Spiritual Disciplines and the Transformed Life

In this article we will discuss spiritual disciplines; what they are, their purpose and what they contribute toward our experience of God leading us toward spiritual maturity and transformation. The aim or goal of practicing spiritual disciplines is to engage with God so we may experience Him in a deeper more impactful way and subsequently … Continue reading Spiritual Disciplines and the Transformed Life

How About A Do Over?

How many of you remember the movie “City Slickers” released back in 1991. Do you remember the character Phil, played by Daniel Stearns, he had gotten himself into some trouble through adultery with a young lady and his wife had left him, yet he and his buddies embark on their annual vacation living out their childhood dreams on … Continue reading How About A Do Over?

New Age Christianity

The New Age movement endeavors to help individuals recognize their inner divinity, which goes by a number of names, such as God-consciousness or Higher Self. Implicit in this idea is that our capacities extend well beyond the range of our present abilities. Many Christians seem to think they can simultaneously hold to Christianity while dabbling in New Age beliefs and practices. New Age ideas are so pervasive in Western culture that they have become a very real threat to the moral basis of Western culture and society and Christians are not immune to this influence.

Abraham’s Dilemma

The scripture says, By faith Abraham, when he was tested, offered up Isaac, and he who had received the promises was offering up his only begotten son; it was he to whom it was said, “In Isaac your descendants shall be called.” He considered that God is able to raise people even from the dead... … Continue reading Abraham’s Dilemma

The Rapture of the Church Notes

Titus 2:13 says, we're "looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ." It has always been the emphasis of the apostles and early church fathers to have the expectancy and anticipation of the coming of our Lord before them. They always lived life as if he were … Continue reading The Rapture of the Church Notes

The Mirror of His Word

The Scriptures tell us that the Word of God is a mirror to us. In fact, the apostle Paul, in writing to the believers in Corinth said, “For now, we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am … Continue reading The Mirror of His Word

Preparation for the Doing of Great Things

Have you ever gone to a movie or read a book that had a dynamic character – a real hero, or a great adventure, only to leave the theater or lay down the book feeling somehow empty and a little depressed. Often, the reason we feel this way is that we watch movies, read social … Continue reading Preparation for the Doing of Great Things

The Motivation for Moving

I’m writing today reflecting back on the life of Abram as found in the pages of Genesis chapters 12 through 14, where Abram, the father of our faith, was found to have experienced a setback in his spiritual development. You see, there had been a famine in the land and Abram and his wife traveled … Continue reading The Motivation for Moving

The Lamb of God

The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!”   John 1:29     In one sentence we have the essence of the Christian message. It is difficult for Western ears to appreciate the power of John’s announcement, but these … Continue reading The Lamb of God

The Bible

The Bible: Consisting of the Old and New Testament it is God’s written Word to us. All Scripture is authoritative and able to judge the thoughts and intensions of the heart. It is “God Breathed” as the Holy Spirit moved men to pen His message to us. All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, … Continue reading The Bible