Steadfast and True

“Amid honor or dishonor, slander or praise—even when we are treated as deceivers and imposters—we remain steadfast and true” (2 Corinthians 6:8 TPT). The NIV says it this way: “We serve God whether people honor us or despise us, whether they slander us or praise us. We are honest, but they call us impostors.” Simply … Continue reading Steadfast and True

The Worth of Another

In Romans 12:16, we read: “Live happily together in a spirit of harmony, and be as mindful of another’s worth as you are your own. Don’t live with a lofty mind-set, thinking you are too important to serve others, but be willing to do menial tasks and identify with those who are humble minded. Don’t … Continue reading The Worth of Another

The Lord Allows

God selected Moses and Aaron for special roles in leading His people. He also set apart the whole community of Israel. They were God’s chosen people, His special people. In Numbers 16, we read about the rebellion of Korah. The people united against Moses and Aaron. They stood up and claimed two things. The first … Continue reading The Lord Allows

The Denomination of Non

When I speak with people about church, they always ask the denomination. Then I say, “Oh it’s non-denominational.” It’s an interesting phrase. There’s different denominations (for example Catholic, Methodist, Lutheran, Baptist). Then there’s non-denominational. Those are the churches that claim to not be affiliated with any of the known denominations. After the Early Church that … Continue reading The Denomination of Non

More Than a Story: Humility

[Two Men Who Prayed: Luke 18:9-14] “Be humble or you’ll stumble.” – Dwight L. Moody I am the least of the apostles – 1 Corinthians 15:9I am the very least of all the saints. – Ephesians 3:8I am the foremost of sinners. – 1 Timothy 1:15 “I tell you, this man went down to his … Continue reading More Than a Story: Humility