A Biblical Response to Violence

Proverbs 13:2 (CSBBible) From the fruit of his mouth, a person will enjoy good things, but treacherous people have an appetite for violence. In the wake of another mass shooting, I can’t help but ask the question of how did we get here as a nation? Why do we continue to see these types of […]

The Church Movement

The past couple of weeks, we have been studying the book of Acts in our Sunday morning worship service. Throughout the book of Acts, we see the foundation for the early church. We witness the mighty act of God, bringing people together from all walks of life into a community through the unity of the […]

Cathedrals: A Lesson from the Past

I was having a conversation with one of our deacons before the morning worship service this past Sunday. He was recounting a recent trip he had taken. He and his wife went on a Viking River cruise through parts of Europe. He told me of all the beautiful an old cathedrals that he and his […]

Worship: The Experience

  As of late, I have been watching a documentary series on the Reformation.  The series began with John Wycliffe and then moved on to John Huss. Of course, I am an inspired by the boldness and tenacity of these men to preach the truth in the face of ridicule, exile, and even death. As […]

Losing their Minds: A War on Children

“Am I becoming an over-protective parent?” is the question that I am faced with time and time again. This question is not posed to me from outside sources, but from within my own mind. It seems that I am constantly censoring children’s movies and cartoons from coming into my home. Time and time again I […]