Being a father is never easy.  It is much more than simply getting up, going to work, and bringing home a paycheck to make sure that you keep a roof over your head and food on the table.  Being a father also means living with integrity; being a man of open honor and honesty. Some of the greatest lessons I learned from my father came not from what he said, but what he did. Our children watch our every step to see how we live our lives and whether or not our walk matches our talk. The legacy we leave is seen in how they eventually walk themselves.

There are certain qualities that we ought to possess if we are going to be effective in helping others learn and obey the Gospel. Be a faithful Christian. Have a…
What happens after you are baptized? You may have asked this question yourself or heard someone ask this question. Now What? The answer is that we go about living our…

Acts of Sin

April 7, 2024
Sin separates men and women from God. If sin is not sincerely repented of from godly sorrow and put away, it will bring disaster to the sinner and those associated…
In school, we want(ed) an answer key. On a map, we want a map key. Hotkeys on a keyboard are used for quick navigation or execution of commands. A doctor…
We live in a world in which Satan is very much alive. He is constantly at work to harden the hearts of those around us so that they do not…
Many of us learned responsibility at an early age in our lives. No doubt, the oldest among us grew up learning how to work the farm, cook meals, get in…
How does God grow a church? Almost every preacher and every church library has a number of books on ‘Church Growth’. All of these books point to different things which…
God’s concern for humanity has been clearly seen throughout the Bible. One striking example is witnessed in The Book of Exodus. God has compassion for the nation of Israel suffering…
On the night before our Lord prayed a prayer to His Father which the apostle John records for us in chapter 17 of his gospel. In that prayer He uttered…
How it is possible to love God and not help a brother or sister when they are in need. James questions the authenticity of a person’s faith who does nothing…
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