Monthly Archives: August 2013

Three Dollars of God Please

I came across this poem recently – I think I saw it in a book by Charles Swindoll but could not find it there for the life of me so looked it up on the Net – and wanted to share it with you this morning as the basis of what we should talk about. […]

Consider Others Better Than Yourselves

What do Oprah Winfrey and Jase Robertson of Duck Dynasty have in common? If you’ve been keeping up with the news you know that both recently were judged based on their looks – Oprah allegedly being denied the opportunity to purchase an expensive bag in a shop in Sweden because being black the shop keep […]

What If You’re God’s Champion?

One of my favorite books in scripture is the book of Job (pronounced with a long O like toad). It is thought to be the oldest book of the Bible written somewhere between 2000-1800 B.C. – roughly 4,000 years ago. It deals with man’s greatest question in the world – human suffering. I think I […]

Liar Liar

I love statistics. I know; figures lie and liars figure and that’s what makes these figures so cool – they’re about lying! According to a book called The Day America Told the Truth: 91 percent of Americans admitted they lie on a regular basis 86 percent of Americans admitted they lie to their parents 75 […]

Loving More Understanding Less

I’m teaching from Andy Stanley’s It’s Personal series in our Sunday morning adult class and Andy was hitting on something pretty profound this week. It’s Personal is a series for non-Christians who may be seeking to learn more about the faith or for those brand new to the faith trying to figure it out. Andy […]