For a number of years now there has been a growing movement appearing on the horizon that describes itself as "Progressive" Christianity. You might think the word progressive sounds attractive and exciting, especially when the word precedes Christianity. Merriam Webste...

As our nation struggles with a coronavirus pandemic, there is an eternal truth found in Psalm 103:19 that gives me great assurance: "The Lord has made the heavens his throne; from there he rules over everything." Simply put – God is sovereign, even over this pandemic.

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As our world continues to come to terms with the Coronavirus pandemic, the message of Good Friday and Easter are needed now more than ever.

A little over 2000 years ago, things looked very bleak the day Jesus died. His death brought an abrupt end to any hopes of an eart...

A recent headline from Fox News reads: "Coronavirus is like a biblical plague – But hardship brings vision, clarity and growth." In the article, Rabbi Sam Bregman said the "coronavirus pandemic has hit the world like a plague of biblical proportions".[1]

Another headlin...

I am often asked about the legitimacy of church membership. The question comes from pastors, church leaders and even lay people. They ask, “Is church membership really necessary?” “Is it even biblical?” These are legitimate questions. But I wonder if these questions ar...

The world is full of special interest people. There are dog people, cat people, swimming pool people, beach people, morning people, late night people, coffee people, tea people, hockey fans, country people, tennis people, golf people, snow skiing people, and water-skii...

January 7, 2020

Think about the last time somebody asked you what you did for a living. How did you describe the type of work you did? Did your language and tone reflect a sense of purpose or a sense of monotony–"I do this job to simply pay the bills"? Or, maybe you said something lik...