Chosen…or not?

Our church had a ‘Mission Emphasis Sunday’ in which we were encouraged to partner with World Vision in a program called Chosen. People would sign up to sponsor one or more children, and to send monthly donations. Pictures of the … Continued

The Day God’s Heart Broke

I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us. (Romans 8:18). My sister and her family have been suffering a lot lately. She has cancer in several places and other … Continued

Why is Good Friday Good?

We are approaching Good Friday. On that day, Christians focus on the death of Jesus. He was not a victim. He willingly suffered and died in order to pay the price of our sin so we could be made right … Continued

I Am the Resurrection

The Coffee Break leader said, “We want to give our condolences to Judy, who lost her husband,  I piped up, “He’s not lost. I know exactly where he is.”  Yes, because of Jesus’ resurrection, and my husband, Paul’s, faith in him, … Continued

Who is Jesus Christ To You?

          To many, he is just a man who lived over 2000 years ago, who did and said many good things before dying on a Roman Cross. To others, he is nothing at all—they don’t even … Continued

We Were Bound, Now Redeemed

“In the Fullness of Time”… (when the time was right)… God acted to redeem humans and make us his children. Since He went to such an extreme to make us his children, surely He will act again in our time … Continued

Martin Luther King, Jr. Led Nonviolent Protests

On this, Martin Luther King, Jr’s, birthday, we should remember this great man’s contribution to America. He led people in passive resistance for equal rights for black people. He believed nonviolence was the morally right way to protest. I think … Continued

I Am Bethlehem

“But when the time had fully come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons,” Galatians 4:4-5. We expect Christmas … Continued