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William Woods Weekly Sermon

By William Woods The Ministers No. 1 Goal This may come as a surprise to many preachers, but brothers, our number one goal is not to pound the last people…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “Courage In the Face of Evil” Without it, we’re more like a fair-weather sailboat without a rudder than we are an Artic icebreaker. Last week’s hideous execution…

Coming After Christ

Pastor Steve Ellison Disciples follow their masters. Coming after a master certainly means following in his footsteps, learning what he has learned, experiencing the good, the bad, and the ugly…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel So it isn’t about how much we read; it is about how well and how deeply we think about how to put to good use what…

Woods Weekly Sermon

By William Wood What Is A Christian? Most people, or at least many people, when asked if they are Christians, will reply, “Well, I guess I am, I am an…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “Heavenly Bread” Bread. Down through the history of mankind it’s been a staple item of most diets. Although there’s a wide variety, bread is usually found on…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “Jesus, the Good Shepherd” He’s the One you’ve always looked for. Few of us know very much sheep and shepherding. But, one thing we do know about…

A Bit of History for Our Government

By William Wood Why the Marine hymn contains the verse, “To the Shores of Tripoli,” Muslim pirates of the past: Most Americans are unaware of the fact that over two…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “The Search for Authentic Faith” “Jesus loves me, This I know, For the Bible tells me so.” Such was the answer renown Swiss reformed theologian, Karl Barth,…

Blessed Departure

Pastor Steve Ellison We often get the idea that the disciples and other first century Jews had a great advantage over us today; they got to walk and talk with…