By the time of the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church depended more on tradition than upon Scripture for it’s final authority. Rome was...Keep Reading
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They say that you cannot be in two places at once, but that is not strictly true when it comes to the Christian. A look at Paul’s introduction in his letter to the Colossians points to the fact that every church and every Christian has two homes, and two habitats....
During the fall of 1974 President Gerald Ford’s son, Michael Ford, along with his wife Gayle attended Gordon Conwell in the Boston area. Because his father occupied the Oval Office at the time, Michael had to have two Secret Service agents with him at all times....
One of the great challenges and choices in life when faced with overwhelming trouble is to take things into our own hands or leave them in God’s hands. In life we can find ourselves in a moment of crisis, standing at a fork in the road, having to consciously decide between trusting ourselves, and resting in God’s sovereignty....
A young man came to the late Bible teacher J. Vernon McGee and said, "Dr. McGee I have been studying predestination, and I am so convinced of the sovereignty of God that I believe if I stood in the middle of a busy highway, and my hour was not yet come, God would and could spare my life."...
The story is told of Will Rogers the humorist who on one occasion went in to get a passport, and the official said, "We need to see your birth certificate." Rogers replied, "What for?" The man behind the desk responded, "For proof of your birth." Rogers looked at the man whimsically, and said, "Well I'm here, ain't I?"...
At the time of the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church taught that sin had merely tainted man and that man through the help of the sacramental system could gain merit with God toward their own salvation. In contrast...Keep Reading
The Reformation was a 16th-century movement to reform the corruption and abuses in the Roman Catholic Church ending in the establishment of the Protestant Churches that exist today...Keep Reading
John Bunyan, notable Baptist preacher and English-born writer of Pilgrim's Progress, once said this: "In worship (prayer), it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart." Think about this: Take some time to...Keep Reading
Moses preaches a message to the Israelites as they are about to enter into the Promised Land that the Lord had promised them... however, they ask: “What hope do we have?” Israel needed to hear what the Lord...Keep Reading
Last month I had the privilege of spending a weekend with our Jr. High and High School students at KSM Winter Camp. We spent our time in God’s word focused on...Keep Reading
In a world that is changing at an increasingly rapid pace there are plenty of things to worry about. For those of us that struggle with the sin of worry, God’s word gives us an abundant supply of...Keep Reading
Think about this: Like most of you, at one point or another, you have noticed a courtesy sign posted on some of our outside doors during the worship service. From the outside looking in...Keep Reading
It was a joy to see two new biblical counselors certified by the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC)...Keep Reading
What a joy it was to baptize twenty believers in Christ on Sunday, September 11th. Each of these believers gave clear testimonies of their faith in Christ and their understanding of the gospel. We rejoice in God's work in saving sinners for His glory. Join us in celebrating the greatness of salvation and encouraging each of these believers in their walk with Christ. Del...Keep Reading