Contributed on Jul 13, 2014
1) Service in Love (Romans 12:9-10), 2) Service in the Lord (Romans 12:11), 3) Service in Loyalty (Romans 12:12), and finally 4) Service in Lack (Romans 12:13)
In the latest summer installment of the movie Transformers: Age of Extinction: A mechanic and his family join the transforming Autobots as they are targeted by a bounty hunter from another world. Following the plot of the three previous transformers movies, vehicles transform to fight evil. This ...read more
Contributed on Jul 21, 2014
Spirit filled people 1) Sing (Ephesians 5:19), 2) Say Thanks (Ephesians 5:20) and are 3) Submissive (Ephesians 5:21)
If there was one thing that was evident to be seen among the children that participated in Vacation Bible School this week, it was joy. They sang songs that talked about God and His love. They had assistance from leaders and helpers in everything from crafts to snacks. There were activities that ...read more
Contributed on Jul 28, 2014
1) Comfort (James 5:13), 2) Restoration (James 5:14–15), 3) Fellowship (James 5:16a), and 4) Power (James 5:16b-18).
Iraqi Christians were forced to flee the northern city of Mosul under threat from Islamic extremists described on Tuesday leaving behind all their possessions. Signs emerged that the crackdown on the minority was causing tensions between the radicals and Sunni allies in the insurgency. The ...read more
Contributed on Aug 3, 2014
1) Nature (1 Thessalonians 5:4–5), 2) Behavior (1 Thessalonians 5:6–8), and 3) Destiny (1 Thessalonians 5:9-11).
You tend to know the maturity level of a person by how they spend their time. If, at the end of the day, you look forward to playing with toys, you're most likely a child. If you look forward to texting or skyping your friends you are most likely a teen. If you look forward to going to sleep, ...read more
Contributed on Aug 17, 2014
1) Faith (Hebrews 10:19-22) 2) Hope (Hebrews 10:23), 3) Love (Hebrews 10:24–25)
In 1976 Francis Schaeffer wrote a significant book titled How Should We Then Live? His purpose was to show how ideas as they have been embraced or discarded have shaped the rise and decline of Western culture. In his opening chapter he writes: “What [people] are in their thought world ...read more