We say it! We send out greetings throughout the Christmas season wishing people a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I personally end much of my written correspondence during the holiday season with, “Praying God’s richest and best for you in the New Year.” Yet, I wonder
In the beautiful Song of Solomon, we often overlook that little verse in chapter two, which says, “Catch us the foxes, the little foxes that spoil the vines, for our vines have tender grapes.” (vs 15) The Shulamite woman is making a request of her beloved and right in the m
Ephesians 3 ends with this beautiful declaration which gives such a glimmer of hope in a dark and desperate world, but can we really bank on a life where this is true, really!? This passage reads, “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly more than we can ask or
You’ve heard me mention it here, and we all know that FBC already has a monthly outreach of some sort where their church goes out on a specific Sunday morning, and although we’ve had some setbacks towards an organized effort for ALL county churches to begin a coordinated mont
Haaaaa!! Ah, lighten up!It was a play on words because April is the month in which we celebrate Easter, and YES, I know that bunnies and colored eggs have nothing to do with Easter. Laugh a little. It won’t break your face, I promise. . .