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Jesus, the Head of the Church

Every person in every church and every pastor should never forget a singular, irreplaceable truth: Jesus is the head of the church. Jesus is first in everything.

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A conversation about the impact of outreach with Joe Paschal.

Where are you, God?

Where are you, God?

Ever felt like God was far away, uninterested, or worse yet, that He had abandoned you? You’re not alone. In Psalm 13, David expresses the raw emotion of wondering where God is when he needs Him the most. Far from being unspiritual, cries of lament create a dialogue...

I Take Refuge in You

I Take Refuge in You

It seems like we spend a lot of our time searching. We chase money, relationships, fame, and plenty of other things, hoping that some of it will deliver a sense of goodness, security, and joy. But those searches ultimately leave us wanting. We tend to forget that...

You Are Above All

You Are Above All

God invites us to authentically express what we’re feeling when we ponder life’s realities. Many of these expressions are recorded for us in the Psalms—the songbook of the Bible. Psalm 8 is a Psalm of praise. In it, David encourages us to instinctively look up and...

Kids Experience – March 28

You can celebrate even when you're waiting.Today is PALM SUNDAY!  (See Matthew 21:1-11) The religious leaders had studied and waited their whole lives for a Savior . . . and still, they didn’t recognize Jesus when He came. But the rest of the people DID see how...

The Crowds In Jerusalem

The dust hangs heavy in the air from the scurrying of thousands of feet. The noise grows deafening as more and more gather—squeezing, shuffling, jostling for position along the edge of the road. Suddenly, unexpectedly, the cacophony quiets. The shouts turn to soft murmurs filled with excitement, curiosity, hope: “Look! He’s coming!”

Then, the voices rise in volume once again, this time of unstoppable praise: “Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the LORD!”

Never Out Of Sight

This is similar to my experience with God’s presence in my life. I can become so preoccupied with my circumstances that it’s easy to forget God is with me. Too often, it’s only when I am shaken by the world that I desperately search for the safety of God’s presence.

Kids Experience – March 21

If you don’t wait, it could cost you.K-5 friends - Today we will hear about  Esau’s Impatience (Genesis 25:24-34). It’s hard to believe that Esau traded away his rights as the oldest son . . . all for a meal that would last him only a few hours! But that’s what can...

We Need Each Other

In our present time we need each other in the body of Christ like these early believers did. We need people different than us, with different experiences, different spiritual gifts, different circles of influence. We need to come together to serve others. It worked for the early Church in Acts and it can work for us.