SERMON SUMMARY The killing of 7 women and 20 first-grade children in Newton, Connecticut on Friday was one of the most tragic events to occur on modern American soil. It Continue Reading
On the Christian calendar we are now in the season of advent. Advent is a season where we wait in eager expectation to celebrate the birth of Christ. As we Continue Reading
“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28 Summary: What Paul delivers here is both an assurance and a Continue Reading
SUMMARY The narrative of David and Goliath is one of my favorites. David, the unassuming, youngest of eight brothers, is going about his daily responsibility as a shepherd when – Continue Reading
Sermon Summary Sunday’s sermon dealt with the great tragedy of allowing doubt, distraction, fear and negativity to stop us from pursuing our God-given vision and dreams. Israel is right on Continue Reading
For me, reading Isaiah 58 is a like a burst of oxygen. The prophet critiques us when we pretend to serve God but our activities all end in quarrel, strife Continue Reading
I received an email this morning of a co-worker who lost her husband. She is a pleasant, family woman who consistently kept her family in focus. She will not have Continue Reading
Despite is struggling economy and poverty challenges, the Economist’s article sees great potential for Buffalo, NY (hometown!) to rebound. UB/Henry Taylor’s Center for Urban Studies gets a shout out too!