Worth a Look 11/30/2016

Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are past, it might be a good time to settle down and read something interesting.  Here are several articles worth a look: Tim Challies is an amazing reader and reviewer of Christian books.  In this posting he lists his top books...

The Sunday Sermon 11/27/2016

First read:  Matthew 18:21-35 Simon Sez… lessons from the life of Peter “How many times shall I forgive?’ This morning as we continue with this series called “Simon Sez… lessons from the life of Peter,” I think that we shall find that Simon Peter is taking us into...

Sermon in a Sentence 11/24/2016

A Thanksgiving Thought “Would you know who is the greatest saint in the world?  It is not he who prays most or fasts most; it is not he who gives most alms, or is more eminent for temperance, chastity, or justice; but it is he who is always thankful to God, who wills...

Jusat a Thought 11/23/2016

In 1636, amid the darkness of the Thirty Years’ War, a German Pastor, Martin Rinkart, is said to have buried 5000 of his parishioners in one year, an average of fifteen a day!  His parish was ravaged by war, death and economic disaster.  In the midst of that time,...

Just a Thought 11/22/2016

Three Questions to Get You Ready for the Thanksgiving Holiday What’s Thanksgiving Without Turkey?? Ninety-six percent of Americans eat turkey at some point during the holidays, with many of us eating turkey for our main Thanksgiving dinner.   Roughly 18 percent of the...