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From Charlottesville to “The Way of Blood”

In light of all that is taking place in our nation and across the world, the Parable of the Good Samaritan holds a timely message. This parable is so well-known, hospitals have been named after the person in this story, and “Good Samaritan” laws have been passed to encourage a passerby to help those in…

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Handling a Broken Heart 

Consider the story of the Death March by Alvie Robbins in, Ghost Soldiers: The Forgotten Epic Story of World War II’s Most Dramatic Mission. During the Second World War, the US Army was forced to retreat from the Philippines. Some of their soldiers were left behind, and became prisoners of the Japanese. The men called themselves…

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The Trap of Pain

Life is filled with both blessings and pain. You only need to turn on the nightly news to hear about vicious homicides, terrible accidents, traumatic births, handicaps, terminal illness, divorce, and death.  Everyone has pain and unless we deal with it properly, we can get caught in the trap of pain and compromise our mental,…

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Releasing Forgiveness

While we may have heard teaching on forgiveness many times and feel confident in our understanding of what it is, consider the Parable of the Unforgiving Debtor in Matthew 18. Verse 35 may give us reason to revisit our understanding of forgiveness. It says, “So my heavenly Father also will do to you if each…

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Shaking Prayer

When I, Pastor Chris, was a junior in High School I went skiing up at Crystal mountain. As my friend and I were skiing down the hill, we decided to duck under some ski boundary ropes with warning signs that said, “Caution: Cliff”. As we continued, I found myself at the top of a narrow,…

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Created for Greatness

It’s easy to go through life thinking that we’re average and ordinary, or that we don’t have much to contribute. While it’s easy to think this way, it’s just not true! Think about the ordinary lives of the fishermen, tax collectors, and housewives who first followed Jesus and changed the world. Before He ascended to…

Follow Jesus

What it Means to Follow Jesus

Ever heard of Simon Says? It is a simple children’s game of follow the leader, and the only way you can lose is if you don’t follow the directions. As we grow older, we continue to follow what’s most important to use, whether that be something or someone. We could work to follow Jesus, or…

Move of God Today

A Move of God Today

Fall is full of changes. Kids go back to school, leaves on the oak trees start to change, and football season begins. It’s a great time to evaluate where we’re at and ask ourselves important faith questions. Why do I do what I do as a Christian? Am I a participant in the move of God today,…

How Well Do You Remember?

How well do you remember? This is a great question I have been asking myself this summer. How well do I remember what the Lord has done in my life and in the lives of others around me? How much time do I give to meditate on the victories and miracles Jesus is doing regularly in…

Outreach Trips

Pray for our students as they are on outreach from March 28-April 7! Team Egypt The Ministry Apprentice students are on outreach in Garbage City, Egypt where they are working with local ministries and a team from Norway to minister in jails, at a facility for disabled, and to host an event where the marginalized…