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#3 In the “Slow Fade” Series “Why I Need the Church”.

This thing we call Church erupted from a waiting band of willing hearts in the second chapter of Acts, and it spread like wildfire to every remote corner of the earth. Built on the foundation of Peter’s confession that Jesus was “the Christ the son of the living God” the message of the early Church was…

#2 in the Slow Fade series DEALING WITH SIN

The final eruption of Mount St. Helens in May of 1980 was not a sudden event. For two months prior to the massive blast—the most deadly and destructive in American history—earthquakes and volcanic activity signaled a major event was underway. Authorities had plenty of time to sound the alarm and warn those living nearby of…

New Series “The Fade”

Last week we collectively took a moment to consider the most power event ever to occur in human history. A man who had been seemly conquered by mankind’s oldest enemy rose from the dead and changed creations story for all time. The resurrection story has the power to inspire and brings hope, however, Christ’s desire…

Let Him Shine

Two thousand years ago, in the Middle East, an event occurred that permanently changed the world. Because of that event, history was split. Every time you write a date, you’re using the resurrection of Jesus Christ as the focal point. The resurrection is also the focal point of the scripture. Well over three hundred verses…

The Journey to the Cross – The Last Supper

A letter becomes a treasure when it is the last one from a loved one. A handshake becomes significant when it brings two enemies together as friends. An old photo could bring back happy memories. And a kiss symbolizes love and commitment.    “There is many kinds of memorials on the earth. If you have…

Happy Families Part 2

James Dent used to tell the story of a woman doing some cleaning at home when the telephone rang. While going to answer it, she tripped on a rug and, grabbing for something to hold onto, seized the telephone table. It fell over with a crash, jarring the receiver off the hook. As it fell,…

Happy Families

At the annual family reunion picnic, a young bride led her husband over to an old woman busily crocheting in a rocker. “Granny,” she said, touching the old woman’s hand affectionately, “this is my new husband.” The woman eyed him critically for a long moment, and then she asked abruptly, “Do you desire children?” Startled…

Resolving Everyday Conflict, #2 in the “Getting There” series.

Years ago, a large statue of Christ was erected high in the Andes Mountains on the border between Argentina and Chile. Called “Christ of the Andes,” the statue symbolizes a pledge between the two countries that as long as the statue stands, there will be peace between Chile and Argentina. Shortly after the statue was erected,…