Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jul 28, 2011
THE STORY OF JUSTICE
We all know the story; the bad guys, lead by Ugly Nasty have robbed the bank, the savings of the people of Rattlesnake Gulch have been taken to the abandoned mine. But before Jake and his henchmen left they abducted the school teacher, (the stunningly beautiful, even in
Contributed by Timothy Smith on Sep 27, 2007
We lived in Montrose, CO for four years and often went to the town of Telluride. Telluride is a beautiful resort town, with skiing and a gondola and much more. But it didn’t always have a good reputation. To this day to get to Telluride you must drive a narrow, curvy, two lane road. Back in the
Unfortunately, some people assume they must get all their Bible teaching from some kind of religious “expert.” The idea is that Joe Average is bound to get it wrong if he tries to understand the Bible for himself, so he needs an expert to interpret it for him.
Which reminds me of a story I
Contributed by Mark Stepherson on Oct 17, 2011
TUMBLEWEEDS AND MESQUITE TREES
Have you seen those old movies about the wild West? Near the end, the good guy and the bad guy stand facing each other at opposite ends of the only street in town. The local folks, knowing what will happen, clear the street. They slam doors and shutter windows.
I heard a story that illustrates this point in an interesting way. An author named Bret Harte wrote a story about the Wild West, called “The Luck of Roaring Camp.” Roaring Camp was the meanest, toughest Mining Town in all the West. There were more murders and thefts than any other place around.
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Oct 25, 2005
Ask the Coach! (10.27.05--Making It!--Joshua 9:14-15)
I grew up in a time and place of heroes. Mostly my heroes were TV cowboys like Roy Rogers or the Cisco Kid. In those days there was something common to nearly every TV show--the hero had someone else standing beside him. Roy had Dale, his
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
Fasting is not just about giving up food, it is an attitude of repentance, of obedience and of humility before God. The best analogy for a fast that I know is something that happened to me while I was at work. I work as a police officer and one day, my sergeant asked a colleague and my self to go