You have a decision to make.

Glen Kehrein charges: “Rarely, however, does the church of Jesus Christ work as a healing agent for social strife. Rather, it appears to be a non-player or worse.”[1] We have two options. We can change nothing, telling ourselves that we are called only to be faithful, not necessarily successful, in terms of new converts and…

The Mercy of God

When Hezekiah re-opened the temple, repaired its doors and commanded the priests to clean out the “filth,” excitement rippled through the nation. The Passover was coming. Israel was returning to God. But the calendar was unbendable. Hezekiah desperately wanted to celebrate the Passover and to celebrate it right, on time. He was endeavoring to meet…

Solemn Assembly

Today, we minimize sin. Sin’s wages are deadly, but some conditions are abominable. At such times, God removed His people from the land that had been intended as a stage for the world to witness His relationship with Israel and come to know Him. Nations have purposes. John Adams believed that God had orchestrated the…

Is God Dead?

On Good Friday, April 8, 1966, an issue of Time magazine shook the nation. The cover was black with bold red letters as if written in blood, asking “Is God Dead?” In the next six months, almost thirty additional periodicals weighed in on the issue – the nation was abuzz in a discussion about the…

The Seed, The Soil and The Fruit

Some men and women fall, Jesus said, not because the seed was not good, but because the condition of their heart did not allow the word to take root (Mt. 13). Some seed fell by the wayside and was immediately carried away by birds, demonic spirits. The power of the Evil One was never broken…