California Redwoods and Your Congregation

California Redwoods and Your Congregation

A few years ago I ran across a small article on the California Redwood trees that intrigued me. Here is one statement form the article: “The huge redwood trees in California are considered the largest things on earth and the tallest trees in the world. Some of them...
Four Marks of a Maturing Congregation

Four Marks of a Maturing Congregation

The spiritual life of a Christian is never stagnant; if it is not growing, then it is decreasing. There is no middle ground where a Christian’s spiritual life can remain at one point, there must be movement. This movement is determined by our actions. Peter writes of...
God’s Plan: Technical or Simple

God’s Plan: Technical or Simple

By the time you read this another app on your phone or computer will be facing another update. For some, this means nothing, but for others you will understand it will mean an adjustment to learning the new system and all of its bells, whistles and frustrations. Every...
My Sunday Hopes

My Sunday Hopes

I hope every member considers one another this morning. There will be someone at services who has had a horrible week and will not tell anyone. They will put on a face of joy, but deep down their heart breaks. I wonder if they will ask their spiritual family to pray...
What Should Be Done with Evil?

What Should Be Done with Evil?

The constant battle of the “good angel” on one shoulder vs. the “evil angel” on the other is portrayed as the battle each Christian faces in the midst of daily life. Choices arise every day testing our beliefs and some of those choices challenge us more than others....
Do You Still Have Your Spiritual Goals?

Do You Still Have Your Spiritual Goals?

Can you believe it is already March of 2019? It is hard to believe that we have already seen two months pass by this year. Time is sure moving faster. (By the way, time stays the same, we just miss it because we get so busy.) How are you doing on your spiritual goals?...

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