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Never too Late

October 17, 2018

I have a travel companion. No matter where I travel, it comes with me. It is a piece of wood, about two feet in length, 2 inches wide and a ¼ inch thick. It’s been sanded smooth, and has been hand painted. I purchased it at a market in the Philippines over a decade ago.… Continue reading Never too Late

Are You a Son or Daughter of God?

September 12, 2018

In numerous places in the New Testament we find reference to the sons of God. Who are the sons of God? The simple answer, is that the sons of God are those who have experienced salvation, who have appropriated the work of Christ to their lives, and have been adopted into the family of God.… Continue reading Are You a Son or Daughter of God?

Ignorance Is Our Enemy

July 4, 2018

Almost two decades ago a Chilean man, now homeless and living on the streets of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, fled police who were bringing him news of a $6-million inheritance. Forty years earlier Tomas Martinez, and his wife had separated after only a few months of marriage. To escape prosecution for writing some… Continue reading Ignorance Is Our Enemy

Citizen Kane

June 27, 2018

Dr. Evan O’Neil Kane, had been a surgeon for almost four decades. He was concerned about the dangers of the overuse of general anesthesia. He needed an appendectomy candidate, who would be willing to undergo surgery using local anesthesia only. But it was tough to find someone who was willing to stay awake through such… Continue reading Citizen Kane

Welcome to Our Series on Inheritance

May 3, 2018

This month we began a series on inheritance. Understanding inheritance from a sound Biblical perspective is an essential ingredient to living an effective life for the Kingdom of God. Establishing His Kingdom is our earthly mandate. We do not preach the gospel of salvation but the gospel of the Kingdom. Salvation is not the end;… Continue reading Welcome to Our Series on Inheritance

The First April Fool

April 6, 2018

No one knows for sure where the tradition of April Fool’s Day comes from. It is said to be the most globally recognized, non-religious holiday of the calendar year. Whatever its origins people have been pranking one another on April 1st for centuries. This year April 1st, also happens to be Easter Sunday. Some might… Continue reading The First April Fool

Change

March 13, 2018

A sailor meets a pirate, and talk turns to their adventures on the sea. The sailor notes that the pirate has a peg-leg, a hook, and an eye patch. The sailor asks, “So, how did you end up with the peg-leg?” The pirate replies, “We were in a storm at sea, and I was swept… Continue reading Change

Tension

February 12, 2018

Have you ever watched those spiders skimming on the calm, glassy surface of a lake or a pond? They zip along effortlessly on the surface of the water, never sinking to the depths below. What enables the spider to walk upon water? Obviously, the fact that its total weight is less than a gram helps,… Continue reading Tension

Something is Troubling Me

January 3, 2018

A man consulted a psychiatrist. He complained, “I’ve been misbehaving, Doc, and my conscience is troubling me.” The doctor asked, “And you want something that will strengthen your will power?” The fellow replied, “Well no, I was thinking of something that would weaken my conscience”. That sounds funny, but in truth, it is way too… Continue reading Something is Troubling Me

Delivering Christmas

December 8, 2017

Christmas time is here. People are shopping, going to parties and making travel arrangements for the holidays. Yes, indeed it is the season, but nowhere is it probably more evident than at UPS, where they have hired an additional 95,000 seasonal employees to handle the rush. Between American Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, UPS will handle… Continue reading Delivering Christmas