Contributed on Oct 28, 2012
This is the introduction to a series that we look at where to go in the Bible when faced with difficult situations. This message looks at the validity of the source.
QRC Intro They are everywhere. You can find them in magazines, in newspapers, on bill boards, stores and restaurants. You know what I’m talking about those funky little square bar codes that are showing up everywhere. They are called Quick Response Codes and they were first developed by ...read more
Contributed on Nov 4, 2012
The message look at where to go in the Bible when you are tempted.
QRC: Temptation We’ve all been there, at one time or another. Standing on the very cusp of doing what we know is wrong. And we have to decide; will we do what we know we shouldn’t do or do we make the right decision. And each of us is tempted by something different in our lives, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 11, 2012
What if there were QRCs for situations we face in our lives? This message looks at where to quickly go when you feel like a failure.
QRC. Failure The year was 1863 and the US Civil War was in its second year. Historians tell us that at that point if you were keeping score the Confederate Army was ahead. The War had shifted its focus from the Southern States and General Robert E Lee was embarking on his second ...read more
Contributed on Nov 18, 2012
This message looks at what Forgiveness isn't.
He just kept right on smiling. It didn’t matter what they did or what they said he just kept right on smiling. They were American army officers and he was their Korean house boy, and for whatever reason they gave him a hard time about everything, he wasn’t fast enough, he wasn’t ...read more
Contributed on Nov 26, 2012
Where do we go when we have been disappointed with life and circumstances. This message deals with dealing with disappointments
QRC Disappointments That time of the year is coming again, you know when we can sit around our television sets and watch people’s hopes, dreams and aspirations crushed and ground into the dust. It was advertising guru Roy Williams who wrote “Every dream of the future is a seed. ...read more