Leadership lessons from the story of Gideon

Leadership lessons from the story of Gideon

Judges chapter 6 and 7 talks about a powerful story of God using a weak, insignificant man to give a great victory and deliverance to a whole nation. Here are some of More »

How to reach the unreached – Lessons from what Jesus did

How to reach the unreached – Lessons from what Jesus did

Luke 5 is a powerhouse of truth and wisdom that every Christian involved in ministry should take time to meditate. Let’s look at some of those here: More »

The Cross – A GLORIOUS BEGINNING and not the end!

The Cross – A GLORIOUS BEGINNING and not the end!

The bible talks about a rare red heifer in the book of numbers.  More »

Billy Graham: A Life Remembered

Billy Graham: A Life Remembered

Trace Billy Graham’s unexpected journey from a North Carolina farm to the largest arenas and stadiums in the world. More »

Billy Graham: One Man. One Purpose. One Message.

Billy Graham: One Man. One Purpose. One Message.

A photo tribute journey through the life of Billy Graham.  More »

 

Behind the Scenes

After a grueling fall semester, my oldest son, Ryan, is still home for a much-needed break before heading back to campus. But the time has passed quickly leaving only one short week with us before returning to school in Charleston at the American College of the Building Arts where he’s in his junior year in […]
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Cultivating Contentment

Christmas is packed away once again and it’s time for us to turn our attention to a new year. But as soon as the last scrap of wrapping paper is swept up and tossed away, it seems as if the joy of the season goes with it too. I mean, haven’t you already thought about […]
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Future Joy

Christmas 2018 is officially behind us and most of us will finish boxing up the decorations in the next few days. As you take down the garland and wrap up the ornaments, you might just have a faint echo of a Christmas carol playing in the back of your head.  Maybe it’s one more verse […]
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Do You Know?

Recent years have bought us many new and wonderful Christmas songs, and one is on its way to becoming an enduring classic is Mary, Did You Know? Mary did you know that your baby boy would one day walk on water? Mary did you know that your baby boy would save our sons and daughters? […]
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The Journey

We three kings of orient are, Bearing gifts we traverse afar Field and fountain, moor and mountain, Following yonder star. Oh, star of wonder, star of night, Star with royal beauty bright. Westward leading, still proceeding, Guide us to thy perfect light. You’ve no doubt heard the lyrics to this familiar Christmas carol many times, […]
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Fitted for Heaven

I was always in the Christmas play at our church when I was a kid, so after the cast was selected for this traditional and familiar dramatization, we took our assigned roles as wise men, shepherds, angels or the holy family. More often than not, I was in the shepherd group and donned the standard […]
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Dwelling in the ‘Now’

This week I was out and about gathering supplies for Thanksgiving dinner, and as expected the store was full of other like-minded shoppers. But as I wheeled my cart through the crowded aisles, I began to notice something missing. Thanksgiving. Oh yes, as you would expect, there were stacks of cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes […]
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Beneath the Surface

Last week, I was working through a Bible study I was to deliver to a class on the first chapter of Joshua, and quickly discovered that there was more to learn than just an understanding of historical facts. To grasp the tension of Joshua’s commissioning as the man to lead Israel into the Promised Land, you […]
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Making Wise Decisions

The commotion around the November midterm elections is finally over. And while there are a few races whose outcomes have yet-to-be-determined, most of the hullabaloo is mercifully over. In the wake of the ballot counting, there are plenty of people who are elated, lots who are not, and still others who are wondering if they […]
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Festival of Frights

Happy Halloween! Ummmm… Is that OK to say to Christians?  You might not be sure since October 31 has become something of a divisive issue in the church. In fact, much too much heated debate has occurred between believers trying to find the right answer to the question… “Should Christians participate in Halloween?” I have personally […]
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