Last month I had the privilege of spending a weekend with our Jr. High and High School students at KSM Winter Camp. We spent our time in God’s word focused on...Keep Reading
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Who Were They? Was it the Pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620? No. Was it John Smith in Jamestown, Virginia in 1607? No. Was it the Lost Colony of Roanoke in North Carolina in 1587?...
By the time of the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church had, ironically, moved from being the persecuted to being the persecutor of evangelical faith...
By the time of the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church was attempting to insulate itself against any and all movements that called for Scriptural reform...
By the time of the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church had prohibited the translation of the Bible into the vernacular (the language of the people). Ostensibly, the prohibition and condemnation of Bible translation...
In a world that is changing at an increasingly rapid pace there are plenty of things to worry about. For those of us that struggle with the sin of worry, God’s word gives us an abundant supply of...Keep Reading
Think about this: Like most of you, at one point or another, you have noticed a courtesy sign posted on some of our outside doors during the worship service. From the outside looking in...Keep Reading
It was a joy to see two new biblical counselors certified by the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC)...Keep Reading
What a joy it was to baptize twenty believers in Christ on Sunday, September 11th. Each of these believers gave clear testimonies of their faith in Christ and their understanding of the gospel. We rejoice in God’s work in saving sinners for His glory. Join us in celebrating the greatness of salvation and encouraging each of these believers in their walk with Christ. ...Keep Reading
As a pastor, it is my privilege to officiate at a number of weddings. These are always special occasions which are filled with joy. One of my favorite parts of the wedding ceremony is when the bride is presented to the groom. It is always an encouragement to...Keep Reading
Hidden towards the backs of our Bibles are these small books that don’t often receive much of our attention. For the past few weeks, I’ve had the privilege of studying one such book: 2 John. The Second Epistle of John is written to encourage believers to...Keep Reading
Psalm 51 - So many things come to mind when I read through this chapter of God's Holy Scripture. It describes, what I believe, the way a believer lives his life; realizing that...Keep Reading
People say they don’t like reading the genealogies of Scripture. Reading page after page of “Asa begat Josaphat” doesn’t seem to...Keep Reading
Well, it's night time here in Argentina and we are all worn out from our first day of ministry here. To begin, it has been a complete joy to...Keep Reading