God used Ezra and other men for other things, but he used a burdened Nehemiah and directed him to do something about the wall around Jerusalem. Nehemiah's example of leadership should challenge us, he said "come, let us," true leadership invites partnership and walking with those under the leadership. Likewise, Jesus works with us, he... Read More
Patience is hard, but it will be rewarded.
We are here this morning to remember Christ and His work for us on the cross. There are lots of scriptures that we can look at this morning. There are man types and shadows that we won't have time to look at here, but we want to celebrate Christ and what He has done for... Read More
This is a "pre communion" sermon and the question that we want to consider is "do we have a clear conscience?" Paul says that he has a clear conscience, and he says some things about why he has a clear conscience. In the first chapter, Paul entreats the people at Corinth to agree with each... Read More
The early church met in homes and it wasn't until the time of Constantine that they started building larger churches. Often if you go to Central America you'll often find small houses around huge churches. God is too big to build into a house. No matter how big you make a house it's just not... Read More
As we think about a godly old man, what could bring more joy to him than to see his children walking in the faith and raising godly children? Dads are heroes to their children. Dads, are you the kind of man that you want your sons to become? Are you the kind of person you... Read More
This morning we'll be talking about everyday life... the thread of eternity runs through our ordinary lives. There are several common issues that arise during the process of transplanting these little baby strawberry plants. Lend A Hand to the Struggling Despite the snail's crawling pace, often one of the planters will fall behind in getting... Read More