FATH IS... WITH PASTOR RICK STEVENS
Today, we look at the motto of a fool. The Bible calls a person with this motto a fool. Do not adopt this motto! Do not. You don’t want God calling you a fool! Instead, you want what God offers . . .
We live in a world where people disagree! Have you heard a more obvious statement? Now people are starting to ask the important question. Can we ever be reconciled with each other? God says, “Yes!” Le
What do we do when God acts out? How do we respond when God does something we can’t quite comprehend? - How can we have confidence in God when he seems to overreact? Today we discover that God expects
Yes, a church played a key part in the skirmish at Lexington, MA. So let’s remember our history; our rights come from God. Let’s remember biblical history; civil and religious liberty are God’s ideas.
I love questions... so let’s think out loud and answer a few. Did Jesus tell one man to give everything away? Is that what he expects of us? When it comes to eternal life, one person wanted to know if being saved is enough? What about fear?
Everyone loves an underdog. Well, until God asks us to be that underdog! Today we consider the story of David and Goliath. Today we discover that God wants you to step up and be his champion.
The Bible is full of great stories, and today we consider Samuel anointing David as king. That anointing changed David’s life. Interestingly most of us don’t think of ourselves as anointed. Even so, the New Testament is clear; God gives us gifts of gra...
As American Christians, what should we be doing to fight the evil taking over our nation? What is the difference between the community sharing of the early church and today’s socialist ideals? Why are there so many different versions of the Bible?
What do you do when you stand in the presence of a holy God? How do you respond in the presence of God and realize you are ruined? Where do you turn for help? - And then can you, will you, step up for God? Yes, let’s accept God’s challenge,
Confusion at Babel. Fire and smoke on Sinai. Dry bones living again. God has consistently amazed us, and it happened again at Pentecost. Why are we so distracted by languages or, as we sometimes say, tongues?