A Teacher and a Tetrarch

A Teacher and a Tetrarch

They grew up together but in time went their separate ways. One chose the path of truth and the other followed the course of sin. One became an influential teacher of the gospel while the other rose to prominence as a powerful politician. One chose the company of...
Appreciating Courageous Mothers

Appreciating Courageous Mothers

This time of year draws me to Bible stories of courageous mothers.  The world has known many of these special women, but the godly women of scripture stand above the rest.   In Genesis 12, we see Sarah, the mother of the nation of Israel.  God told her husband to...
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

The last year has been a year of troubling times, no doubt.  We’ve faced lots of changes.  Elders have had to make many decisions about how to handle these difficult times within their congregations.  But what I want to talk about today is how we as women, individual...
Perils in Church Buildings?

Perils in Church Buildings?

I was touring one of the oldest log church buildings in America when I noticed holes in the walls. “What are these holes?” I asked. A guide explained that they were drilled so men could put their rifles through the holes to shoot at Indians if they attacked while the...
Will the Smoke of 2020 Ever Clear?

Will the Smoke of 2020 Ever Clear?

It was a feeling combat soldiers call “the fog of war.” That’s how one official described the situation at the Pentagon on that fateful day of September 11, 2001. Colonel Matthew Kilmow was serving as executive assistant to the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of...

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