Five Questions to Ponder This Christmas Season (Part II)

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront     Last time we talked about three questions that I thought everyone should take time to ponder during this Christmas season. Today I’ll pose the last two. Let’s see what you think. If you missed the first three, you can check them out here.   Question number four: Do you see…

Five Questions to Ponder This Christmas Season (Part I)

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront   As we enter into the season of Advent, I have decided to pose some questions to you. These questions are simple, in nature. But profound in their implications. I will give you three today, and two more later in the week. The purpose of these questions is to cause you to…

Help For Hypocrisy – Part 2

-Pastor Daniel Williams In the first part of my post, earlier last week, we looked the obvious reality that hypocrisy plays in all of our lives. (Click here to read part I) This time, I want to point out the role that the gospel plays in freeing us from spiritual thespiansism. I remember watching a…

Help for Hypocrisy (Part I)

-Pastor Daniel Williams In the early years of my ministry I was asked to perform a monologue. This is a dramatic way of dressing up as a Bible character and presenting a Bible lesson, as though I were that character. On this particular occasion I was given the Bibles greatest of heroes to imitate, the…

Sanctified Vegetation

-Tom Dekorne, Harstville Elder John 15:1-5  “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser.  (2)  Every branch in me that does not bear fruit he takes away, and every branch that does bear fruit he prunes, that it may bear more fruit.  (3)  Already you are clean because of the word that…

The Sovereignty of God & Election Day Thoughts

-Pastor Erik Reed Well the day has arrived. History will be made this evening. One of the two candidates, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, will be elected president of the United States of America. There are many opinions as to who will win and who should win. We could debate for hours (many have) as…

Changing the Mind of God

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront   Why do we pray? Do we really believe that we can change the mind, or the will of God? Well, why shouldn’t we? Moses did? Right?… Or did he? This has been a topic of discussion that I’ve had with some people recently. Can we change the mind of God? And…

Silent No Longer (Part II)

-Pastor Erik Reed In the last blog post on this subject, I wrote about my growing conviction to a voice for the unborn. I outlined how I believe that the history books will show that Christians were too silent on this issue. In this post, which will not be lengthy, I want to propose a…

Silen No Longer (Part I)

– Pastor Erik Reed   Over the last several months I have had a growing conviction about my role to speak up as an advocate for the unborn. I posted several remarks over Facebook and Twitter over the weekend on the subject. My position on abortion is not new, nor is my belief for Christians…

In Light of the 2012 Election

  -Pastor Robbie Cheuvront Every election cycle, around this time in the campaign, our thoughts and conversations become consumed with what the political outcome is going to be.  And rightly so. It is our civic duty to engage in the election process and duly elect our leaders. More specifically, our Chief Executive. We Americans are…