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Pastor’s Ponderings: Be Strong in the Tough Times by Stephen Widener

The devotional is kind of based on how I’m feeling at the moment. In 2 Timothy 2:1, Paul is telling Timothy, “Be strong in the grace that is in Christ…

Miriam’s Story  

I am Miriam, the lame one. When I was little, I happened to fall in the way of the master’s wagon and the wheel damaged my foot. I am able…

The Cross as Seen by Artists and Pastors

“It’s still the Cross, It’s still the blood of Calvary; That cleanses sins, And sets the captives free. It’s still the name, The name of Jesus, That has power to…

The “Not So” Newlywed Game!

From B: Yvonne and I always look forward to the annual Singing At Sea Cruise every year.  It’s a “working” cruise for me but that cruise gives us a chance…

Pikes’ Point: Blessed are the pure in heart

Seeing the crowds, he went up on the mountain, and when he sat down, his disciples came to him. And he opened his mouth and taught them, saying: Blessed are…

Home For Christmas

By Lynn Mills Colored lights line the roof outside. In front of the living room window the silhouette of a pine tree fills the area with its bristly branches weighed…

A Pastor’s Ponderings

In Rev. 3:16, Jesus is speaking to the Laodicean church and He says, “Because you are lukewarm, I will spew you out of my mouth.” (my paraphrase) I was reading earlier…

Pastor’s Ponderings

I’m taking this from Hebrews 13:5-6:“Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, ‘Never will I leave you; never will…

Spotlight on The Dysart Family

  Southern Gospel fans find family groups irresistible. There is just no topping that special family harmony, camaraderie and love that floods the auditorium when a family group steps onstage.…

Pikes’ Point – The Beatitudes

Be sure to look back to the earlier devotional to catch up if you are a new addition. We’re in Matthew Chapter 5, studying the Beatitudes. Seeing the crowds, he went up…