Sermon Options: April 17, 2016

By Ministry Matters
WALKING IN FAITH  ACTS 9:36-43 On the heels of an incredible miracle of healing for Aeneas, the eight-year bedridden paralytic, the apostle Peter is seen again following in… read more

I know them

By Roberto L. Gómez
John 10:22-30 The British rock band Led Zeppelin sang a song called “Dazed and Confused.” At times we may feel dazed and confused emotionally, intellectually, or… read more

Sermon Options: April 10, 2016

By Ministry Matters
UNLIKELY HEROES ACTS 9:1-6 (7-20) God is described in the Bible as being fond of using unlikely sources or people to accomplish his purposes. The selection of the people that he… read more

Heavenly praise and worship

By Roberto L. Gómez
Revelation 5:11-14 One of the great joys of my life is that once in a while God gives me a glimpse of heaven. Each glimpse has been an experience of great joy and wonder. Some… read more

Remembering Julia Wilke, co-author of Disciple Bible Study

By Wini Grizzle
Hearts were deeply saddened on Friday, February 26, 2016, when the word came that Julia Wilke had departed this earth, as a result of complications during surgery. Julia, wife of… read more

Sermon Options: April 3, 2016

By Ministry Matters
TAKING THE HIGH ROAD ACTS 5:27-32 There is a strange phenomenon going around these days. Normally quiet, sensible people are suddenly transformed into loud braggarts consumed by a … read more

Why the long face?

By Samantha Tidball
In a recent study conducted by researchers in the U.K. at Sussex University, it was discovered that horses are capable of distinguishing between happy and angry human emotions… read more

Trump, evangelicals and the road ahead

By David F. Watson
In 1934, at the age of 28, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote a letter to a friend about an upcoming conference that would involve members of churches from several countries and… read more

Vatican newspaper essays suggest women should preach at Mass

By David Gibson / Religion News Service
(RNS) A series of essays in the semi-official Vatican newspaper is urging the Catholic Church to allow women to preach from the pulpit at Mass, a role has been reserved almost… read more

Why the pope is right and Russell Moore is wrong about the death penalty

By Jennifer Butler / Religion News Service
(RNS) Pope Francis continues his drumbeat for a global moratorium on the death penalty. This is a wake-up call not just for Catholics, but also for all Christian leaders and… read more

The biblical mandate to fight rape

By David Person
In 1944, Mrs. Recy Taylor was walking home from church with some friends in Abbeville, Ala., when she was abducted by Army Private Herbert Lovett and six other men. They took her… read more

Fasting from unnecessary spending

By Mike Slaughter
One of the Lenten practices I try to assume every year, no matter what other commitments I have made, is to fast from all unnecessary spending. Like so many others, I am not… read more
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