A dear brother in Christ, and founder of Sermon Index, Greg Gordon (Facebook), posted this today and I feel it necessary to re-post and share with all. Greg hits the nail directly on the head, yet with humility and truth. You might find this post to be in total contradiction to the way we do … Continue reading Pastor: Are You a Hungry Leader?
Christian, does your Facebook page (all media) resemble the loveliness of Christ? Or has it become a show case of your sin and boastings of the flesh? Has your page become the place of mere pointing out the sins of this world, a world powerless to repent void of God’s Spirit? Or do you frame … Continue reading The Mirror of Media
Resolve and Faith “I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:14 In our pampered day and age, we have very little resolve. As a matter of fact, resolve is not really even talked about any more. Not only do we not talk about … Continue reading Resolve & Faith: Prayer Week Five
Resolve. Without a doubt, especially as the days grow so ever darker, we, especially us men, need a holy and right resolve unto godliness. Recently, the Scripture passage below has been exceptionally convicting and challenging for me. I pray that these words will stick firmly in the mind and grip the depths of our innermost … Continue reading Resolve.
Yesterday we had a wonderful time of musical worship and teaching in the Lord Jesus Christ at our new home church, Faith Fellowship, Marshfield, WI. The topic of our discussion was godly sorrow vs. worldly sorrow as Paul discussed in his second letter to the Corinthian church. As I sat down to begin reading today, … Continue reading Godly Sorrow
Grace Upon Grace Story of May Eighteenth Download a FREE eBook (PDF) here: Grace Upon Grace Order book Amazon May the Lord be glorified, my wife be honored and my kids grow in the true grace of God. As special thank you, to my wonderful wife Trish – Your love, patience and endurance for me is … Continue reading Grace Upon Grace: A Story of May Eighteenth
THE IMPACT OF STUDY The Testimony of Spurgeon's Brother by Don Currin Young Charles Spurgeon (age 17), who was already the pastor of a church of 450 congregants in Waterbeach, was in earnest prayer as to whether he should go to college to prepare for the ministry. Did he really need to obtain a formal … Continue reading The Impact of Study
Welcome to another new year and another new season in history as another new president has come into office in the United States. As this year begins, many changes are happening in our family as well. I have recently accepted a new position in Wisconsin and will be moving in the next few weeks. The … Continue reading Helps for the new and young Christian
"Then Jesus, moved with compassion, stretched out His hand and touched him, and said to him, 'I am willing; be cleansed.'" Mark 1:41 In this day in age we seemed to moved about so many things. But are we being 'moved with compassion?' Oh how we are to be moved with compassion over souls who … Continue reading How Are We Being Moved?