s flagrant sin (Mt 14:3-5). John had stated several times that he must decrease and Christ must increase. John had directed his many disciples to follow Christ. In prison, […]

Ten Preventions to a Divided House

The Secret to Unconditional Love

Each and everyone of us desires to be loved, so why don’t we do it more? What is the secret to this great mystery? How can the very thing we all crave be so hard to find and give? Could it be that love is found in something else that is harder to find and […]

September 2016

The Heavenly Ladder

Everyone wants to advance in their life in some way, but the avenues in which people try to climb are as numerous as there are people. If you look around, you will see people climbing the . . . Corporate ladder Religious ladder Family ladder People ladder Community ladder Government ladder Business ladder Money ladder […]

August 2016

Four Lessons from the Temptations of Christ

Matthew 4 and Luke 4 reveal a dialogue between Jesus and Satan during Jesus’ 40-day fast and temptation in the wilderness. According to Mark 1:13 and Luke 4:2, Jesus had been tempted of Satan all 40 days, over and above the recorded temptations. Notice that directly after he was declared to be the Son of […]

But We See Jesus

So our family was driving in for one of our church services a few weeks ago, and Charity began a dialogue that adults would usually avoid. She began by asking the question: “Will we see Jesus at church today?” Martha immediately responded: “Jesus is always with us.” Charity firmly rebutted: “No, I never see Him. […]

July 2016

The Eternal Stone

As we read Daniel 7, we are brought into the setting of a Hebrew man in his 60s of royal blood who has been serving leaders of the world power–the same world power that besieged his home country and took him captive. Daniel serves these leaders as an advisor and an interpreter of dreams as […]

Stand with God

It is far better to be with God in the fire than to be without God outside of the fire! We as a people, a church, a nation, need to follow the example of these 3 Hebrew boys and stand for biblical convictions! May we learn to stand for truth and with God! Let’s observe […]

June 2016

Controlling Your Thoughts Through Life’s Highs and Lows

Have you ever found yourself thinking negatively or even with thoughts of depression? Can a believer get depressed? Well, this passage reveals one of the most famous prophets in the OT going through a time of depression. Today, we are going to examine what led to this state of depression and then propose some applications […]

One Revelation is Not Enough

Have you ever considered how someone like Samson could have such a miraculous birth and calling and yet live so dishonoring to God and his parents? It makes one wonder if he ever developed a personal relationship with God in his youth and if his parents modeled a relationship with God for him to see. […]