Bill Hybels tells about an interesting experience after a baptism service in their church. He writes: “I bumped into a woman in the stairwell who was crying. I thought this was a little odd, since the service was so joyful. I asked her if she was all right. She said, ‘No, I’m struggling.’ She
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Mar 19, 2005
“Aunt Bessie’s Pickled Beets!” 2 Corinthians 7:2-13 Key verse(s): 10:“Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.”
The worst part of doing wrong is being found out. We’ve all been caught doing wrong in life; especially when we
Contributed by Gene Gregory on Sep 22, 2004
This past week, Gladys, Drew & I had the opportunity to return and visit Locke Station, Mississippi, the place I last pastored before we came here. It was just over 4 years ago that we felt the Lord lead us to move here and start this church. A lot has happened a lot has changed in those 4 years.
Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Sep 23, 2002
"At last I understood: in the final analysis, forgiveness is an act of faith. By forgiving another, I am trusting that God is a better justice-maker than I am. By forgiving, I release my own right to get even and leave all issues of fairness for God to work out. I leave in God’s