Word games, board games, tag, tennis, softball, football, these and more are all games this writer grew up playing. Along with a host of other types of games, checkers, chess, and a domino game called 42 or Texas 42, as it was originally created in that state.
The first month of 2018 has come and gone. Many of you may have made some decisions to change your behavior in some way. Hopefully, those decisions were made to improve your life. Whether it was an attempt to make changes for physical well being or spiritual, the first month is gone. So, how did you do? Are you maintaining the choices you made?
Social media is great; except when it’s not. There’s Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, YouTube, and all the new apps that have been developed since I wrote this article! They’re everywhere and we have access to them all the time. Computers, tablets, smart phones, smart watches. Sometimes we don’t use these smart devices very smartly.
God expects (demands) His faithful followers to worship Him. The Scriptures are emphatic in the faithful child of God reflecting their love and loyalty by coming together with the saints, to worship on the first day of the week. While attendance at worship services is NOT the only measuring stick of ones spirituality, it certainly is one spiritual barometer.
“Actions speak louder than words.” This phrase has been used for many years. It speaks to the fact that one can say anything. But as another cliche says, the proof is in the pudding. If one’s actions do not correspond to what one says, then that person is deemed a less than honest person, a hypocrite. What do your actions say about you? Are the things you profess matching the way you conduct your life?
Lord willing, Monday morning around seven o’clock, a group of four people will embark on a trip to India. The state of Ahdra Pradesh and the town of Kakinada is our final destination. From there we will visit as many villages and congregations of the Lord’s church as possible.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Welcome to the first Sunday of 2018! I hope that you are well on your way to starting it off right! This time of year many people make resolutions. They want to save money or lose weight. They want to stop bad habits, or start good ones. This is all well and […]
Last week I wrote an article for the bulletin, but decided to replace it with Adam Faughn’s. His was needed and to the point. Today I submit my original article, a week late, but still worth the read.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Shortly before His return to the Father, the Lord Jesus Christ gave a commandment to all those who would be His. This is not something that is given as an arbitrary thing but one that all Christians should take to heart, in other words, take very seriously.