Brother to Brother

From The Pastor’s Desk – Sunday, March 17, 2019 Man Up 2019 Brother to Brother Adam had a breakdown in communication with Eve in the book of Genesis. Often brothers have similar problem in our communication. Below are five reasons that Adam failed in communicating that we all can consider to help us better communicate.…

Today Matters

From The Pastor’s Desk – Sunday, February 24, 2019 Lot learned the hard way that today matters when he hesitated, and the angels had to seize him and his wife and remove them from Sodom. Joshua’s final speech was a challenge to make today matter. He laid the decisions before the people: “choose for yourselves…

LOVE

From The Pastor’s Desk – Sunday, February 17, 2019 On February the 14th, we celebrate a day of love and romances: Valentine’s Day. No one knows for certain from where the name and idea came. Neither are we certain why we celebrate it in February. Some say that is on the Roman holiday of Lupercalia,…

VOTE!

From The Pastor’s Desk – Sunday, November 4, 2018 Our nation needs Godly leaders in government. Voting is a powerful way to make our voices heard. By staying silent, believers are allowing non-believers to decide who will run our government and create our policies. It is not only one of our greatest rights as citizens…

Almost Saved

From The Pastor’s Desk — Sunday, July 8, 2018 King Agrippa said to Apostle Paul, “Almost you persuade me to be a Christian.” the Apostle never persuaded Agrippa to be almost a Christian; but he almost persuaded him to be a Christian altogether. Agrippa certainly never was an almost Christian, his life and character displayed…

Freedom in Christ

From The Pastor’s Desk — Sunday, July 1, 2018 As I prize my freedom as an American, I am moved to consider a greater freedom—my freedom in Christ. It is the freedom that comes with being a disciple of Jesus Christ. “If you abide in my word,” our Lord declares, “you are truly my disciples,…

Man’s Image

From The Pastor’s Desk — Sunday, June 17, 2018 The image of the man is under attack. Gone are images of the strong father of yesteryear who took nothing but grabbed a shotgun to protect his wife, children and land. Gone are the images of men so proud that they would rather die free than…