An Updated Free Resource for You and Your Church Family
I'm writing to share with you a free resource that you may want to make available to your church family. Often times church members and new Christians are looking online for devotional resources and scripture reading websites. While there are many, not all of them are biblically sound and local church friendly!
Too many people operate under the misconception that the Christian life is boring. Having been a child of God for over a quarter of a century, and having been a pastor for 18 years, I can assure you that the Christian life is anything but boring!
In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, members of Lancaster Baptist Church and students of West Coast Baptist College passed out over 10,000 copies of the New Testament. The blessings from this effort were great. Many more people were saved during this effort than during the same time last year.
I love and admire God’s choir directors! After serving in church music ministries for over thirty years, I like to find ways to be helpful to these music leaders. So here are some ideas that choir directors may wish to print, post, or distribute to their choir members.
The "Meek and Quiet Spirit" Ladies Night Out was a special evening of fun and spiritual growth! As the ladies walked into the building from the outside, they were greeted by a beautiful horse and rider
To begin our “Walking in the Spirit” Ladies Night Out, the ladies walked right into a shoe shop! (Well, our church lobby that had been transformed...) Tables of shoes and displays surrounded the edges of the lobby as the ladies walked through the shoe store and into the auditorium.
In whom do you trust? An unquestioning attitude of full reliance comes naturally at birth but is somehow lost along the winding pathway of life. Somewhere along the way, doubts and fears replace this innocent trust with hesitancy and self-reliance.
Jesus often ate with unsaved people. He ate with unsaved religious rulers, and He ate with tax collectors and sinners—the unsaved social outcasts. He related to people over breaking bread and displayed the trait later in the New Testament called “given to hospitality.”