The greatest blessings in my life are my family, my parents, brothers and sisters, my wife, my children and their husbands and my grandchildren…as well as my close friends. I desire to be with them because they lift me up, they support me and I am comfortable with them. In these next verses in the G
There was a time in my life many years ago where I felt a reverence for Jesus…….but I also felt that I was unworthy of His love. I certainly wasn’t “schooled” in the Bible and I had made many mistakes in life. The TRUTH is…….Jesus loves each of us with an un
Jesus was often criticized by the religious authorities, the Pharisees and the teachers of the Law, for hanging out with sinners. The attitude of these religious authorities created a barrier between them, people like them, and the people they were called by God to serve. They missed the boat! But J
I often say that our faith as Christians is not an individual endeavor but a communal journey. While it is true that we can follow Christ on our own and call ourselves Christians, it is equally true that being made in God’s image, we were created to be relational beings. We find our gre
NOTE: In 2005 LifePoint Christian Church moved to the YMCA. Next Month, March 2013, our church family will move to a home of our own. I posted this back then on my Xanga blog….. and it still applies today! Are you ready to worship? 5:15am quick shower shave and COFFEE, HAVE TO MAKE THE COFFEE!
As we continue to study the Kingdom of heaven/The kingdom of God, we will look at Jesus teachings concerning religious hypocrites. I want to point out that in Matthew 23, Jesus was not talking here to the Jews (though the Pharisees were Jews). He was talking to the Jewish religious leaders and thos