• Much More!

    Mark Machen

    For if by one man’s offence death reigned by one; much more they which receive abundance of grace and of the gift of righteousness shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ. (Romans 5:17) There are two four-letter words in that verse that are seldom used in the church today. Those words are “much more”....

  • COME TO JESUS FOR REST

    Greg Mohr

    Several years ago my wife and I went through what the Bible calls an “evil day” (Ephesians 6:13). The challenge with our “evil day” is it lasted almost two years. The church my wife and I served as pastor went through an involuntary church plant, otherwise known as a church split. Several people we loved...

  • When We Simply Cannot Understand

    Javan Smith

    You prayed in faith, disregarding what others around you were saying.  You just knew that your prayers would bring results.  Unwavering, you awaited a response that never seemed to come.  Still your confidence remained unshaken, at least on the surface.  After all, faith will bring it to pass!  Right?  Of course God will come through...

  • Accepted, not Rejected

    Barry Bennett

    All of us have experienced rejection. Rejection is a powerful weapon against our self-worth. Rejection can breed thoughts of inadequacy, hopelessness, anger, bitterness, fear and depression. Whether the rejection has been on the playground at school, from a romantic interest, from a potential employer or from parents, rejection can cause great damage in how we...

  • The Relationship between Law and Grace – pt 2

    Alison Crawford

    Think of the relationship between law and grace as you would a cup filled with refreshing cool water. The law is like a container for God’s grace through Christ. The law provides a structural framework to hold the water of life, but in itself it cannot produce life. A cup will do you no good...