Life Is Everywhere 

In his book Life With a Capital L, author Matt Heard (also a speaker at this year’s Wilberforce Weekend) describes a famous oil painting by Russian artist Nikolai Yaroshenko:   “Five diverse prisoners—a soldier, a worker, a peasant, a mother and a child—are huddled together, peering through the barred window of a halted prison railcar… READ MORE > … More Life Is Everywhere 

Passing On the Faith: Good News and Bad News

What a parent does plays as essential a role in their child’s spiritual outcomes as what they say. “Human beings look separate because you see them walking about separately,” wrote C.S. Lewis in Mere Christianity. But “if you could see humanity spread out in time, as God sees it, it would look like one single growing thing-rather like … More Passing On the Faith: Good News and Bad News

Devotional Thought for Today – 12/27/2021

. Today we will look at The Omnipotence Of God is one of three main terms we use to describe God’s attributes or characteristics. The other two are omniscience and omnipresence. Wester’s 1828 Dictionary gives us this definition of Omnipotence: n. [L. omnipotens; omnis, all, and potens, powerful.] 1. Almighty power; unlimited or infinite power; … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/27/2021

Devotional thought for Today – 12/22/2021

EPHESIANS 1 CONTEXT: Here we have Paul’s letter to the Church at Ephesus. It was apparently during Paul’s second missionary journey ( around A.D. 52), that Paul visited Ephesus, and planted the church there (Acts 18:19). He returned and spent considerable time there during his third missionary journey (around A.D. 54-56). Matthew Henry breaks down … More Devotional thought for Today – 12/22/2021