Sermon Highlight: Little & Much

Something struck me from our pastor's sermon this weekend. He was elaborating on the ministry of the Apostles in the book of Acts when he made the following comment: "The amazing thing about their accomplishments is that they did all their ministry and extensive travels without any of the modern means of transportation and technology we have today. Others …

Sermon Highlights: Good News

Some time later... King Ben-hadad of Aram mustered his entire army and besieged Samaria. As a result, there was a great famine in the city. The siege lasted so long that a donkey’s head sold for eighty pieces of silver, and a cup of dove’s dung sold for five pieces of silver. Now there were …

Sermon Highlights: Ministers of Reconciliation

**Warning: This post may include content that is convicting. Reader discretion advised.** In a way, we measure life by milestones. Getting a driver's license, graduation, earning a college degree, birthdays, anniversaries, working somewhere more than 10-15 years. Milestones and markers remind us where we are in life, and where we've come from. Personally, I mark time …

T.R.U.S.T.

I wanted to share a little devotional that I gave at our church recently. It is something that the Lord has been teaching me, and I hope it is a blessing to you as well. When God says, "Trust in Me..." it's not just a suggestion. He doesn’t say, ”If you WANT to trust Me…” He TELLS …

Sermon Hightlights: Promise Made, Promise Fulfilled

And so I bring you another post highlighting the wonderful sermon from our pastor's series on the Acts of the Apostles. This week's sermon focused on Paul's sermon to both the Jews and Gentiles in Acts 13. Acts 13:13-16 provides the background and setting. John Mark had gotten upset and discouraged. He had had an easy life, which …

From a Friend

I'm not sharing this (or I should say: re-sharing** this) because I've attained anything close to what it presents, but because it reverberates the greatest longing of my heart: To love God with all that I am! This is my goal; my aim. And with His help it is attainable! **A thank you to my …