Pastor’s Blog


Thinking Outside the Box

1 Chronicles 13:7–14 (NKJV) So they carried the ark of God on a new cart from the house of Abinadab, and Uzza and Ahio drove the cart. Then David and all Israel played music before God with all their might, […]


Don’t Stop at the Cross

When you walk into certain churches you will see sculptures and pictures of Jesus hanging on the cross. The crucifixion is celebrated as the most powerful event in the history of man. However, the crucifixion was only one part of the redemptive work […]


The Bread of Life

In John 6, Jesus fed a multitude of people with a little boy’s lunch near Bethsaida. The next day the crowd followed Him to the other side of the Sea of Galilee. The people asked Jesus how He got to Capernaumbecause they knew […]


Going Through the Sifter

Did you know that Satan talks to God? The Bible says he accuses us constantly before the face of God. But that’s not all. Satan asked God if he could sift Peter. This is not unusual. He desires to shake […]


Between A Rock and A Hard Place 2

I don’t care how strong you think you are, we all have our moments of weakness. It is often in those weak moments that we find ourselves and realize what is most important in life. Peter had been following Jesus for […]


Between a Rock and a Hard Place

God has called us all to be like a rock: strong, immovable, something that others can stand and build upon. Like the Apostle Peter, none of us start out there. God always finds us in a hard place and calls […]


Faithing Your Fears

According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, 20 million Americans suffer from a phobia at some point in their lives. There are so many fears: fear of dying, fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of what people will say, […]


Family Time

Over the years my family has remained close. For years it was tradition that we gather at Mom and Dad’s house on Sunday evenings. Many times it was to celebrate a birthday or holiday, but more than that it was […]


The Hidden Agenda

Recent legal precedents have the Christian community up in arms over the fact that God and His standards are not being upheld by our culture. Things that once were considered profane and immoral are being encouraged as normal behavior to […]


Who’s Winning?

I’ve seen a lot of strange things while officiating sporting events. Last winter I watched a high school basketball player get turned around and put the ball into their own basket. Shooting at the wrong goal would have mortified me. […]

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