Monthly Archives: August 2021

The Test of Commitment

In today’s world we lament a lack of commitment.  We applaud and show excitement when people last long in in their job or position.  Why? We applaud because we don’t see it very often!  We lament that people just can’t … Continue reading

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The Urging to Live with Purpose

Last time I shared a bit about seeking our purpose.  Today I want to talk more about “buckshot” living.  If you missed it, refer to my last post.  However, to simplify things, buckshot living is the living we do and … Continue reading

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Pursue Your Purpose

Have you ever really considered this question – “What would God have me do?”  Our church wants to reach people.  We want to grow both inside and out.  Our first priority, though, is to be obedient to God.  We want … Continue reading

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Believed Promises Change Lives

Think with me about the word tribulation… If that is a hard word to get your head around, pick something like these: struggle, hardship. What words do you think of when you think of those words? Do you think of … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Love of God

It is one thing to talk about how much we need God to save us. It is quite another to talk about how much He wants to save us. For the love of Christ compels us, because we judge thus: that … Continue reading

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