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Remember the Donkey

By Timothy R. Butler | Sep 06, 2021 at 7:00 PM

When God places donkeys in our lives, do we pay attention? Or do we convince ourselves that our actions don’t really matter and so we can do whatever we want?

Spiritual Therapy

By Steve Parks | Sep 06, 2021 at 8:00 AM

As Pastor Steve continues to recover from a stroke, he talks about how all of us “spiritual therapy” to retrain our brains to focus on the power we have in Christ.

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 36: Philemon)

By Timothy R. Butler | Sep 05, 2021 at 7:43 PM

Don’t let people just float by you in life! Pastor Tim turns to Philemon on this Labor Day weekend to think about the value God sees in each and every person.

Life on the Family Tree

By Nick Ballard | Sep 05, 2021 at 9:25 AM

Unlike most things in life, family is the one thing we don’t get choose and it is certainly an institution God calls us to honor. But is “Family everything” as the old saying goes?

Dealing with Your Enemy

By Brad Harris | Sep 01, 2021 at 11:05 AM

How should we deal with those whom we consider to be enemies? How do we react when they struggle?

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Daily Bible Verse

“The Lord has established his throne in heaven; his kingdom extends over everything. Praise the Lord, you angels of his, you powerful warriors who carry out his decrees and obey his orders. Praise the Lord, all you warriors of his, you servants of his who carry out his desires. Praise the Lord, all that he has made, in all the regions of his kingdom. Praise the Lord, O my soul.”

Psalm 103:19-22 (NET)

Ep. 11: Pumpkin Spice Zippy

The boys are back and start off with a perfect fall medley of pumpkin spice and baseball. They also delve into vaccine mandate controversies and the new Texas and Mississippi abortion laws, with a hopeful topping of discussion around God’s love in the Old Testament.

'Good Enough' is Usually Both Good and Enough

By Dennis E. Powell | Sep 01, 2021 at 9:00 PM

A noticeable thunderstorm toddled through here a little after noon on Sunday. Nothing surprising there, nor in it taking the power out for most of the rest of the day.

Fellow Pastors, Weigh Principles Before Writing Vaccine Exemptions

By Timothy R. Butler | Aug 25, 2021 at 4:11 AM

Pastors in my Evangelical circles have been increasingly faced with requests to provide “religious exemption” letters to those in our churches who do not wish to be vaccinated. With the FDA’s final approval of Pfizer’s vaccine, employer mandates will likely become ubiquitous and increase the requests for these letters. Should we give them?

Our Best Attempts Stumble

By Timothy R. Butler | Aug 19, 2021 at 3:39 AM

Reeling from the horrors of 9/11 two decades ago, we entered Afghanistan to eliminate terrorist camps and also try to build a better nation for the people who had been caught under the Taliban’s control. Was it hubris or hope to think we could lastingly accomplish either goal? I’ll leave that discussion for another day, but this week has reminded us of how even our greatest powers stumble.

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