Sometimes it seems this world wants us hunkered in our bunkers, living in fear of the next great cataclysm; but God has a different message for us, one given to a people who were unsure of the dangers they were surrounded by.
As we head through stormy and rough seas in life, we can draw strength from God, which will help us to survive the moment as well as build confidence to face the next troubling time.
Ministry Director Sheldon Livesay told the Times News that mechanical failures on both Lunch Box program school buses have put a financial strain on the program, which is already operating on a shoestring budget.
Our desire for Christian fellowship tells us that we are in the family of God
Sitting on the front porch swing and facing east at the dawning of day, one can catch a glimpse of God’s created glory.
Even in the midst of dark days, unity is a shining light of hope and beauty.
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Here’s a devotional prompted by a late-night chore: wheeling the trash can to the curb under a clear night sky.
What happened in our past doesn’t need to be an indicator of tomorrow.
Life is filled with uncertainties, disappointments, joys and celebrations.
We can worship God anywhere and anytime, and one great way of doing it is to sing praises to Him!
Nahum 1:7 declares three practical promises when it says, “The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; he knows those who take refuge in him.”
Today we may be asking more questions than normal: Will this pandemic ever stop? When will our streets be safe? And, when will our world be less chaotic?
“A time to every purpose under the heaven” reassures us that time and circumstance are thoroughly under the Divine Hand and watch care of Almighty God.
The answers to our social ills are not to be found in systems. Instead, they are found in Christ.