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by Gary Hendrix -The Gospel is the most important message in all the world for human beings.  “Gospel” means ‘good news’. However in order to perceive the Gospel as good news, people must understand their personal situation before God. We must recognize that God demands things of...

By Scott Slayton - Political discussions have dominated social media for several years now and only seem to be getting more heated. With every executive order issued by President Trump or protest aimed at changing a current practice, social media will generate a plethora of links...

By Gary Hendrix - And the common people heard Him gladly. — Mark 12:37b, NKJ The word translated “common people” often refers to the ordinary people of Israel in contrast with the religious leaders, the scholars and such. The thought is that the people who did not suppose...

By Gary Hendrix - The underlying purpose of Sunday morning’s message was to set forth the Christian World and Life View. Admittedly it was a bit crude and clumsy; however, there were points of great importance. The sermon was constructed around a story.  The story line concerned...

by Stu Johnston - The New Testament calls the church to, “Above all, keep fervent in your love for one another” (1Pe 4:8).  One key way we are seeking to nurture earnest love for one another is through our monthly small group prayer meetings.  Consider two...

by Andy Dunkerton - Have you ever caught yourself thinking or saying something like this… “I just can’t worship when…” “I just can’t worship today because…” “I’m just not getting much from the preaching because…” “I’m just not going to church today because…” Do you recognize the condition I’m describing? You...

by Andy Dunkerton - I’m writing this short blog post to recommend highly that you read another blog post, written by our sister Kittery Van Sciver. You can find it here: https://kitteryvansciver.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/choosing-to-carry-arthur/ If you’re not familiar with the circumstances behind this post, Artie and Kittery are expecting their...

by Gary Hendrix - Before you take time reading this, I will give you a head’s up: it will be rather boring. You may want to find something more interesting. However, because I do greatly appreciate the privilege of spending time in this way, I want...

by Andy Dunkerton - Speaking of Christ entering God ‘s presence as our Great High Priest, the writer to the Hebrews says, “This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast.” (Hebrews 6:19) Experiencing the soul-anchoring hope of Christ’s reign at God’s...

by Andy Dunkerton - Christians who submit to the authority of the Bible will and should respond in a number of different ways to yesterday’s United States Supreme Court decision regarding so-called homosexual marriage. Emotions will be mixed. Thoughts, fears and concerns will crowd the mind....