God has shown us what is good and what is required of us. So much of our religion is not required by God; some of it is not even good.
Death. What a dark word, a scary word that brings fear into the hearts of many. But what is death? Is it just the stopping of one’s heart?
Our 45th wedding anniversary is upon us. That’s a lot of wonderful years together. We were sitting at the table this morning discussing
When we first moved to Cane Creek 30 years ago, there were about 30 people who met with us several times a week for over a year to study through the Old Testament.
God has raised up an army of people who are shining the light of Jesus into prisons all across America.
When one believer, joined by other faithful disciples, does the work of the church – sharing the gospel – and they assemble together for prayer, mutual encouragement and discipleship of new converts, you have a New Testament church.
As a kid I was trained to eat to live, not live to eat. I was taught that food makes your body healthy or unhealthy, lean or fat, that overeating was gluttony and gross.
How can we minister as a family when we live out in the country and rarely encounter unsaved people?
I have been reading the book of Joshua this week. The stories are a powerful reminder of who God is as we see how he reacts to situations in the life of his people.
Every family I meet, be they delightfully exemplary or sadly dysfunctional, provokes me to analyze what they did right or wrong that brought them to this place in life.