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  • The Week After Easter

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Apr 6, 2021

    What was it like on Monday for the disciples & followers of Christ after His resurrection the previous day? How about on Tuesday or Wednesday? Does your Christian life look more like the pre-Pentecost disciples or Post-Pentecost?

    This past week was a very fascinating week in the life of a church if you stop & think about it. We celebrated Easter last Sunday with special services & music. The church builds toward Easter for weeks but then as soon as Easter is over – it’s almost like back to business as usual. more

  • He's Alive; I'm Forgiven; Heaven's Gates Are Opened Wide

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Mar 25, 2021

    Sunrise Service - He's Alive by Don Francisco - a perfect blend of words and music that communicates powerful truths.

    There is a new, old song that I have loved ever since the first time I heard it. It’s new in the sense that’s it’s not a hymn of yesteryear but it’s old b/c it was first released in 1977 & some of you weren’t even alive then – 41 years ago. I wish I could play the guitar & sing it for more

  • Are You A Proof Of The Resurrection

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Mar 23, 2021

    Sunrise Devotional - The resurrection - too big of a sign to ignore!

    Earl Palmer, a Presbyterian minister who is with the Lord, tells the story about an experience he had while he was in seminary in Princeton, NJ. Following final exams 1 summer, he & 3 friends were returning home to the West coast from NJ. They decided to drive straight through with each of more

  • If Anyone Desires To Come After Me, He Must…

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Mar 14, 2021

    Jesus says these 3 things are MUSTS for anyone who desires to come after Him!

    In our western church culture, bigger is viewed as better. Bigger means success. Bigger means God’s blessing; God’s approval or better yet, special approval. Bigger is better! And to achieve & maintain this status everything the church does must be big – its music & “worship more

  • God, Our Great Burden Carrier

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Feb 25, 2021
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    God is our great burden carrier! Let me share with you 5 ways God does this – 5 ways He is our great burden carrier.

    One of the great contrasts between Christianity & other religions is that in Christianity God is the great burden carrier for His followers - where in other religions it is the followers who seem to carry the burden of their gods. The prophet Isaiah brings this out in the 46th chapter of more

  • What Happened? Series

    Contributed by Ed Lu on Feb 19, 2021

    A reflection on our part in the church

    A: What happened to my church? B: Whose church? You mean, what have we done to God's church? A: Yeah, what are we doing to it? B: To it? You mean to them, the people? A: Yeah, those. B: Those? You mean, us? A: Yeah, what happened to us, you and me? Oh, I see. C: As the Head, I am first. No more

  • Lord, Let Me Imitate Isaac's Trust

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Jan 6, 2021

    I am drawn to the trust & submission of Isaac to his father & the challenge it presents of whether I trust God to that same extent!

    Last month was the Academy Awards – which, just so you know – I did not watch nor cared to watch. But each year at this ceremony they give out awards for all sort of things related to movies & movie making. I guess the top or most important or most anticipated awards are the “Best Actor,” more

  • Session 6: Prepared (Luke 3:7-18)

    Contributed by Ed Lu on Jan 5, 2021

    Weekly summary and excerpts from Explore the Bible Lesson Sessions

    Warning (Luke 3:7-9) John the Baptist calls the religious leaders "brood of vipers", for deadly and devious were their ways. John tells the people to "produce fruit consistent with repentance or face destruction." Response (Luke 3:10-14) John's message causes 3 groups to more

  • An Ancient Promise Kept

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Dec 19, 2020

    The Incarnation was the fulfillment of an ancient promise by God.

    Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ, the Incarnation was the fulfillment of an ancient promise by God. Now ancient is an interesting term, at least in its usage. Children can use it to describe some-thing from their parents’ growing up years – IOW 30 or so years before, thus to them 30 years in more

  • God Is A Promise-Making & Promise-Keeping God

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Dec 17, 2020
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    God is a promise-making & therefore a promise-keeping God - so rejoice for that is who you belong too!

    The true story is told of a man who was a very qualified TV meteorologist but for some reason he did a terrible job when it came to actually forecasting the weather. In fact, he became something of a local joke when a newspaper began keeping a record of his repeated faulty predictions. They more

  • Christmas – Rescued From The Wrath To Come

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Dec 1, 2020

    Something else happened that fateful day when Adam/Eve disobeyed - not only did they become sinners & would die, but something else horrifying happened. Because of being sinners, they would face the wrath of this God they had previously only known as a God of love, enjoyment and fellowship.

    We are in the midst of a study of the Bk of Genesis & for the last few weeks have been in Genesis 3 studying the temptation of Eve. Eve, even though deceived by the serpent, makes a horrible decision & then she influences her husband, Adam, to follow her. And so in Genesis 3:6 we read 1 more

  • "The Passionate Commitment Of The Lord…”

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Dec 1, 2020

    I’m sure you have heard the following expression said concerning someone (and most times it is said in a negative context) but the expression, “So & so has an agenda!” or “That group has an agenda!”

    I’m sure you have heard the following expression said concerning someone (and most times it is said in a negative context) but the expression, “So & so has an agenda!” or “That group has an agenda!” We live in a nation & even a world where there are certain people & groups who not more

  • How To Conquer Anger

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Nov 12, 2020

    While all biblical principles are true & relate to how we are to live, usually there are a handful we make as a foundation to our lives so that rarely a week or even a day goes by where 1 or more of them are not influencing how we live. They are the guiding principles of your life.

  • How To Deal With A Bad Attitude

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Nov 12, 2020

    How often have you heard someone say, “I’m just in a bad mood today”? How often have you said it?

  • Fear Not For He Fails Not

    Contributed by Ed Lu on Aug 25, 2020

    May we all be rejuvenated together as a church, solidified in our conviction, to uphold our faith and to strive towards our goal.

    Anything we’ve done that offended God, let us ask for His forgiveness. We want to make right our relationship with God. Only through a sincere repentant heart, can we hear God’s message. As we come together, we also carry each other in prayer, to seek God’s mercy and to receive strength from God’s more