After 2 years in prison in Caesarea, Paul realizes that these Jews want his blood, and they won’t stop after he is released. What does he do? He exercises his rights as a Roman citizen. He says, “I appeal unto Caesar,” Acts 25:11. As a Roman citizen, he uses his citizenship to further the Gospel. As […]
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Humble Beginnings From the early days of meeting in the Upper Merion Middle School until now, our singular desire as a church is to honor the Lord Jesus Christ by fulfilling the Great Commission and giving glory to God. 18 folks are in our church today who were with us over 33 years ago in […]
A Tribute to Mothers Mother’s Day is a reminder to everyone to say “Thank You” to God and to the wonderful ladies for the life we so enjoy. Without God (and Mom) we would not even exist. If your mom is no longer with you, take a moment to thank God for her and say a word before […]
Here is my list of 12 Lessons from 2020. I am sure you can add to the list and even jot down what God is already teaching you in 2021. We can experience God’s peace as we seek to walk with Him each day this year! If there are events you cannot attend at your […]
If there is a God, why is He letting this happen? Well, first of all, the evidence all around us indicates that God does exist. Intelligent design is undeniable! God created us in His image which includes emotion, will, and intellect. What that means is – we have a “free will” to do what we […]
Is Baptism for Me? When I was 15 my dad was saved from a life of alcohol addiction and he took us to church where I became a Christian. That Christmas we were at my grandma’s farm and my brother Steve informed me that my parents had invited the new pastor to come over to […]
God’s love story for us isn’t just a Hallmark movie – it’s better. He only asks that we hand the pen to Him. Valentine’s Day is celebrated in our family for several reasons. My wife and I share cards and she makes the family a special gourmet breakfast… because it is also my birthday. My […]
It all started because of a gospel tract left at a service station. The story begins on a hot summer day in 1975. God answered my mom’s prayers and my dad was wonderfully saved from a life of alcohol addiction. After having the car serviced, my mother picked up a Fairfax Baptist Temple tract from […]
As you look at your life, what are some days in your life that you would consider calling them “Glorious Days.” If a student, would it be the day you graduated high school or college? If single, would it be the day you fell in love with your soul mate? If married, would it be […]
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