I wrote this piece for Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs follow the link to read the whole thing! "The reality is we all pray, Christians and non-Christians all pray at times. Prayer and forms of prayer are found all over the world and all cultures. Just like a weapon system will still fire if not sighted... Continue Reading →
I was going to write a list of do’s and don’ts for this Memorial Day for pastors and other ministers. Like, "do not thank a veteran for their service on this day", or do not say, "happy Memorial Day to people." At this point it would just be redundant and others have written in great lengths about the do’s and don’ts and if you choose to ignore them that is really your own ignorance and folly, just be warned you could hurt people.
I wore these shoes when I graduated Basic and Advanced training in the Army. I also wore these shoes when I graduated all my military schools that required dress uniforms. I wore these shoes when I graduated from college. I am now going to wear these shoes as I graduate from Seminary.
I am working on a sermon that includes a few lines from a well-known hymn, “Come Thou Font of Every Blessing” I spent some time reading about the history of the author as well as the history of the song. Here is the song for you to enjoy.
The sufficiency of Scripture means that Scripture contained all the words of God he intended his people to have at each stage of redemptive-history, and that it now contains everything we need God to tell us for salvation, for trusting him perfectly, and for obeying him perfectly. (2 Tim. 3:16–17). sufficiency of Scripture reminds us... Continue Reading →
“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16 All the Bible is inspired by God. Inspiration is the communication by the Spirit of God upon the minds of those writers chosen by providence to write the divine revelation. This divine... Continue Reading →
Preached on Dec, 31, 2017 When we look at the grand narrative of the Bible, the coming of Christ is a high point for us. But to appreciate how high of a point it is we must go to the lowest point. When we read the Bible we can think of it as a meta... Continue Reading →