Praise – Our Weaponry

Praise – Our Weaponry By Pam Vernon ‘The life that counts must hopeful be, In darkest night make melody, Must wait the dawn on bended knee- This is the life that counts..’ 1 Darkest night? Melody? Could God be serious? I reached for the concordance to check this strange link – darkness and melody? Somewhere [...]

Are You Ready to Unlearn Everything You Think You Know?

By Patrick Roberts Christ will un-train and un-teach us when we open up to the infinite possibilities of God. Undoing our worldly upbringing will be painful, yet our spiritual wellbeing depends on it. We should be encouraged by the fact that losing ourselves in return for gaining Christ is an eternally great deal. If we [...]

Worship Through Relationship….Are You Seeking God’s Face or His Hand?

By Karen Wolff Have you ever spent time with one of your kids where all you did was just “hang out?” If you have grown kids, and you ask them what they remember most about their childhood, I would bet they recall a time where you spent an afternoon participating in some fun activity. As [...]

Openly Godless People Preach to Churchgoers

By Patrick Roberts The best medicine for the masses who openly reject the westernized church is truth. God’s design is that the straightforward truth about His Son is sufficient to save even the most adamantly lost person. So is this same medicine, the straight truth, any less appropriate for those who are consistent churchgoers? How [...]

Exodus 19: Before the Ten Commandments

By Jim Barringer Exodus 19 is a very interesting but often overlooked chapter. Maybe that’s inevitable, with the way it’s nestled right before one of the most-read and most-quoted chapters in the whole Old Testament, Exodus 20, which contains the Ten Commandments. Yet I don’t think that those Ten can be properly understood without …

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