Pastor's Blog

Leading your church is not only about preaching and teaching, but it is also about your relationship with Jesus. Here, you will also find inspiration, encouragement, and help to keep your relationship with God strong and vibrant.

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Lessons I’ve Learned in This Quarantine Time

It is hard for us, or at least me, to realize that I cannot fix everything, or that I am not in charge the circumstances that surround me. The only one that I can control is me. Something good is going to come out of this and God will be glorified through it. That is a choice we make when we walk by faith in the difficulties we must face.

The Meaning of the Cross

Most of us see the cross as an item that represents the symbol for being a Christian. We wear them around our necks and hang them on our walls. Sometimes we put them up in our yards for decoration. I believe the cross should be so much more than jewelry or a piece of art for our walls and yard…

Social Distancing From a Christian Perspective

I do think it is important for us to adhere to the directions given to us by our President and our Governor to space ourselves six feet from others. This will be hard for many of us, but I have a few suggestions…

Learning to Pray the Scriptures

We allow an unhealthy practice when we consistently pray without a Bible. Good prayer is over an open Bible. The Bible is the Christian’s prayer book. It is not to be read passively; it is to be read as if one were having a conversation with God.

Casting Our Cares

As I was praying for God to deliver me from a problem that I was facing this week, God directed me to this scripture. I have read it many times and even preached on it, but as I was reading it this time, God spoke to me and showed me something that opened my eyes to a new revelation about casting your cares upon Him.

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