One of the problems in our journey in the Christian life is to avoid conformity with the world. We do that by working in conjunction with the Holy Spirit to have our minds transformed, renewed. We just need to make sure we do that.
The process of changing, especially as it concerns our spiritual growth, is often difficult. It can, at times, seem like it is harder than something we can bear. It can be tempting to quit. However, we should never quit…
As we continue our look at spiritual growth we have been confronted with the need for courage, and now we have to look at how that courage is put into use, by taking a risk.
As Christians, we are called to grow. By definition, growth requires change. Change is never easy, and will always require courage. Thankfully, we have a source for the courage we need.
Our last sermon of 2019, from Joel McGill.
The most glorious thing we can ever see, when we are in danger, is the means of our deliverance. This is exactly what Simeon saw when Jesus was brought to the temple…
Our world is searching for peace and healing. The problem is, we aren’t looking in the right places, mainly because we don’t believe what we’ve been told…
The Christmas season can be difficult to navigate. What is the priority for a Christian during this season? Perhaps we can start with a celebration of hope, by celebrating the Child, Jesus!
Thanksgiving and generosity are linked. It begins with a thankful heart, which leads to a generous spirit, which builds even more thankfulness; at least it is supposed to work that way!
We were privileged to have Rev. Bill Reynolds in our service yesterday, hear an update on the ministry in Rhode Island, and hear a wonderful message on the need for Christians to love people…even those who hate us.