Sermon Notes: A Just People
on March 12th, 2023
Do you know what the Bible actually teaches about justice? Do you know the vital relationship between justice, righteousness, and lovingkindness? Do you wish the church would figure out how to be involved in justice for all?
I Need Help to Pray Better for My Children
on March 2nd, 2023
Do you you want to be able to pray for your children and with your children? Here are wonderful resources to help you.
Socks and More Socks
on February 26th, 2023
How many socks can we collect? Answer - a lot!
Reach Out With SOCKS
on February 12th, 2023
Do you want to do something little? As lots of people do this, it adds up to a big difference. Want to know what you can do?
Wrestling With God Round 3
on February 3rd, 2023
You've learned what NOT to do when you wrestle with God, but how DO you wrestle with God? Here are seven wrestling moves you need to learn.
Black History Month
on February 2nd, 2023
Black History Month is a time for new learning and new action. What are you reading to help you in both?
Wrestling With God Round 2
on January 31st, 2023
In a recent post I talked about wrestling with God instead of bargaining with God. It is a rich theme and one we need to revisit, because God invites us to wrestle with him.
on January 26th, 2023
God is with you. Are you with God? How can you be with the God who is with you?
Negotiating With God
on January 24th, 2023
There is a world of difference between making bargains with God and wrestling with God. The first is bad for you; the second is vital for you. Which one are you doing?
Best Prayer Practices
on January 18th, 2023
Do you find prayer hard? So many people do. Here are some simple guidelines that will help you get the kind of prayer life you want.
Best Practices for Spiritual Health
on January 17th, 2023
Are you ready to upgrade your devotional life but aren't sure quite how? Pastor Gordon Carpenter has eight practical suggestions to get you started.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
on January 16th, 2023
Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of the truly great leaders in our nation. His influence is beyond calculation. His example is inspiring. A great way to honor MLK and to learn from MLK is to set aside an hour to read some of his thoughts. You'll find a list of resources in today's post.
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