Being Different

Written by Michael Jackson

“I apologize for the delay in reporting the holiday grilling of a huge slab of ribs, the playing of beach volleyball in the midday sun, the attending of a Braves baseball game, and a little parasailing- all things I got nowhere close to doing over the holiday.”

-Kenneth Jackson Read more…

My Refuge: Looking to Scripture in Times of Crisis

Written by Brad McKinnon

Since the recent terrorist attacks in Beirut and Paris, American attention has turned away from expressions of solidarity with the victims, as well as opposition to the threat posed by ISIS to the Syrian refugee crisis. Read more…

Offending Paul

Written by Jamie Cox

“Now I say this, that each of you says, ‘I am of Paul,’ or ‘I am of Apollos,’ or ‘I am of Cephas,’ or ‘I am of Christ.’ Is Christ divided? Was Paul crucified for you? Read more…

Delete Forever

Written by Dr. Bill Bagents

Generally speaking, I like getting email. Loads of interesting and informative items come my way. Of course there’s also some junk. Read more…

Precious Promises

Written by Jamie Cox

What are some of the “exceedingly great and precious promises” given to us by God’s divine power? Read more…

Disappointments

Written by Jamie Cox

In this sin damaged world, disappointments are guaranteed to happen. Recently one came my way.  I then had a choice to make. Read more…

Volkswagen and the Minister

Written by Dr. Jeremy Berrier

I was reading a blog post from one of my students who is also a minister for a congregation of more than 200 people. He was lamenting the fact that as a full-time minister, he had hoped to spend more time “in the Word” and “visiting the brethren.” Read more…

Judging a book by its cover?

Written by Dr. Bill Bagents

I admit that I like books too much. Among my flaws, this one is relatively harmless and actually has some value. It’s hard to like books without benefiting from them. Read more…