God will provide

By Douglas Mullins
Genesis 22:1-14 There are a lot of directions one can run with a Scripture passage like this, but there is one prominent biblical truth that surfaces here, and is reinforced in… read more

Remember that time John Wesley raised the dead?

By David F. Watson
Several years ago I had the privilege of meeting Randy Clark. Randy was the principal preacher during the Toronto Blessing, a massive revival that began in 1994 and launched him… read more

Sermon Options: June 25, 2017

By Ministry Matters
FAMILY MATTERS GENESIS 21:8-21 Strained relationships, jealousy, favoritism, and stress are a few of the normal struggles every family must manage. I was thirty-four years old… read more

Weekly Preaching: Ascension, Aldersgate, and Memorial Day

By James C. Howell
Easter 7, Ascension, Memorial Day, Aldersgate... this Sunday is a catch-all, and a day attendance lags. Technically it’s Easter 7, but I like to dip back … read more

Lest we forget

By Tiffany Manning
Memorial Day is an American holiday celebrated the last Monday in May and pays tribute to the men and women who died while serving in the armed forces. Formerly known as… read more

Trump’s views on Islam 'continue to evolve,' says Secretary of State

By Gregory Korte / USA Today
JERUSALEM (USA Today) President Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia this week has already begun to soften his attitudes about Islam, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday after a … read more

Sermon Options: June 18, 2017

By Ministry Matters
OPEN OR CLOSED? GENESIS 18:1-15 (21:1-7) Abraham had sought relief from the stifling midday desert heat by sitting in the shade provided by his tent. Realizing three men were … read more

The problem with promises

By Ministry Matters
The problem with promises is that you have to trust them. You have to believe that they will be fulfilled, and live as if you believe that they will be fulfilled, before they can… read more

Do something this summer

By Tamara Fyke
This is it! The last week of school (at least that’s the case here in Nashville, Tenn.) You and your kids are counting down the days until the final bell rings. After about… read more

Lessons from a condemned man's last meal

By Jake Owensby
Ledell Lee ate his last meal on April 20. Officials of the Arkansas Department of Corrections executed him by lethal injection at 11:44 that same evening. The last meal is a… read more

Right-handers=good; left-handers=evil

By Christy Thomas
Right-handers comprise 85-90% of human population. Many tools — table saws, scissors, manual can openers, for example — are nearly impossible for left handers to use… read more

Black clergy decry Trump policies as detrimental to African-Americans

By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
WASHINGTON (RNS) Black clergy, standing in the shadow of the U.S. Capitol, declared that President Trump is not living up to his promise of being the “greatest… read more
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