https://youtu.be/zfS9btT-Gzo We continue our study of Paul's letter to the Ephesians as we look at Chapter 2 verses 2-10
I have to admit, I have never really read much of Isaiah. I love the books of 1 and 2 Samuel and Kings, and Judges is very moving with the rich history it contains, and I took a class on Daniel a couple years back, so I was able to really get into a deep … Continue reading Isaiah Chapter 1
I have been thinking the past couple days about the message you send with the priorities you have in your life. Most the time, it is in an unintentional message. It is simple decisions you make every day that when looked out from the worldly point of view, show that you value things of … Continue reading Unintended Priorities
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-53t3m-c161cf Paul's farewell speech to the church at Ephesus is packed with vital teaching for the modern day Christian
When I used to work in the mall, one of the ways I used to pass the time was people watch. I would sit in the little booth where I worked and just watch people go by, interact with each other and sometimes they would sit at the bench where I was and do the … Continue reading Integrity
One of the things I remember vividly about my time at college was Friday mornings. Not because I had some great professor who wowed us or some awesome lab partner who I enjoyed working with. It was because Friday mornings, I was one of the most popular guys on the campus. You see, Thursday nights … Continue reading Sin Avoidance
I remember a lunch I had about this time last year with my dad, my brother and my niece. During the course of the conversation, my niece had mentioned she had volleyballs tryouts for her high school team, a team she had been on for the previous 3 years. It surprised me that she had … Continue reading Am I Good Enough?