Can we trust the Bible?

There are many reasons we can justifiably put our confidence in the Bibles we hold and read today as the Word of God. One of them would be that Jesus and His disciples trusted the Hebrew Scriptures wholeheartedly and used them often. The Old Testament Scriptures were affirmed by Jesus—who often quoted from them—as authoritative… Continue reading Can we trust the Bible?

Bible Classes Approved for Public Schools

Following the lead of Texas and other states, Kentucky’s Senate Education Committee has unanimously approved legislation that would effectively return the Bible to the state’s classrooms. The proposed Bible courses would be offered as electives. []

Quoted: Max Depree on Goals vs. Potential

“It is not a matter primarily of whether or not we reach our particular goals. As individuals and as a group we need to reach our potential. Nothing else is good enough. We must reach toward our potential.”

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Quoted: John Wesley on Doing Good

Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.

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The Knots Prayer

Dear God, Please untie the knots that are in my mind, my heart and my life. Remove the ‘have nots’, the ‘can nots’ and the ‘do nots’ that I have in my mind. Erase the ‘will nots’, ‘may nots’, and ‘might nots’ that find a home in my heart. Release me from the ‘could nots’,… Continue reading The Knots Prayer

Ten Ways to Commemorate A Special Church Occasion

Church Anniversary? Pastoral Installation? Pastoral Anniversary? Other major church celebration? Following are 10 ideas to help commemorate such a special time. 1. Start with spiritual renewal. A matchless way to set the tone for a special church occasion. 2. Glance back. Strengthen the faith and resolve of your people by helping them remember where they’ve… Continue reading Ten Ways to Commemorate A Special Church Occasion