Devotional Thought for Today – 04/011/2022

In this past Wednesday’s devotional, our main text came from 1 John 3:16, with the theme of, we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. The above quote from George Whitefield echoes that sentiment with a twist. Here it is being applied directly to Chaplains, Elders, Ministers, Pastors, those who serve the church. … More Devotional Thought for Today – 04/011/2022

Revivals led to founding of Universities; the enduring influence of preachers like Jonathan Edwards

American Minute with Bill Federer As I read this, we hope you will too :), the thing noted is that revivals usually took place via open air public preaching. With all the restrictions in place, especially on Christians, today I wonder how a modern revival would look? Religious revivals have a long history of preaching out of … More Revivals led to founding of Universities; the enduring influence of preachers like Jonathan Edwards

Sunday Sermon Series – The First Promise

Protoevangelium is the combining word of two Greek words, protos meaning “first” and evangelion meaning “good news” or “gospel”. Genesis 3:15 is commonly referred to as the first mention of the good news of salvation in the Bible and is therefore called the Protoevangelium. The first promise Genesis 3:15 is like the first small spring … More Sunday Sermon Series – The First Promise

Sunday Sermon Series – Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Luke 2:13-14 HISTORY  When Charles Wesley wrote this carol in 1739, he had no idea it would become famous. He first named it “Hark, how all the welkin ring,” welkin being an archaic English term for the heavens. When George Whitefield published it in 1753, he changed the first line to read, “Hark! The herald … More Sunday Sermon Series – Hark! The Herald Angels Sing