Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Who Am I? A popular refrain from a song in “Les Miserables” takes a stab at answering the question, Who am I? Who am I? How can I ever face my fellow man? How can I ever face myself again? My soul belongs to God, I know I made that bargain long ago He gave me hope,...
Hope Has a Hearing-A Brief Sketch of Apologetics

Hope Has a Hearing-A Brief Sketch of Apologetics

Hope Has a Hearing A Brief Sketch of Apologetics Have you ever been sharing your faith, and someone starts asking questions about the truth of our message? When you answer those questions, you are doing apologetics. Sometimes you will hear of a political pundit being...
Tithing–Why?

Tithing–Why?

Tithing Why? The annual budget process of our church has recently caused me to think a little more about tithing than I usually do and why it is that we give our tithes and offerings.  As I have thought about it, I have also been reminded of my own journey and growth...
Lessons From The Middle East

Lessons From The Middle East

Lessons From The Middle East Most people don’t like to do things or go places that might make them feel uncomfortable. We naturally seek after comfort and security. However, every time I travel to another country God teaches me new and invaluable lessons by placing me...
Christians, We Still Need The Gospel

Christians, We Still Need The Gospel

Christians, We Still Need The Gospel We know that we are called to share the gospel. Scripture makes that crystal clear. We rightly emphasize the urgent need to share it with those that do not know Christ, because “how then will they call on him in whom they have not...