Click here for the Word Document.. Click here for the PDF.. Arguments In The Church – 03.27.2022 [Acts 15] I moved the summer between eighth grade and ninth grade. I used to live in Oxford, and then we moved to Troy. And so I started high school with basically no friends. As you can imagine I was this awkward nerdy kid who played clarinet in the marching band and was in all the honors classes, and I sat in the back for freshmen Biology. Now, I should mention, I LOVE science.
Click here for a WORD doc.. Click here for a PDF.. Mortals Like Us – 03.20.2022 [Acts 14] A long time ago there was a guy named Hideyoshi, he was a Japanese warlord, who ruled over Japan in the late 1500’s. One day he commissioned an absolutely MASSIVE statue of Buddha for a shrine in the city of Kyoto. It took 50,000 men five years to build this colossal work of art honoring Buddha. But the work had barely been completed when there was earthquake in Japan. The famous earthqu
Click here to download the Word Doc.. Click here to download the PDF.. Commissioned – 03.13.2022 [Acts 13] Pursuit of the truth requires at least two things. Observation and patience. Sometimes, even if you’ve got both eyes open – you need a little more information before you can find out what’s really going on. For example, a few weeks ago I walked into the kitchen where my son was drawing at the kitchen table and I asked my oldest son, “hey, where Ezra?” (his little brother
Click here to download the Word Doc.. Click here to download the PDF.. Reconciled – 03.02.2022 [2 Corinthians 5:20-6:10] Once upon a time, there was a woodcarver who worked for a lumbar mill. And every day, he and all his coworkers would grabs their axe and head out into the woods to cut down trees. Now this particular woodcarver was the hardest worker on the force. He got there on time, he would work hard all day, and finish with everyone else. But then one day the foreman c
Pastor’s Bookshelf - Welcome to my bookshelf!
Each month I will discuss a recent book that I’ve finished.
*disclaimer; I don’t always have time to sit and read physical books, but I do quite a bit of my reading through audiobooks these days.* This month I’d like to talk about
Born Of The North Wind
by Barry Pratt Someone handed me a copy of Barry Pratt’s book around Christmas time last year. When I went on vacation I gave myself a goal to take a break from non-fiction, and
Greetings from the desk of the Pastor! I want to begin by saying just how overwhelmed and grateful my family is for all your love and support as we transition from a family of 5 to a family of 6. This church is a place that practices what they preach, and your hospitality and love is so appreciated. As we gear up for the start of Lent, I wanted to take a moment to name one of the struggles that comes from the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the things I have found to be most frustr