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Pilgrim Reflections: On Conscience, Conviction and Courage

By Tom Smith “To thine own self be true.” Such was the advice Polonius gave to his son, Laertes, in the Shakespearean play “Hamlet.” In so doing he was encouraging…

Pilgrim Reflections: The Calcified Conscience

By Tom Smith “A House of Horrors.” That’s how some of the witnesses in Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s trial described his abortion clinic last week in Philadelphia. He was convicted of…

The Veiled Gospel

By Pastor Steve Ellison It is very easy for the Christian to become discouraged, especially the one who is actively trying to live for Christ and the advancement of Christ’s…

Weekly Sermon: God Has a Cure for the Sick Soul

By Pastor William Wood   In the weeks past, we have done our best to minister to those who are sick in body, and with question, there is great need…

Weekly Sermon: The Purpose of the Gospel

By C.W. Wood   First, we would like to do our best to explain what “The Gospel” is! Many sermons could be preached in answer to this question, but in…

Pilgrim Reflections: The Thing We Need the Most

By Tom Smith It’s free and one of the most precious gifts we’ll ever give or receive. Love. When I was very young—probably less than two-years-old—my biological parents divorced. I…

Weekly Sermon: The Death of Modesty (No. 2)

By Pastor William Wood   As was expected, our sermon last week on the “Death of Modesty” caused different reactions, depending on the spiritual condition of our readers! A few…

The Great Passion Play Opens May 3

The Great Passion Play, “America’s #1 Attended Outdoor Drama,” opens on Friday and Saturday, May 3 and 4, to start its 46th season. Featuring a cast of hundreds, the play…

How To Ruin Your Church

By Pastor Steve Ellison Murmuring. Do you do it? Do you hold others accountable who do it? What is so bad about murmuring? All murmuring is against God. You may…

Pilgrim Reflections: Why I Am a Christian

By Tom Smith Recently, someone posted an article on Facebook with the same title as this week’s article. As I read and reflected on it, I felt it’d make a…