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“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…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel Dr. King was not only a leader of the Civil Rights movement; he was a voice of conscience for this nation’s Christians many of whom were…

William Woods Weekly Sermon

“A Nation Shaking It’s Fist In God’s Face” By William Wood We, in America, now live in a nation that once knew God, but has now refused to glorify Him…

The Sanctity of Life

Pastor Steve Ellison Most humans will concede in theory that life is sacred. However, many people will, under pressure, give in to ignoble desires and proclaim that exceptions ought to…

The Abomination of Religious Pride

By Michael Waldroup The Biblical meaning of the word abomination is a foul thing, a detestable thing, to turn away from because of the stench. This word is commonly used…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel Stuff Happens This premise, that things happen over which we have no control, is undeniable. There are too many players on the world stage, each with…