Kingdom Come #sermons

Scripture: Jeremiah 29:10-14  //  Subject: Transforming Power of the Kingdom  //  Main Idea: When the Kingdom comes everything changes.   Synopsis: This sermon gives us a glimpse into God’s promises for the lives of those who trust Him. Listeners learn that God’s plan is fully realized when one discovers the transforming power of being in a right relationship with … Continue reading Kingdom Come #sermons

My Heart Is Full

My heart is full! After gathering with the pastors and spouses from across the Kentucky District for our annual ministry retreat, I’m overflowing. The Lord made Himself known to us as we prayed, worshipped, and was ministered to through God’s Word. It really was an inspiring time of spiritual revitalization. I’ve heard back from several … Continue reading My Heart Is Full

Hank & Cash

One Sunday evening on the way home from church Heather and I noticed a sign at the local animal shelter advertising “Puppy Adoptions,” so, we pulled in (mistake number one). In the past we’ve owned larger dogs, but had not owned one in several years due to our ministry assignments and living arrangements. We stopped … Continue reading Hank & Cash

Strange Teachings

Dialogue is important. It’s healthy to discuss issues, express convictions, and voice opinions prayerfully. However, when dialogue leads to continually questioning biblical truth it becomes problematic. The reason for this is there are certain teachings that are so central to Christian faith and practice that there’s no need to debate them. In fact, we shouldn’t … Continue reading Strange Teachings