President Theodore Roosevelt used to have a pet dog that was always getting into fights and being beaten by other dogs. A reporter once asked the president about that. The reporter stated, “Your dog is not much of a fighter is he, Mr. President?”...Keep Reading
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It has been called the largest lockdown in the United States. On Thursday, March 19, 2020, California ordered its forty million residents to stay at home except for essential activities such as obtaining food, supplies and medical care. Californians are not...
Having the right perspective is essential to enduring through any difficulty in life. One of the encouragements that someone told me a long time ago was: "If you could look back five years from now, how much will this really matter?" Over the years of my life...
On behalf of our elder team, we wanted to share another update on our developing response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Please see Pastor Philip’s video....
Jeb Stuart was the Civil War's version of a B-2 Stealth Bomber. This gallant, and gusty West Point graduate had an uncanny ability to infiltrate the federal lines without being detected. On the Confederate side he was nicknamed "the eyes of the army," and...Keep Reading
In 1876, after a conversation on a train with the noted infidel Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, General Lewis "Lew" Wallace realized that he had a pretty threadbare understanding of his own faith. Wallace was a Methodist...Keep Reading
Someone has said that life is a bridge of groans over a river of tears. While that statement may be overly pessimistic, there is nevertheless more than a tinge of realism in it. Life has a way of reducing each of us to a puddle of tears....Keep Reading
When Henry Kissinger was Secretary of State of the United States, an aide in the White House approached him with a report. Kissinger asked, "Is this the best you can do?" The aide sheepishly replied that he could do better. A few days later,...Keep Reading
It has been interesting to note the different perspectives and opinions that Christians have on the events of this day. It is safe to say that these opinions tend to fall broadly between two camps: those who tend to be ...Keep Reading
One of the great truths that bring comfort during this time is the doctrine of God's sovereignty over all things. C.H. Spurgeon wrote, "There is no attribute of God more comforting to his children than the doctrine of Divine Sovereignty...Keep Reading
In light of the current quarantine, many Christians are asking if they can and/or should have communion at home instead of waiting for the uncertain timing of the church’s regathering. It’s a good question. It’s my opinion...Keep Reading
It has been called the largest lockdown in the United States. On Thursday, March 19, 2020, California ordered its forty million residents to stay at home except for essential activities such as obtaining food, supplies and medical care. Californians are not...Keep Reading
The Pastors dialogue through the topic of “Fear and Anxiety.” Hear wise, pastoral perspectives on how we as believers can experience God’s peace in the midst of the current crisis. ...Keep Reading